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Important Announcement: Introduction of Article Processing Charges (APC) for RSELTL

27.04.2024

We wish to inform all contributors to the Research Studies in English Language Teaching and Learning (RSELTL) journal of a significant update regarding our publication fees. Starting from May 2024, RSELTL will introduce an Article Processing Charge (APC) of £320 for all articles accepted for publication from that point onwards.

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Vol. 2 No. 3 (2024): Issue 3
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Research Studies in English Language Teaching and Learning (RSELTL) is an academic publication dedicated to exploring and disseminating innovative approaches, research findings, and practical insights in the field of English language teaching (ELT) across the world. The journal aims to provide a forum for ELT practitioners, scholars, researchers, and policy makers to share their experiences, ideas, and perspectives on various aspects of ELT.

The scope of RSELTL is broad and inclusive, covering various topics related to ELT, including but not limited to:

  • Cognitive and Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching: Explores the intersection of cognitive processes, linguistic theory, and practical teaching approaches, underpinning the methodologies, approaches, and techniques in English language teaching.
  • Innovative Teaching Methodologies: Highlights novel teaching approaches, including technology-enhanced, student-centred learning, and the integration of digital tools in ELT, reflecting the broad spectrum of English teaching methodologies.
  • Language Acquisition and Development: Covers studies on first, second, and foreign language acquisition, incorporating theories of second language acquisition with a focus on English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and English as a Second Language (ESL).
  • Curriculum Design and Development: Focuses on the strategies for planning, implementing, and evaluating English language curricula, including curriculum and syllabus design and its evaluation.
  • Assessment and Evaluation in ELT: Examines both traditional and innovative assessment methods, their impact on language education, and the development of English language proficiency standards and frameworks.
  • Teacher Education and Professional Development: Investigates the spectrum of pre-service and in-service teacher education, development, and professionalization, including critical language pedagogy and the promotion of social justice in ELT.
  • Multilingualism, Multiculturalism, and Diversity in ELT: Studies the effects of cultural and linguistic diversity on English language teaching, addressing multilingualism, multiculturalism, and intercultural competence development.
  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and Academic Purposes (EAP): Dedicated to the specialised fields of ESP and EAP, including curriculum design and teaching methodologies tailored to specific professional or academic needs.
  • English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) and World Englishes: Explores the global role of English, its variations, and its use across the world, alongside the implications for teaching, learning, and cross-cultural communication.
  • Language Policy and Planning: Analyses the formation and impact of language policies on English teaching and learning, including their implications at local, national, and international levels.
  • Use of Technology in ELT: Investigates how technology and online environments enhance language teaching and learning, embracing the use of digital innovations in the classroom.
  • Cross-Cultural Communication and Intercultural Competence Development: Focuses on the skills required for effective cross-cultural communication, the development of intercultural competence among learners, and its importance in globalised contexts.
  • Translation Studies in Language Teaching: Looks at the role of translation in language learning, supporting linguistic competence, cultural understanding, and bilingualism, bridging language and cultural divides.

RSELTL welcomes original research articles, literature reviews, book reviews, case studies, and practical reports related to ELT. The journal employs a double-blind peer-review process to ensure the quality and rigor of its published articles. RSELTL also supports open access to scholarly publications, making its articles freely available to readers worldwide.

RSELTL is an important publication for ELT scholars, practitioners, and researchers worldwide, providing a platform for the dissemination of innovative ideas and research findings that can help improve the quality of ELT practices and policies across the world.

How to get your paper published in RSELTL


Here are some steps you can follow to increase your chances of getting your paper published in the Research Studies in English Language Teaching and Learning journal:

  1. Read previous publications: Before submitting your paper, read through previous publications in the journal to get an idea of the types of articles that are typically published. This will help you ensure that your paper is a good fit for the journal.
  2. Follow the submission guidelines: Make sure to carefully read the submission guidelines on the journal's website. This will give you an idea of the journal's requirements, including formatting, length, and style guidelines.
  3. Prepare your paper: Follow the guidelines for formatting, length, and style to prepare your paper. Make sure to proofread and edit your paper thoroughly before submitting it.
  4. Write a cover letter: Along with your paper, you should also include a cover letter that briefly introduces your paper and highlights its significance and contribution to the field of English language teaching and learning.
  5. Submit your paper: Once your paper is ready, submit it through the journal's online submission system. Be patient as the review process can take some time.
  6. Respond to reviewers' comments: If your paper is accepted for publication, you may be asked to make revisions based on feedback from the reviewers. Make sure to carefully address each comment and resubmit your paper in a timely manner.

By following these steps, you can increase your chances of getting your paper published in the Research Studies in English Language Teaching and Learning journal.

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