Guidelines paper research

Although IEEE does not require a specific format for their conference articles, IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing provides these optional MS Word and LaTeX templates free for use. If you wish, you may link to this Web page in its entirety. However, we do not recommend that you link to individual files because they may be updated or replaced without notice.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, which provided the current LaTeX template.

Note: Other templates (maintained by trans@) that more closely align with the printed Transactions format are available.

ACTFL is deeply indebted to the many individuals who contributed to the previous editions of the Proficiency Guidelines.
In addition, ACTFL wishes to acknowledge the principal authors and editors of this 3rd Edition of the Proficiency Guidelines: Elvira Swender, Daniel J. Conrad, and Robert Vicars; and the invaluable contributions of the project consultants: Mahdi Alosh, Karen Breiner-Sanders, Ray T. Clifford, Helen Hamlyn, David Hiple, Judith Liskin-Gasparro, Pardee Lowe, Jr., Cynthia Martin, Karl F. Otto, Jr., Benjamin Rifkin, Mildred Rivera-Martinez, and Erwin Tschirner.

Guidelines paper research

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