Update from the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics (ARAL)
Thursday, December 17, 2015
From Alison Mackey, Editor-in-Chief of ARAL; Kendall King, ARAL Editorial Board member and AAAL Liaison; and Melissa Good, Commissioning Editor for Linguistics Journals, Cambridge University Press.
Volume 35 (2015), Alison’s first as Editor, was unveiled at the 2015 AAAL conference in Toronto. ARAL now has new print size, a re-vamped cover design and an updated internal layout. The print copy was completely redesigned for an up-to-date and fresh new look, reflecting the innovative contents within.
ARAL’s theme for 2016 is Task-based Language Teaching and Learning, and as is the norm, includes contributions from field-leading scholars writing about a wide range of cutting-edge research perspectives on this topic. Members can look forward to papers by Pauline Foster & Jill Wigglesworth; Roger Gilabert Guerrero, Rosa Manchón & Olena Vasylets; Shaofeng Li & Rod Ellis; Michael Long; John Norris; Jenefer Philp; Luke Plonsky; Andrea Revesz; Peter Skehan; Kris Van Den Branden; and Nicole Ziegler.
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