ITL – International Journal of Applied Linguistics
ITL is a refereed journal that welcomes manuscripts in the broad area of applied linguistics, with a strong preference for contributions relating to language acquisition (second language acquisition and foreign/second language teaching, including computer-assisted learning) and educational linguistics. The journal publishes reports of empirical studies and ground-breaking theoretical articles, and each issue also includes book reviews. The journal is published twice a year by the Department of Linguistics at the K.U.Leuven, the Department of Applied Linguistics of the VLEKHO (Brussels) and the Department of Applied Linguistics of the Lessius Hogeschool (Antwerp). The name ITL refers to the center of applied linguistics at the K.U.Leuven where the journal was originally founded (Instituut voor Toegepaste Linguïstiek). The journal has recently merged with Interface, Journal of Applied Linguistics, formerly published by the Department of Applied Linguistics (VLEKHO, Brussels), and now bears the name ITL International Journal of Applied Linguistics.
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