Aims and Scope

The ILTJ is a peer-reviewed Open Source interdisciplinary journal of foreign language teaching innovations established in 2021. The journal provides a forum for high-quality research on foreign and second language teaching. The Journal accepts contributions in English and Turkish. The contributions are expected to reflect new insights in foreign language teaching by exploring the relations between foreign language teaching and related disciplines of applied linguistics, corpus linguistics, ICT, online teaching, digital humanities, teacher education, and literature in language teaching. All contributions are expected to provide clear implications for teaching, learning, and/or research in the language field, be written in standard professional English, adhere to the journal’s author guidelines, and be previously unpublished. There are approximately 8 articles in each of the two issues that are published each year in April and September. 

As a Journal published under the Sekizgen Academy platform, the Innovations in Language Teaching Journal is a member of DOI and crossref.

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The journal welcomes innovative foreign language teaching scholarship on topics such as:

applied linguistics 

educational linguistics

corpus linguistics

data mining

big-data-based instruction

digital humanities 

classroom interaction

discourse analysis

teaching methodology

teacher education

course and syllabus design

language planning and policy

technology in foreign language education

online education 

literature in language teaching

There is no charge for publication in ILTE for the authors. Moreover, there are no submission charges or page charges. All interested readers can also read, download, and/or print open access articles at no cost.