Volume X, Fall 2004 Special Issue: Assessment of Study Abroad Learning Contributors From the Editor Brian Whalen Introduction Michael J. Vande Berg I. Second Language Acquisition Abroad A Comparison of Spanish Second Language Acquisition in Two Different Learning Contexts: Study Abroad and the Domestic Classroom Norman Segalowitz, Barbara Freed, Joe Collentine, Barbara Lafford, Nicole Lazar, & Manuel Díaz-Campos Assessing Development of Meta-Pragmatic Awareness in Study Abroad Celeste Kinginger and Kathleen Farrell “Hindsight is 20/20:” Student Perceptions of Language Learning and the Study Abroad Experience Vija G. Mendelson II. Accounting for Learning Across Several Domains The GLOSSARI Project: Initial Findings from a System-Wide Research Initiative on Study Abroad Learning Outcomes Richard C. Sutton and Donald L. Rubin Assessing the Impact of Study Abroad on Student Learning at Michigan State University Edward C. Ingraham and Debra L. Peterson The Georgetown University Consortium Project: A Report from the Halfway Mark Michael J. Vande Berg, Al Balkcum, Mark Scheid, & Brian J. Whalen III. Non-Traditional Students and Programs The Impact of Study Abroad on Business Students’ Career Goals Tammy Orahood, Larisa Kruze, & Denise Easley Pearson A Qualitative Approach to the Assessment of International Service-Learning Humphrey Tonkin and Diego Quiroga IV. The Impact of Program Duration More Is Better: The Impact of Study Abroad Program Duration Mary M. Dwyer Large-Scale Assessment of Student Attitudes after a Short-Term Study Abroad Program Lisa Chieffo and Lesa Griffiths Intercultural Learning Assessment: The Link between Program Duration and the Development of Intercultural Sensitivity Adriana Medina–López–Portillo V. Assessing Curricular Interventions Does Study Abroad Grading Motivate Students? Stevan Trooboff, William Cressey, & Susan Monty Assessing Language Acquisition and Intercultural Sensitivity Development in Relation to Study Abroad Program Design Lilli Engle and John Engle Multi-Level Assessment of Program Outcomes: Assessing a Nontraditional Study Abroad Program in the Engineering Disciplines David DiBiasio and Natalie A. Mello Assessing the Impact of a Strategies-Based Curriculum on Language and Culture Learning Abroad R. Michael Paige, Andrew D. Cohen, & Rachel L. Shively Book Reviews Journal: Sirena Colin Ireland To order a print copy of this volume, please write to email@example.com.