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Three More Top Schools have selected the OWL Test Management System for Language Assessments | OWL Testing Software announced today that the universities of Columbia, Cornell and Yale and are using the OWL Test Management System for their Shared Course Initiative. The Shared Course Initiative is a cooperative learning program coordinated by the language centers at each of the three schools. Instructors participating in this Shared Course Initiative will use the OWL Test Management System (TMS) to manage language assessments for Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL).
The Foreign Language Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice has selected the OWL Enterprise Test Management System for language placement testing.
The Yale University Center for Language Study has Installed the OWL Test Management System for Online Language Assessments in more than 200 Different Languages.
The University of California Riverside Extension selects the OWL Test Management System for International Education Programs
West Virginia University is using the OWL Test Management System to deliver English-Speaking Proficiency Testing
Anecdotal evidence supporting the case for testing as a studying tool has been around for years. However, the subject appears to be gaining momentum as a multitude of studies have been published showing a correlation between testing and learning. Some of these studies look at testing and learning in general and give strong evidence that students who practice retrieving information learn more efficiently than those students who employ elaborate study strategies like memorizing, chapter outlining, and concept diagramming.
Columbia University is now using OWL Testing Software for ESL English Speaking Proficiency Assessments of Incoming Doctoral Students
The College of Staten Island-CUNY is using OWL Testing Software for Language Testing of more than 800 Students
NYU-SCPS chooses OWL Testing Software for Language Proficiency Assessments for Two Programs within its Division of Liberal Studies and Allied Arts