I received a welcome legitimate solicitation for paper submissions from a journal this morning and wanted to share:
||The Journal of Asia TEFL is waiting for your papers.
||Dear Asia TEFL Members,
As many of you are aware, the association publishes a quarterly journal, The Journal of Asia TEFL, and this is to encourage you to consider contributing to the journal. The submission deadline for each issue is as follows:
Spring- October 31
Summer – January 31
Fall – April 30
Winter – July 31
We accept articles and book reviews that are concerned with EFL/ESL in Asian contexts. While we encourage scholars from all regions of Asia to contribute to the journal, we would particularly welcome submissions from distinguished scholars from South Asia,. The length of an article should be between 5000 and 8000 words and that of a book review, between 500 and 800. Submissions should be made at the journal website (http://journal.asiatefl.org/), and any inquiries regarding submissions and the journal should be sent to the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. No fees or paid membership is required for submission. We publish online only, with no print issues.
Our journal is SCOPUS-indexed and has been accepted for coverage in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI, http://wokinfo.com/products_tools/multidisciplinary/esci/). It is currently going through the SSCI and AHCI journal selection process.
Andy Kirkpatrick, Editor in Chief
||Copyright(c) 2003 AsiaTEFL.org All rights reserved.
Professional and Academic English is seeking submissions. I had a really positive experience as an author when I contributed an article on my Medical English classes in 2012. Here’s their call:
Professional and Academic English is a peer-reviewed journal of the IATEFL English for Specific Purposes Special Interest Group (ESP SIG). We now seek articles, conference reports and book reviews for Issue 47 (publication: Spring 2016). Relevant information is available on: https://goo.gl/ZWoMVC
Two specimen recent issues can be accessed on:
Issue 44: https://goo.gl/cKKnKL
Issue 45: https://goo.gl/KokJVt
ELTED Journal, English Language Teacher Education and Development, has as call for papers for a special issue on the theme of Innovative writing in English language teacher education and development out, with an extended deadline of October 31. It looks to be a great opportunity for language teachers interested in sharing their experience of their professional practice that doesn’t fit into the format of the more traditional research paper. I can attest that John Adamson and I had a great experience when we submitted a paper to the journal in 2008.
This is an interesting looking call for papers that came through on one of the mailing lists I’m subscribed to.
Englishes in Practice (open access)
Englishes in Practice is the title of the working papers of the Centre for Global Englishes, University of Southampton, UK. It provides a forum for both members of the Centre and other scholars to present research and explore matters related to global users and uses of Englishes, including English as a lingua franca (ELF). The journal welcomes submissions which report empirical findings or which discuss theoretical, conceptual or methodological aspects of relevance to the field.
The journal is quarterly and the first two issues are available here: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/eip
Please contact me for further information or to submit an article.
Englishes in Practice
Centre for Global Englishes
University of Southampton
Englishes in Practice: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/eip
Centre for Global Englishes: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/cge/
Just arrived in my inbox today:
ESP Today – Journal of English for Specific Purposes at Tertiary Level (http://esptodayjournal.org/) is an online-only open access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high-quality research papers covering all areas of English for Specific Purposes in the context of tertiary education. The Journal is aimed at ESP researchers, scholars and practitioners worldwide.
ESP Today is published by the joint efforts of the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, the main publisher, and the Faculty of Philology, the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade, and the Serbian Association for the Study of English (SASE).
ESP Today comes out biannually and welcomes submissions of previously unpublished research papers on a variety of topics taking a broadly defined tertiary-level ESP perspective.
We invite you to submit a paper related to your research interest in the field of ESP at tertiary level and contribute not only to high quality of ESP Today and its recognition within the international ESP community, but also to the academic exchange of views which will make this journal a forum for further ESP upgrading.
All contributions should be submitted to one of the following e-mail addresses:
Nadežda Silaški, Editor-in-Chief email@example.com
Tatjana Đurović, Associate Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
Biljana Radić-Bojanić, Associate Editor email@example.com
I met Naeema at the English Scholars Beyond Borders 2014 Conference in Izmir, Turkey. The journal she describes below looks like it could be of interest to a number of teachers and researchers in TEFL/TESL.
I am writing with information about a journal aimed at ESOL, ESL, EAL and Community Language practitioners and researchers. Language Issues is NATECLA’s part peer reviewed journal for language teaching professionals. It explores the area between academic research and classroom practice, discussing teaching, training, management and research into ESOL and community languages. Language Issues looks at broad issues and big ideas as well as particular learning and teaching contexts and is an invaluable resource for teachers, students, researchers and policy makers. NATECLA is the National Association of Teachers of English and Community Languages. For more information please see http://www.natecla.org.uk/content/566/Language-Issues-The-ESOL-journal
With best wishes,
The Newcastle and Northumbria Working Papers in Linguistics seems a friendly, largely postgraduate run journal work considering submitting a paper to. Their call for papers can be found here.
This post is courtesy of The Linguist List.
The Taiwan Journal of TESOL looks like an interesting place to potentially submit work for publication. Details of a call for papers from them follows.
Taiwan Journal of TESOL
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Taiwan Journal of TESOL is an international journal dedicated to the publication of research papers on TESOL and welcomes contributions in all areas of the study of teaching English to speakers of other languages. Review articles of books on TESOL and informal book announcements are also welcome. Taiwan Journal of TESOL publishes one volume per year, with a Spring issue and a Fall issue. Contributions may be submitted from all countries and are accepted all year round. The language of publication is English. Manuscripts simultaneously submitted to other publications cannot be accepted. All contributors must sign Taiwan Journal of TESOL Contributor's Declaration. Once the manuscript is accepted for publication, contributors must sign Copyright License Agreement for NCCU Scholarly Journals Online in order for the manuscript to be included in databases designated by Taiwan Journal of TESOL.
Notes for contributors
E-mail submissions are accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org and hardcopy submissions should be sent, in triplicate with a soft copy on disk, to:
Editors, Taiwan Journal of TESOL
The Department of English
National Chengchi University
Wenshan, Taipei City 11605
All submissions must be double-spaced and on standard-size paper. All figures are to be camera ready (i.e., laser-printed or professionally drawn). Tables and figures adapted or reprinted from other sources require permission from the publisher of the original source. The target length for submissions is 50 pages all inclusive, preferably limited to 8,500 words.
This looks like an interesting call for papers for those looking for a place to submit their work.
Applied Language Learning
CALL FOR PAPERS
Applied Language Learning, a refereed journal published semiannually by the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center and Presidio of Monterey, is soliciting articles for publication.
The Journal (US ISSN 1041-679X and ISSN 1041-6791 for the online version) is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on instructional methods and techniques, curriculum and materials development, assessment of needs within the profession, testing and evaluation, and implications and applications of research from related fields such as linguistics, education, communications, psychology, and the social sciences. The journal seeks to serve the professional interest of language teachers, administrators, and researchers concerned with the teaching of foreign languages to adult learners. Articles that describe innovative and successful practice and methods and/or report educational research or experimentation are welcome.
Submitted manuscripts should be prepared according to the latest edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA). The manuscripts should be
- Within 5,000 words (excluding references, charts, notes, etc.)
- Submitted electronically via email attached as a MS Word document
- Double-line spaced throughout, including notes, references, and tables, with margins of one inch on all four sides, using 10 or 12-point Times New Roman font
- Accompanied by a 150-200 word abstract and a cover sheet containing the manuscript title, name, address, telephone numbers, email address, and full names and institutions of each author. (Because the manuscript will be blind reviewed, identifying information should be on the cover sheet only, and not appear in the manuscript)
- Check past issues of the journal at http://www.dliflc.edu/publications.aspx, which have detailed information on manuscript preparation
Contact Details for Submission: All manuscripts should be electronically submitted to the Editor. Go to http://www.dliflc.edu/index.html, click on Contact Us, use the drop-down menu, and select Academic Journal.
Deadline: Submissions are welcome at any point. Manuscripts received by 31 January will be considered for the Spring issue and by 31 July for the Fall issue of the journal.
This looks like a promising call for papers for those interested in TBLT.
TESL CANADA JOURNAL
Revue TESL du Canada
Call for Papers
Special Issue of TESL Canada Journal, Fall 2014
Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning
Guest Editor: William Dunn, PhD
In this themed issue, we aim to bring together papers representing various perspectives on Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning. We welcome contributions on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:
- Using tasks in classroom settings (K-12, post-secondary, adult education)
- TBLT and teacher preparation
- Task-based assessment
- Cognitive perspectives on tasks and their role in language learning
- Sociocultural aspects of using tasks
- TBLT and educational technology
- Links between TBLT and Content-Based Instruction
- TBLT and culture
We encourage a broad range of theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods. We welcome submissions from researchers and specialists around the world, but all papers should adhere to the journal’s mandate by demonstrating relevance for the teaching or learning of English as a second language in Canada.
Manuscripts should be sent as an email attachment directed to the Journal‘s email address (email@example.com). The TESL Canada Journal Submission Form should be sent as a separate attachment, along with the manuscript. To review author guidelines, please visit the TESL Canada website: http://www.tesl.ca/publications/tesl-canada-journal/
Manuscripts are due April 30, 2014.