7.0244 Call for Manuscripts: TESL-EJ (1/85)

Mon, 18 Oct 1993 10:07:06 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0244. Monday, 18 Oct 1993.

Date: Mon, 11 Oct 93 13:46:21 JST
From: trobb@ksuics.kyoto-su.ac.jp (Thomas Robb)
Subject: TESL-EJ: Now Accepting Manuscripts

***********************CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS*******************

TESL-EJ is a refereed electronic journal publishing articles in
the research and practice of the teaching of English as a second
or foreign language. TESL-EJ welcomes, for quarterly publication,
studies in ESL/EFL pedagogy, second language acquisition,
language assessment, applied socio- and psycholinguistics, and
other related areas. The first issue will appear in the spring of

TESL-EJ accepts full length articles (include an abstract of no
more than 150 words) and solicited and unsolicited reviews of
books and other media. The Forum, a vehicle for discussion of
topics of interest, also invites contributions. Query the
appropriate editor for more information.

Submissions should conform generally to the American
Psychological Association (3rd Edition) format. Please obtain a
copy of the full formatting procedures before submitting (see the
bottom of this message). All initial submissions must be in
"hard" ASCII (ASCII plus hard returns) text files preferably sent
by e-mail to the appropriate editor.

Those without e-mail access may submit their manuscripts on a
1.4MB 3.5inch diskette in either MS-DOS or Macintosh format.
The editors reserve the right to return poorly edited or
improperly formatted manuscripts. Hard-copy only submissions
cannot be accepted or returned.

Correspondence and submissions should be directed to the
following persons at the e-mail or postal addresses (for
diskette submissions only) shown below:

Full-length articles: Maggi Sokolik, Editor, TESL-EJ
& general <msokolik@uclink.berkeley.edu>
correspondence or <sokolik@well.sf.ca.us>

Book reviews: Suzanne Irujo, Book Review Editor,

Media reviews: Michael Feldman, Media Review Editor,

Forum and Discussion: Janet Sutherland, Forum Editor, TESL-EJ

<sutherland@vax1.informatik-fh.regensburg.d400.de> or

Maggi Sokolik Suzanne Irujo
College Writing Programs School of Education
Univ. of California 605 Commonwealth Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94720 USA Boston University
phone: +1 510.642.5570 Boston, MA 02215 USA
fax: +1 510.642.6963 phone: +1 617-353-6294
fax: +1 617-353-3924

Michael Feldman Janet Sutherland
19 Ware St #7 Fachbereich f.
Cambridge, MA 02138 USA Allgemeinwissenschaften
phone: +1 617-492-3916 Fachhochschule Regensburg
fax: +1 617-353-6195 Pruefeningerstr. 58
93049 Regensburg

Internet subscribers can get complete style guidelines from the
file teslej.style, available by anonymous ftp at
archive.umich.edu. The directory path is

TESL-L subscribers can send a request to LISTSERV@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU
(bitnet LISTSERV@CUNYVM.BITNET) with the message

All others should contact the Editor.

Subscription information for TESL-EJ will be available soon.