Over the past few months, AAAL has launched two brand new member resources: A List of Funding Sources and the AAAL Guidelines for Publishing in Applied Linguistics! Both resources can be accessed by clicking on the links provided below and selecting the RESOURCES tab on the top menu once you have logged into the AAAL site.
The AAAL Funding Sources is a comprehensive list of available research funding from a variety of sources. To access this resource, go to http://www.aaal.org/page/FundingResources. Check this great resource to see if you can take advantage of any of these opportunities!
As EC Member, Lucy Pickering, introduced in the earlier article on this volume, The American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Guidelines for Publishing in Applied Linguistics are intended as an advisory point of reference, endorsed by AAAL. Applied Linguistics encompasses a broad range of disciplines in which language is involved. We recognize that not every type of publishing venue will be addressed here. Rather, our aim is to offer a set of guidelines that could help graduate students and early-career scholars make publication-related decisions that will aid their professional development. To access this resource, go to http://www.aaal.org/page/PublishingGuidelines.
Be sure to share these resources with your colleagues and students, and encourage them to join AAAL to have access to them!