EUROCALL Association offers 3 publication channels:
- Short 1600-word papers published in the conference proceedings
- Longer (3000 to 5000 words) research & development or reflective practice papers for the EUROCALL Review, and
- Full, 8000-word research papers for the ReCALL journal
Each has a different deadline. See more information below.
EUROCALL 2019 short papers (proceedings)
Authors of all accepted presentations (papers and posters) can send a short paper for publication in the EUROCALL 2019 conference proceedings. Note that only the papers/posters presented at the conference will be eligible for publication.
The short papers will be peer-reviewed and edited; a committee of reviewers selected by the editors will review the documents and rate them according to quality and correctness. Authors may be solicited to review one or two manuscripts. Should you not hear from the editors (Fanny Meunier, Julie Van de Vyver, Linda Bradley, and Sylvie Thouësny) after the conference, email Sylvie (email@example.com) as soon as possible as this probably means that the editors do not have your manuscript.
The publication of the short papers is guaranteed before the end of the current year. Because of the short amount of time between paper submission and publication date, there will be hard deadlines, which authors will have to meet if they want their manuscripts considered for publication.
See the submissions page for more info.
Deadline for submission of short papers:
July 31st 2019 Extended deadline: August 15th 2019
Instructions for short papers (if you are an accepted author and if you have registered for the conference)
- Submit an original contribution not previously published.
- Write no more than 1600 words in total (including title, abstract, keywords, main text, tables, references, acknowledgements).
- Double check your manuscript word count. PLEASE NOTE: when submitted, should your paper exceed 1600 words, your paper will not be eligible for publication in the proceedings).
- Include no more than 4 figures/tables.
- Provide tables (if any) in editable format, not as a screenshot.
- Include permissions to reproduce any copyrighted materials.
- Follow APA style for references (in text and in list).
- Include an acknowledgment section to credit the work of any non-author contributors, and/or funding.
- Appendices, if necessary, will be placed on a separate file and referenced in the manuscript with a link.
- Meet the editors’ deadlines; failure to do so will result in the rejection of your manuscript.
- Use the system to upload your MS Word short paper (PDFs will not be accepted) using your submission id and password.
Please use the EUROCALL 2019 MS Word template.
Estimated time frame
See important dates for more info.
Articles may also be submitted for publication in The EUROCALL Review, EUROCALL’s biannual online publication. Articles submitted to The EUROCALL Review are blind peer-reviewed by members of the Editorial Board. The following publication types are welcome:
- Projects: reports on on-going or completed CALL or CALL-related R&D projects
- Recommended websites/apps: reports and reviews of examples of good practice in language learning website or app development
- Articles: research, reflective-practice or research & development articles relating to CALL and TELL
Full details about submission to The EUROCALL Review and submission deadlines may be found here.
Full-length research articles are invited for ReCALL, the fully-refereed journal published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of EUROCALL. It is issued three times a year in January, May and September and is also available online to subscribers.