First Published: April 2005
Frequency: Three times per year
Aims and Scope:
The JALT CALL Journal is an international refereed journal published by the Japan Association for Language Teaching Computer Assisted Language Learning Special Interest Group (JALT CALL SIG) since April, 2005. The Journal is committed to excellence in research in all areas within the field of Computer Assisted Language Learning, while at the same time offering teaching ideas and suggestions from teachers’ personal experiences. The JALT CALL Journal is published three times a year: April, August and December.
This is an open access journal.
All articles are freely available immediately on publication.
There are no fees for submitting to or publishing in this journal.
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The journal includes full research papers which have an appropriate research method based on themes that are supported by relevant literature. Data collection and analysis methods need to be clearly explained, and discussion of results and implications for the field need to be logical and thorough.
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Recently Published Articles:
Chronicling Indonesian EFL students’ engagement in podcast-based speaking in online learning milieu: A self-determination theory perspective
Khusnul Khotimah, Bambang Yudi Cahyono, Deisyi Anna Batunan
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 December, 2022, Volume 18(3), 335–359.
Digital games and the development of plurilingual competence
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 December, 2022, Volume 18(3), 316–334.
EFL teachers’ perceptions of online community projects in secondary school education
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 December, 2022, Volume 18(3), 360–381.
Feedback precision and learners’ responses: A study into ETS Criterion automated corrective feedback in EFL writing classrooms
Giang Thi Linh Hoang
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 December, 2022, Volume 18(3), 444–467.
Japan university EFL students’ experience, attitudes, and perceived effectiveness of watching gameplay for language-learning purposes
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 December, 2022, Volume 18(3), 412–443.
Technology and the private sector: Language teachers’ perspectives toward technology and the role of CALL training in professional development
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 December, 2022, Volume 18(3), 382–411.
Bridging out-of-school digital literacy through multimodal composition for EFL students with developing proficiency
Dian Marissa, Shazia Hamid
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 July, 2022, Volume 18(2), 185–210.
Peer feedback among learners of English and Arabic as a foreign language in a telecollaborative language learning program
Ahmed Al Khateeb, Mohamed Hassan
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 July, 2022, Volume 18(2), 164–184.
Purpose, outcome, and methodology in computer-assisted language learning publications: A systematic review
Somayeh Fathali, Azadeh Emadi
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 July, 2022, Volume 18(2), 211–237.
Student engagement with computer-mediated teacher written corrective feedback: A case study
Svetlana Koltovskaia, Santosh Mahapatra
The JALT CALL Journal. Published: 28 July, 2022, Volume 18(2), 286–315.
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