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.


Publication Details:
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.

Publisher Information:
Ground Level, 470 St Kilda Road
Melbourne VIC 3004 Australia
Email: journals@castledown.com


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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.

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.

The influence of a group of Chinese EFL teachers’ beliefs on lesson planning with video-based synchronous computer-mediated communication: A qualitative multiple case study

Chuan Liu , Francis Bangou – In recent years, Video-based Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication (VSCMC) has been applied in EFL education for young Chinese learners.

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.

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 Language and Digital Media: Pragmatics Online

Saima Nomaan – Review of Language and Digital Media: Pragmatics Online.

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.

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 Language and Digital Media: Pragmatics Online

Saima Nomaan – Review of Language and Digital Media: Pragmatics Online.

Selected Linguistics Articles

Introducing ICT to teachers of an institution-wide language programme: Principal considerations

Introducing ICT to teachers of an institution-wide language programme: Principal considerations

Christine Leahy - This article sets out to introduce some principal pedagogical considerations which influenced the design and delivery of a teacher training project for an institution-wide language programme.
Benefits of using online student response systems in Japanese EFL classrooms

Benefits of using online student response systems in Japanese EFL classrooms

Cathrine-Mette Mork - Online student response systems (OSRSs) are fast replacing classroom response systems (CRSs), also known as personal or audience response systems or "clickers.
Interculturality as collaborative identity management in language education

Interculturality as collaborative identity management in language education

Claudia Borghetti - Just over ten years ago, Block (2007, p.
Beyond the washback of the  English National Exam on learning: Subsequent impact on language learning strategies of first-year English majors

Beyond the washback of the English National Exam on learning: Subsequent impact on language learning strategies of first-year English majors

Minh Huu Thanh Nguyen - The study aims to investigate washback of the English National Exam (ENE) on learning and how they impacted English language learning strategies of first-year English majors at University of Foreign Language Studies, The University of…
Assessing the use of aids for a computer-mediated task: Taking notes while listening

Assessing the use of aids for a computer-mediated task: Taking notes while listening

Annick Rivens Mompean, Nicolas Guichon - This research aims at understanding the cognitive processes at work, and strategies used by, students of English as a foreign language (EFL) when confronted with a complex task in a multimedia system.
”I Don’t Know” Use and Guessing on the Bilingual Japanese Vocabulary Size Test: Clarifications and Limitations

”I Don’t Know” Use and Guessing on the Bilingual Japanese Vocabulary Size Test: Clarifications and Limitations

Kurtis McDonald, Mayumi Asaba - This paper offers a response to Hutchinson's comments on ourpreliminary report of ''I don't know'' use and guessing on the bilingualJapanese Vocabulary Size Test (VST), which was published in VocabularyLearning and Instruction.
Purpose, outcome, and methodology in computer-assisted language learning publications: A systematic review

Purpose, outcome, and methodology in computer-assisted language learning publications: A systematic review

Somayeh Fathali , Azadeh Emadi - Although CALL is still an emerging area of study in many countries, several studies have shown the significant contribution of these countries to the development of CALL worldwide, among which Iran is not an…