Computer Assisted Language Learning
Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd
Toronto Press, Journals Division
出版周期：5 issues per year
Online ISSN: 1744-3210
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Submitted articles may focus on CALL and:
• Research Methodologies
• Language Learning and Teaching Methods
• Language Testing Systems and Models
• The Four Skills
• Language Courseware Design
• Language Courseware Development
• Curriculum Integration
• Teacher Training
• Intelligent Tutoring
• New Technologies
• The Sociocultural Context
• Learning Management Systems
All submissions should be made online at the Computer Assisted language Learning ScholarOne Manuscripts Site (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ncal ). New users should first create an account. Once logged on to the site, submissions should be made via the Author Centre. Online user guides and access to a helpdesk are available on this website.
Only papers that comply with all criteria will be forwarded to reviewers. In order to avoid immediate rejection, authors should:
• Double-check length, language and style (see guidelines below) scrupulously. Make sure their submission has been completely anonymized.
• Bear in mind that Computer Assisted Language Learning is an interdisciplinary and intercontinental Journal.
• Avoid gratuitous statements or a vague and broad introduction, as the readership of the Computer Assisted Language Learning consists of advanced researchers.
• Apply a clear structure in terms of introduction, rationale, objective, research design, methodology, activity report (data gathering), conclusions and directions for future research.
• Show their knowledge of the CALL field by presenting a complete and up-to-date status quaestionis of relevant literature, and therefore add the required references to CALL-related Journals, and to Computer Assisted Language Learning in particular.
Papers should normally be around 5000 words in length, but longer or shorter articles will be considered depending on the quality of their content.
• The journal will accept only papers submitted in English. Manuscripts should meet high academic standards.
• Contributors need to remember that they are writing for an international audience. National colloquialisms and idiomatic use of language should be avoided, and gender-neutral language used.
• For non-English speakers: a native English speaker—preferably with experience in academic writing—should read the article before submission.
• Before submitting your paper: check on consistency of spelling (consistent use of American or British English), punctuation and use of abbreviations and improve where necessary.
• Only internationally accepted abbreviations, such as CALL, SLA, AI, are printed without definition. Other abbreviations should be defined at first mention in the text.
• The Editor and Members of the Board would be happy to give support to the authors of articles, to look at early drafts, and to suggest amendments that will facilitate publication. This can be done informally, before formal submission of articles
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