The Journal of Linguistic and Intercultural Education is concerned with all aspects pertaining to linguistic and intercultural education today. Preference is given to articles which bring a significant contribution to current debate in language education policies, instruments and end products, bi- and plurilingualism, language learning/teaching and teacher education, as well as in intercultural and cross-cultural awareness.
Babel is the AFMLTA’s professionally refereed journal – each volume includes three issues. Featuring general and research articles, reviews, and reports about the teaching and learning of languages, and language policy at primary, secondary, and tertiary level, Babel is the only scholarly journal for languages education in Australia. The journal was awarded a B-ranking in the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Ranked Journal List.
The IALLT Journal for Language Learning Technologies is an open-access, peer-reviewed online journal that is published twice annually. It focuses on practice-oriented research, review articles, and columns that address the intersection of technology with the teaching and learning of languages, literatures, and cultures. Often, these articles are written in the form of case study ethnographies, quasi-experimental classroom research or emerging technology reviews.
Solicits and welcomes articles and reviews on research and practice in the fields of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) / computer-managed instruction (CMI) / computer-assisted learning (CAL) / computer-enhanced language learning (CELL) / computer-mediated communication (CMC) in ESL, EFL or other languages. Contributions to second language acquisition and computers, language assessment and computers, applied linguistics and computers, and other related areas are also encouraged.
The International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT) serves as a forum for researchers, teachers, practitioners, and education professionals to discuss and share their ideas, experience, and knowledge in combining computer technology with language teaching and learning. Due to the fast pace of technological change, innovative teaching approaches and strategies should be developed to successfully integrate new technologies into language teaching.
An intercontinental and interdisciplinary journal which leads the field in its dedication to all matters associated with the use of computers in language learning (L1 and L2), teaching and testing. It provides a forum to discuss the discoveries in the field and to exchange experience and information about existing techniques.
Publishes one guest-edited theme issue per year, normally in the fall, and have addressed such topics as Indigenous, Minority, and Heritage Language Education in Canada; Bilingualism in a Plurilingual Canada: Research and Implications; Current Developments in Form-Focused Interaction and L2 Acquisition; French Immersion Education: Benefits for All Learners; Information and Communication Technologies(ICTs) and the Learning and Teaching of Second Languages; Language Assessment; Multilingual Literacies; and Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition.
The editorial mission of The Modern Language Journal is to publish “research and discussion about the learning and teaching of foreign and second languages.” The MLJ is an international refereed journal that is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among researchers and teachers of all modern foreign languages and English as a second language. The journal is particularly committed to publishing high quality work in non-English languages.
Second Language Research is an international peer-reviewed, quarterly journal, publishing original theory-driven research concerned with second (and additional) language acquisition and second language performance. This includes both experimental studies and contributions aimed at exploring conceptual issues.