General Topic: “Written Assignments and Dissertations in

Distance Learning within the TESOL Context”


RPLTL is seeking manuscripts for a Special Issue that aims at presenting a comprehensive account of the role and impact of written assignments and dissertations in distance learning, as seen in the context of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. The manuscripts should be within the remit of one of four general topics, presented below. The Special Issue is going to be published in two separate volumes, 10/1 and 10/2, in 2019. 


Authors interested in submitting a manuscript should send (by 15/4/2017 at the very latest):


a) an extended abstract (of between 300 and 500 words, excluding references) and

b) a list of 3-6 keywords that describe their intended paper

to the guest editors of the corresponding Section. For more detailed information on Section topics and the deadlines for all the phases of the submission, reviewing and publication process, please see below.


Read more: RPLTL Volume 10 (Special Issue) - Call for Papers