Publishing in English-language applied linguistics journals
Pemberi pidato: Profesor Rick Kern
Tanggal: 30, Mei, 2019 – Kamis
Tempat: Ruangan Triumph, Pusat Konferensi, Kampus Hongkou
Summary: In this presentation I will talk about my experience working with three major applied linguistics journals: The Modern Language Journal, L2 Journal, and Language Learning & Technology. I will describe the submission and review process, how editors and reviewers evaluate manuscripts, what kinds of problems make a manuscript unpublishable, and the importance of the revision process. Plentiful time will be allocated for questions from audience members.
Speaker Biography: Rick Kern is Professor of French and Director of the Berkeley Language Center at the University of California at Berkeley. He teaches courses in French linguistics, language, and foreign language pedagogy, and supervises graduate teaching assistants. His research interests include language acquisition, literacy, and relationships between language and technology. He is Associate Editor for Language Learning & Technology and Editor of the Teacher’s Forum section of L2 Journal. Professor Kern has most recently completed Screens and Scenes: Multimodal Communication in Online Intercultural Encounters (Routledge, 2018), co-edited with Christine Develotte, and in 2015 he published Language, Literacy, and Technology (Cambridge UP). Earlier books include Literacy and Language Teaching (Oxford UP) and Network-Based Language Teaching (Cambridge UP) with Mark Warschauer.