Technology in Language Teaching & Learning

Australian Journals of Applied Linguistics

Editor-in-Chief: Yijen Wang
First Published: 
June 2019
Frequency: 
Twice per year
ISSN: 
2652-1687 (Online)

Aims & Scope:

Technology in Language Teaching and Learning is a peer-reviewed open access international journal, publishing original articles twice per year. The journal accepts manuscripts focusing on all areas of language teaching and/or learning through technology, and research reporting on computer- and mobile-assisted language learning and cultural or intercultural learning, as well as policies, theories and methods of technology integration into language education and other similar or relevant research is welcome.


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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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  • 46 days to submission to accept
  • 13 days from accept to online publication
  • 29% acceptance rate

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The relationship between interaction moves during text-based SCMC and L2 vocabulary learning efficiency

Leander S. Hughes – The present study analyzes the chat data from Hughes (2023) to determine what features of interaction may have contributed to the advantage in L2 learning efficiency.

Guided by theory? An investigation of teachers’ beliefs about TELL and CALL at a university in Japan

Paul Raine – This paper presents a preliminary investigation of the theoretical assumptions of English teachers at a university in Japan.

Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times

Tania Rahman – Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times.

Higher education EFL online success model: An adaptation to the DeLone and McLean IS success model

Abubaker Abdulkarim Alhitty , Tara Fryad Henari – The study addresses the gap between research and practice by assessing the effectiveness of the model in measuring knowledge-sharing and user interaction within the EFL vCoP.

Utilizing digitally mediated warm-up activities for developing intercultural literacy in young EFL students: An exploratory study

Linh Pham – The present study investigates how technology can be used to create intercultural literacy among young EFL students in typical Vietnamese international elementary schools during EFL warm-up activities and discusses the implications for enhancing EFL young learners’ intercultural…

Online teacher written corrective feedback outside of class time: (In)effectiveness and task engagement

Andrew J. Barnes – This study examines a common pedagogical approach whereby students view teacher feedback outside of class time. Facilitated through Moodle, it aimed to investigate not only the effect of written corrective feedback (WCF) on learning outcomes, but…

The relationship between interaction moves during text-based SCMC and L2 vocabulary learning efficiency

Leander S. Hughes – The present study analyzes the chat data from Hughes (2023) to determine what features of interaction may have contributed to the advantage in L2 learning efficiency.

Guided by theory? An investigation of teachers’ beliefs about TELL and CALL at a university in Japan

Paul Raine – This paper presents a preliminary investigation of the theoretical assumptions of English teachers at a university in Japan.

Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times

Tania Rahman – Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times.

Revisiting effective language learning environments for learners in the digital era: A literature review

Nguyen Van My , Vu Thi Hong Van – The purpose of this article is to offer a narrative review of research on effective language learning environments for learners in the digital era.

Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times

Tania Rahman – Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times.

Online teacher written corrective feedback outside of class time: (In)effectiveness and task engagement

Andrew J. Barnes – This study examines a common pedagogical approach whereby students view teacher feedback outside of class time. Facilitated through Moodle, it aimed to investigate not only the effect of written corrective feedback (WCF) on learning outcomes, but…

Utilizing digitally mediated warm-up activities for developing intercultural literacy in young EFL students: An exploratory study

Linh Pham – The present study investigates how technology can be used to create intercultural literacy among young EFL students in typical Vietnamese international elementary schools during EFL warm-up activities and discusses the implications for enhancing EFL young learners’ intercultural…

The relationship between interaction moves during text-based SCMC and L2 vocabulary learning efficiency

Leander S. Hughes – The present study analyzes the chat data from Hughes (2023) to determine what features of interaction may have contributed to the advantage in L2 learning efficiency.

Higher education EFL online success model: An adaptation to the DeLone and McLean IS success model

Abubaker Abdulkarim Alhitty , Tara Fryad Henari – The study addresses the gap between research and practice by assessing the effectiveness of the model in measuring knowledge-sharing and user interaction within the EFL vCoP.

Guided by theory? An investigation of teachers’ beliefs about TELL and CALL at a university in Japan

Paul Raine – This paper presents a preliminary investigation of the theoretical assumptions of English teachers at a university in Japan.

Insights from replication on the factors affecting task engagement in mobile-based learning activities

Glenn Stockwell – Despite the large amount of research that has taken place with mobile devices for language learning over the years, there are still limited conclusions that can be reached as to what contributes to sustained task engagement.

Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times

Tania Rahman – Review of Local Research and Glocal Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Teaching in Changing Times.

Online teacher written corrective feedback outside of class time: (In)effectiveness and task engagement

Andrew J. Barnes – This study examines a common pedagogical approach whereby students view teacher feedback outside of class time. Facilitated through Moodle, it aimed to investigate not only the effect of written corrective feedback (WCF) on learning outcomes, but…

Utilizing digitally mediated warm-up activities for developing intercultural literacy in young EFL students: An exploratory study

Linh Pham – The present study investigates how technology can be used to create intercultural literacy among young EFL students in typical Vietnamese international elementary schools during EFL warm-up activities and discusses the implications for enhancing EFL young learners’ intercultural…

The relationship between interaction moves during text-based SCMC and L2 vocabulary learning efficiency

Leander S. Hughes – The present study analyzes the chat data from Hughes (2023) to determine what features of interaction may have contributed to the advantage in L2 learning efficiency.

Higher education EFL online success model: An adaptation to the DeLone and McLean IS success model

Abubaker Abdulkarim Alhitty , Tara Fryad Henari – The study addresses the gap between research and practice by assessing the effectiveness of the model in measuring knowledge-sharing and user interaction within the EFL vCoP.

Guided by theory? An investigation of teachers’ beliefs about TELL and CALL at a university in Japan

Paul Raine – This paper presents a preliminary investigation of the theoretical assumptions of English teachers at a university in Japan.

Insights from replication on the factors affecting task engagement in mobile-based learning activities

Glenn Stockwell – Despite the large amount of research that has taken place with mobile devices for language learning over the years, there are still limited conclusions that can be reached as to what contributes to sustained task engagement.

Selected Linguistics Articles

The exploration of the functions of technology on English learning and teaching in Chinese colleges

The exploration of the functions of technology on English learning and teaching in Chinese colleges

Chenyang Zhang - Previous studies have proved the significance of technology in language teaching and learning.
Fostering foreign language student teachers’ glocal competence through telecollaboration

Fostering foreign language student teachers’ glocal competence through telecollaboration

Oneil Madden - The interconnectivity of peoples worldwide is sufficient rationale for foreign language learners to develop the relevant competences for intercultural interactions in both local and global--glocalcontexts.
Exploring the data-driven approach to grammar instruction in the ELT context of Turkey

Exploring the data-driven approach to grammar instruction in the ELT context of Turkey

Mustafa Özer , Ali Şükrü Özbay - This study aims at a rediscovery of the extent to which a Data Driven Learning (DDL)-based intervention could become instrumental in facilitating grammar instruction with a specific focus on EAP and learner autonomy…
The evolution of intercultural communicative competence: Conceptualisations, critiques and consequences for 21st century classroom practice

The evolution of intercultural communicative competence: Conceptualisations, critiques and consequences for 21st century classroom practice

Hild Elisabeth Hoff - This article discusses intercultural communicative competence (ICC) as a present-day theoretical and practical concern.
Letter from the 2017 Vocabulary SIG Symposium Organizers

Letter from the 2017 Vocabulary SIG Symposium Organizers

Brandon Kramer, Stuart McLean - Letter from the 2017 Vocabulary SIG Symposium Organizers.
Review of Radical Solutions for Education in a Crisis Context: COVID-19 as an Opportunity for Global Learning

Review of Radical Solutions for Education in a Crisis Context: COVID-19 as an Opportunity for Global Learning

Eunjeong Park - Review of Radical Solutions for Education in a Crisis Context: COVID-19 as an Opportunity for Global Learning.
Edward Hall ahead of his time: Deep culture, intercultural understanding, and embodied cognition

Edward Hall ahead of his time: Deep culture, intercultural understanding, and embodied cognition

Joseph Shaules - This article reflects on current conceptualizations of intercultural understanding by reexamining the ideas of pioneer thinkers Marshall McLuhan and Edward Hall.

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