The EUROCALL Review
Aims and scope
The EUROCALL Review is an open access journal published online bi-annually and edited by former EUROCALL President (2005-2011), Ana Gimeno, Associate Professor of English Language in the Department of Applied Linguistics, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain).
Regular sections are:
- Reports on EUROCALL Special Interest Groups: up-to-date information on SIG activities
- Projects: reports on on-going or completed CALL or CALL-related R&D projects
- Recommended websites: reports and reviews of examples of good practice in language learning website development
- Articles: research, reflective-practice or research & development articles relating to CALL and TELL
- Publications: reviews of new books, CALL software, etc.
Articles submitted to The EUROCALL Review are double-blind peer-reviewed by members of the Editorial Board. If you can provide submissions any topic of interest to the CALL community, please send this directly to Ana Gimeno, email email@example.com
Dr. Christine Appel (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, ES)
Dr. Paul Bangs (London City University, UK)
Professor Françoise Blin (Dublin City University, IE)
Dr. Angela Chambers (University of Limerick, IE)
Dr. Thierry Chanier (Université de Clermont 2, FR)
Dr. Jozef Colpaert (University of Antwerp, BE)
Dr. Robert Fischer (Texas State University, USA)
Mr. Anthony Fitzpatrick (Consultant, UK) | Professor John Gillespie (Ulster University, UK) | Dr. Trude Heift (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Dr. Phil Hubbard (Stanford University, USA)
Dr. Kristi Jauregui (University of Utrecht, NL)
Professor Mike Levy (University of Queensland, Australia)
Dr. Peter Liddell (University of Victoria, Canada) | Dr. Robert O’Dowd (Universidad de León, ES)
Dr. Pascual Pérez-Paredes (Universidad de Murcia, ES)
Dr. Joan Tomàs Pujolà (Universitat de Barcelona, ES)
Dr. German Ruiperez (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, ES)
Dr. Bernd Rüschoff (University of Duisburg-Essen, DE
Professor Mathias Schulze (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Dr. Bryan Smith (Arizona State University, USA)
Dr. Peppi Taalas (University of Jyvaskylä, FI)
Dr. Steven Thorne (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Dr. George S. Ypsilandis (Aristotle University, GR)
All of the links below are to PDF versions of the journal, hosted on the EUROCALL central server, and the links in brackets will take you to the online interactive issues hosted by the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia.
Due to the Journal’s interactive features, Vol. 22(1) has been made available in 2 versions to cater for different browser audio requirements. Despite this, the audio files in Ton Koenraad’s article may not be supported by some browser versions.
Guidelines for contributors
Before being reviewed, each submission is first checked for:
- Relevance (i.e. the relationship between technology and language teaching/learning is clearly explicated in the article)
- Originality/substance (i.e. the paper brings something new to the field)
- Indication, where appropriate, of rigorous data collection and analysis
- Bibliography (i.e. up-to-date and relevant to CALL)
- Language: English
- Form (i.e. compliance with manuscript requirements, structure and style appropriate to an academic international publication)
If any of the above is deemed unsatisfactory, the editor will notify the authors that their paper is not suitable for publication at this time.
Interactive features: Due to the Journal’s interactive features, authors may include any type of media they wish in their articles (audio, video, animations,…).
Graphic aides: Tables, figures, photographs, graphics, or other digital files which are necessary for comprehension are encouraged. They should include reference citations. Please include them in the text where they should appear AND provide any graphics separately as high resolution files (.JPG, .PNG, .TIFF, etc.).
Title: The title of the article should be brief and allow readers to identify the topic and content easily.
Author(s): Please provide complete affiliation and e-mails of all authors.
Abstract: Please provide an abstract of approximately 300 words. The abstract should include the scope and intention of the paper, with a concise description of the methodology, supporting theories, general results, and main conclusions.
Keywords. Please provide up to six key words of your choice.
Length: Papers should not exceed 5000 words (including abstract, references and appendices).
References: Authors should follow the rules of APA Style.
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- ERIC (Education Resources Information Center – an internet-based digital library of education research and information sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education.)
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The EUROCALL Review is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
The EUROCALL Review does not have either article submission charges or article processing charges (APCs).