Online Language Teaching Research: Pedagogical, Academic and Institutional Issues
CALL FOR PAPERS
The editors invite submissions of original, research-based scholarship for a peer-reviewed volume on online language teaching. Submissions may focus on any aspect related to the development and implementation of online language curricula and the application of new computer-based technologies to language teaching.
The goal is to gather a collection of innovative, unpublished research that highlights current research on the topic, and can be one of the key references in the field for years to come. The editors are particularly interested in scholarship that makes clear connections between empirical research in the cyber or hybrid classroom and larger philosophical issues in language teaching and learning with clear implications for future directions in the field.
Topics: Contributions may focus on language learning in higher education, the K-12 curriculum or alternative non-academic environments (cf. below), and may either deal exclusively with online learning or compare online and non-online environments.
Abstracts Due December 1st, 2013
View the full call for papers at http://linguistlist.org/issues/24/24-3263.html