JESLA is the Journal of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA). It publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed open-access articles in the field of second language research. Its aim is to promote the understanding of second language learning and use, and to stimulate the debate on the bilingual and multilingual individual and society. JESLA publishes one issue per year comprising the best papers from the EUROSLA annual conference.
The European Second Language Association (EUROSLA) is pleased to announce its new annual publication – Journal of the European Second Language Association (JESLA). The Journal replaces the EUROSLA Yearbook. The Journal will continue to publish the best work presented at the EUROSLA annual conferences, and retains the same strict peer-review policies and a quick turnaround time. In addition, the publication is now fully open-access, to maximise the visibility of the published work. The service is free for both readers and authors (platinum access); there are no submission or article processing charges (APC).Submissions are now invited for the 2017 issue, from among the plenary, paper, PhD workshops and poster presenters from the last two EUROSLA conferences, 2015 in Aix-en-Provence and 2016 in Jyväskylä. Papers should be between 7,000 and 8,000 words in length (including citations and referencing), and follow the Authors’ Guidelines set out above. The deadline for submission is Monday 16th January 2017. Please feel free to contact the Editor, Sarah Liszka, if you have any queries.
Posted on 08 Dec 2016More Announcements