PLL3 Conference Collection
Stretching Boundaries. Papers from the third International Psychology of Language Learning conference, Tokyo, Japan 7-10 June, 2018. International Association of the Psychology of Language Learning (IAPLL).
Edited by, Jo Mynard and Imelda Brady
You are warmly invited to submit a summary paper for the PLL3 Conference Collection. The purpose of this collection is to develop the impact of the psychology of language learning by bringing together the various papers presented at the event in one volume. This will allow us to document and disseminate our work, and provide an easy way to allow others to refer to it and build upon it.
The PLL3 Conference Collection will initially be published as an ebook and available as a free download. A print copy of the book will also be available at a reasonable cost at a later date (with a discount for IAPLL members).
All presenters (of plenary papers, regular papers, posters, symposia, work in progress, and presentations in the early career showcase) are encouraged to submit a summary paper of their presentations in no more than 1000 words (including references). The papers should include the main points of the paper and may include some figures and tables. The titles and contents should be as close as possible to the original presentation content. Symposium papers may be compiled and submitted as one longer joint manuscript (allowing up to 1000 words per paper included in the collection) edited by the convener. Alternatively, symposium papers may be submitted as separate papers (but not both).
Please note that papers exceeding 1000 words will not be published. Manuscripts must be formatted according to the style guide (based on APA) and must be proofread carefully before submission.
The contributing authors retain copyright of the article and may re-publish elsewhere.
Deadline for submissions; September 1st, 2018
Expected publication: November, 2018
Submit your document and image files to: https://goo.gl/forms/AbeMi8cxpgtvBLgG3
If you are unable to access Google or are having problems, you may submit your files as email attachments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Issue of SiSAL Journal. The Psychology of Language Learning Beyond the Classroom. Selected papers from the 2018 Psychology of Language Learning Conference, Tokyo
SiSAL Journal will publish a special issue on selected papers from the Psychology of Language Learning Conference 3 in March 2019 (Volume 10, Issue 1) edited by Jo Mynard and David McLoughlin.
Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal (SiSAL) is an open access, peer-reviewed, quarterly publication for those interested in the field of self-access language learning and supporting language learning beyond the classroom. The articles reflect the ongoing contributions to the field and are aimed at international researchers and practitioners.
PLL3 addressed a wide range of topics relating to psychology in language learning, such as:
- language learners as people and their various individual characteristics, including self-concept, motivation, identities, beliefs, agency, and emotions
- the dynamics of the learning process and interaction with others
- context and the psychology of language learning
- innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to research
- practical classroom applications
This special issue of SiSAL Journal may include a focus on any of these aspects, but should make explicit reference to supporting learners outside the classroom. We invite the following:
- Research papers (around 5000 words)
- Good practice papers which are less research-focused and emphasize how language learners are supported psychologically outside the classroom (around 3500 words)
- Work in progress papers (ideal for early career researchers) (around 2000 words)
- Conference reviews of PLL3 (around 2000 words)
Deadlines and publication information
- Deadline for submissions: November 1, 2018
- Confirmation of provisional acceptance: November 30, 2018
- Peer review process: December 2018 to January 2019
- Final preparation of manuscripts: January to February 2019
- Publication: March 2019
Please follow the journal style guidelines and submit your manuscript as an e-mail attachment to the editors at: Editor@sisaljournal.org by November 1, 2018.
If you are interested in joining the editorial or review teams, please get in touch.
Only papers presented at PLL3 will be eligible for inclusion in this special issue (with the exception of conference reviews). Other papers on the theme of psychology of language learning beyond the classroom could be submitted for consideration for a general issue of SiSAL Journal.