Special offer available between 1 July and 30 September 2023: JESLA is offering fee-waivers to one corresponding author of each accepted paper that is submitted to JESLA between 1 July and 30 September 2023 (https://www.euroslajournal.org/). Fee waivers will be valid for one EuroSLA conference place within two years of paper acceptance. Any queries about submission … Continue reading JESLA special offer: publish in JESLA go to EUROSLA for free!
As part of the EuroSLA early career webinar on Post-PhD opportunities, Luke Plonsky spoke on the topic of Marketing and Branding your(academic)self. Watch the video of Luke’s talk here
We are pleased to announce the latest JESLA paper: Roehr-Brackin, K., Loaiza, V., & Pavlekovic, R. (2023). Language learning aptitude in older adults. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 7(1), 1–15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.93 JESLA (The Journal of the European Second Language Association) is open for submission all year round, and publishes all work as open … Continue reading New JESLA paper, March 2023
Registration and on-campus accommodation booking for EuroSLA 32 are now open. All details here: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/…/eurosla-32/index.aspx
We are holding our next free social webinar for Early Career Researchers on February 24, 2022 at 1000-1130 UK time (click link to convert to your local time) on the topic of ‘What comes next after a PhD?‘ This will be a chance for ECRs (which includes, of course, post-grad students) to catch up with each other, … Continue reading EuroSLA Early Career Webinar on Post-PhD Opportunities (Feb 24)
Please check the extended deadlines below: To commemorate the legacy of Vivian Cook, founder of EuroSLA, we have launched a Special Issue Call for JESLA at our conference at Fribourg in August 2022. This Special Issue calls for an interdisciplinary range of papers that are grounded in a specific aspect of Vivian’s contributions to second … Continue reading Deadline extended for the JESLA special issue
The submission deadline for #EuroSLA32 abstracts has been extended to Sunday, 12 February 2023. Please visit the conference website for the call for proposals.
Following our successful ECR Webinar, Clare Wright (EuroSLA President) and Matthew Pattemore (Executive Committee ECR representative) have written up a summary on how to write a really good conference abstract. Read it here: Webinar on abstracts for Early Career Researchers Dec 2022
Thomas, A., & Mitchell, R. (2022). Can variation in input explain variation in typical spoken target-language features during study abroad? Journal of the European Second Language Association, 6(1), 60–77. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.91
How to write a (really) good conference abstract Dear EuroSLA member, EuroSLA is holding a free social webinar for Early Career Researchers on December 9, 2022 at 1000-1130 UK time (click link to convert to your local time). This will be a chance for ECRs (which includes, of course, post-grad students) to catch up at the end of the … Continue reading Free webinar for EuroSLA ECRs, 9 December 2022