TESOL Journal (TJ) is a refereed, practitioner-oriented electronic journal based on current theory and research in the field of TESOL. TJ is a forum for second and foreign language educators at all levels to engage in the ways that research and theorizing can inform, shape, and ground teaching practices and perspectives. Articles enable an active and vibrant professional dialogue about research- and theory-based practices as well as practice-oriented theorizing and research.
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December 2017 Special Issue of TESOL Journal
Innovations in CALL
Special Issue Editors: Joy Egbert and Seyed Abdollah Shahrokni
Deadline for Submission: March 15, 2017
For this special issue, TJ invites submissions that address innovations in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) aimed at enhancing students’ learning and/ or teachers’ professional development. We are interested in research based on second language acquisition (SLA) and other relevant theories that uses multiple data sources to address current gaps in the literature. More specifically, we are looking for research on effective language practices employing technologies such as interactive whiteboards, immersive environments, mobile devices, massive open online language courses (MOOCs), virtual worlds (VWs), and massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs). Please see the author guidelines for more information about how to format and submit your manuscript.