Sunday, November 7, 2010

Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal

The deadline for submissions for the December 2010 issue of SiSAL Journal (Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal) (ISSN 2185-3762)is fast approaching.

SiSAL is a peer-reviewed, quarterly, online journal that features articles, summaries, perspectives, works in progress, reviews and reports related to self-access learning and out-of-class support for students.

SiSAL started life as a modest project at a university in Japan, but due to expressed interest from colleagues in the field, SiSAL has now been launched as an
international publication.

The first two issues (full text) can viewed at The June 2010 issue has the general theme of "principles and practices" and the September issue features articles related to "materials and activities" and includes contributions from Brian Tomlinson, Lucy Cooker and Richard Pemberton.

The editorial team is now accepting submissions for upcoming issues. The December issue will have the theme "motivation and beliefs" and the March 2011 issue is related to "skills development and practice".

Feel free to send other self-access related articles for consideration in future themed or general issues. We are particularly interested in receiving reviews,
summaries and reports. See the website for more details.

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