Our range of open access journals commenced from April 2018, and we are currently receiving manuscripts for all of our titles. Every manuscript submitted to a Castledown journal must go through a rigorous double-blind international peer-review process, and only manuscripts that meet the expectations of the respective editors will be published.

All of our journals have their own independent editorial boards that ensure quality of the articles that are published, and all published issues are submitted for inclusion in recognised indexing agencies. Our titles are already indexed in the MLA International Bibliography, the Directory of Open Access Journals, ERIC, and EBSCO. More information about open access publishing in our journals is available from here.

Languages & Linguistics Journals:

Most Downloaded Articles:

Engagement in PC-based, smartphone-based, and paper-based materials: Learning vocabulary through Chinese Stories
Yijen Wang
Technology in Language Teaching & Learning Published 30 December, 2020, Volume 2(1), 3–21. Download PDF

The effect of mobile-assisted language learning on speaking accuracy of EFL learners
Mahnaz Moayeri, Mohammad Reza Khodareza
Technology in Language Teaching & Learning Published 30 December, 2020, Volume 2(1), 22–35. Download PDF

Insights from replication on the factors affecting task engagement in mobile-based learning activities
Glenn Stockwell
Technology in Language Teaching & Learning Published 28 June, 2019, Volume 1(1), 33–51. Download PDF

Creating translingual teaching resources based on translanguaging grammar rules and pedagogical practices
Corinne A. Seals, Vincent Olsen-Reeder, Russell Pine, Madeline Ash, Cereace Wallace
Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics Published 30 April, 2020, Volume 3(1), 115–132. Download PDF

Engagement with technology: Gaming, immersion and sub-optimal experiences
Alastair Henry, Cecilia Thorsen
Technology in Language Teaching & Learning Published 21 December, 2019, Volume 1(2), 52–67. Download PDF

Errors by Simpson and Dervin (2019) in their description of the Council of Europe’s Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture
Martyn Barrett, Michael Byram
Intercultural Communication Education Published 25 August, 2020, Volume 3(2), 75–95. Download PDF

Future of technology in language teaching and learning
Kasumi Yamazaki
Technology in Language Teaching & Learning Published 8 June, 2019, Volume 1(1), 1–2. Download PDF

"Writing like a health scientist": A translingual approach to teaching text structure in a diverse Australian classroom
Sue Ollerhead, Isobel Crealy, Rebecca Kirk
Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics Published 30 April, 2020, Volume 3(1), 77–90. Download PDF