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A magazine on technology integration in the world language classroom.

Language Learning & Technology
A refereed journal for second and foreign language scholars and educators.

ReCALL Journal
The primary focus of ReCALL is the use of technologies for language learning and teaching, including all relevant aspects of research and development. Typical subjects for submissions include theoretical debate on language learning strategies and their influence on courseware design; research and development of practical applications; evaluative studies of courseware used in the teaching and learning process; exploitation and assessment of the potential of technological advances in the delivery of language learning materials; discussions of policy and strategy at institutional and discipline levels. ReCALL aims to appeal to researchers and practitioners in the area of computer-assisted and technology-enhanced language learning, normally but not exclusively operating in universities. It is also of interest to language teachers in secondary and tertiary education who may be considering the introduction of technologies into their teaching practice.

Calico Journal
The CALICO Journal, a thrice-yearly publication, is devoted to the dissemination of research on the use of technology in language learning.

Journal of International Students
This Journal is an academic, interdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed publication. The goal of the Journal is to feature narrative, theoretical and empirically-based research articles, student reflections, and book reviews relevant to international students and their cross-cultural experiences and understanding in higher education.


An online magazine publication on technology integration in the world language classroom:

“The FLTmag is a quarterly practice-oriented online publication dedicated to the field of foreign language technology. Our goal is to provide useful and practical information about technology integration in the classroom such as emerging technologies, interesting books, classroom projects, institutional initiatives, conferences and symposiums and language centers worldwide. We’re hoping to become a public forum promoting engaged and productive discussions around burning issues in the field of language technology in the U.S. and beyond.”