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Celebrating LSAE’s 5th Anniversary

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It might be hard to believe, but it has already been 5 years since Large-Scale-Assessments in Education is publishing with Springer. Today, we would like to celebrate this wonderful occasion together with all of you. In doing so, we are sharing some milestones to recapitulate and celebrate the past five years. 

And of course, we would like to thank everyone who has made contributions to this journal!

Read the full SpringerOpen blog post by the Editors-in-Chief!

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Large-scale Assessments in Education is fully sponsored the IEA-ETS Research Institute.

IERI is a collaborative effort between the Research & Development Division at ETS and the IEA that focuses on improving the science of large-scale assessments.  IERI undertakes activities around three broad areas of work that include research studies related to the development and implementation of large-scale assessments (research area); professional development and training (training area); and dissemination of research findings and information gathered through large-scale assessments (dissemination area).

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Here you can find recent SpringerOpen blog posts that tell us more about LSAE articles.

Large-scale Assessments in Education’s 5th anniversary

It has already been 5 years since Large-Scale-Assessments in Education first published with Springer. Today, we would like to celebrate this wonderful occasion together with all of you. In doing so, we are sharing some milestones to recapitulate and celebrate the past five years. And of course, we would like to thank everyone who has made contributions to this journal!

Dr Dirk Hastedt & Dr Eugenio Gonzalez 23 July 2018

SpringerOpen Blog

How long is the shadow? The relationships of family background to outcomes in adult life: results from PIAAC

How much do our families influence our lives? Do our families determine how well we do in school, which career we choose, or how much money we make? And if so, how are these advantages and disadvantages transmitted interegerationally? A new study published in Large-scale Assessments in Education attempts to answer these questions.

Henry Braun 13 June 2018

SpringerOpen Blog

Adult Skills in a Rapidly Changing Society

When we think of learning skills that are necessary to navigate society, the first thing that comes to mind may be our school days. But today’s society is changing so rapidly that many of the skills we need for everyday life we never learned in school, and we need to continue learning in order to keep up with the demands of everyday life. A new article collection published in Large-Scale Assessment in Education examines the process, challenges, and assessment of adult learning, and takes a look at the implications this has for larger groups of adult learners, such as migrants.

Dr. Débora B. Maehler 21 Nov 2017

SpringerOpen Blog

The use of social networks associated with increased computer literacy skills in adolescents

It's a widely held view that adolescents spend far too much time communicating with peers on their smartphones. However, new research published in Large-Scale Assessments in Education could help ease parents' concerns as it finds a strong positive relationship between students’ computer and information literacy proficiency levels and the frequency of their use of electronic devices for social communication.

Roberto Garbero 22 Jun 2017

2017 Journal Metrics

  • Speed
    91 days from submission to first decision
    16 days from acceptance to publication

    Usage 
    44,018 downloads

    Social Media Impact
    191 mentions

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