International Journal of Learner Corpus Research: call for papers

The International Journal of Learner Corpus Research (IJLCR) is a forum
for researchers who collect, annotate, and analyse computer learner
corpora and/or use them to investigate topics in Second Language
Acquisition and linguistic theory in general, inform foreign language
teaching, develop learner-corpus-informed tools (e.g. courseware,
proficiency tests, dictionaries and grammars) or conduct natural
language processing tasks (e.g. annotation, automatic spell- and
grammar-checking , L1 identification). IJLCR aims to highlight the
multidisciplinary and broad scope of practice that characterizes the
field and publishes original research covering methodological,
theoretical and applied work in any area of learner corpus research.

IJLCR features research papers, shorter research notes and reviews of
books, corpora and software tools. The language of the journal is
English. The journal will also publish special issues. All contributions
are peer-reviewed.

IJLCR is now inviting submissions for Vol. 2 No. 1 (to be published in
spring 2016).

For more information, visit the official website of the journal:

Best wishes,
Marcus Callies and Magali Paquot
IJLCR General editors