Hello, ESPers worldwide!
As many of you know, the TESOL ESP IS and the IATEFL ESP SIG have been collaborating in a number of ways, including online discussions, speaker exchanges, and publishing opportunities. In this regard, I am pleased to announce that we have recently received the following announcement from Mark Krzanowski (Editor-in-Chief, ESP SIG Journal: Professional and Academic English). I think that we are very fortunate to have this opportunity to publish in our field, and I encourage you to take advantage of it!
All the best,
IATEFL ESP SIG Call for Articles – Issue 42
Professional and Academic English is a peer-reviewed journal published bi-annually by the IATEFL English for Specific Purposes Special Interest Group (ESP SIG), and sponsored by Garnet Education. The journal publishes articles from researchers and practitioners working in the field of academic, professional or occupational English in various contexts and disciplines. These articles range from research-based work to personal experience of experimenting or implementing an ESP course. A sample past issue in PDF format can be viewed on (please note that you may have to copy and paste the address):
Currently the ESP SIG is collecting articles for Issue 42 to be published in late Autumn 2013. If you have any article in the areas mentioned above and would like your contribution to be considered for publication in the Winter/Spring issue of the Journal, please send an email to email@example.com by Friday 26 July with your attachment(s). Please retrieve all the necessary information about our templates and key requirements from the Dropbox link below:
Please ensure that the heading of your email says ESP SIG Journal – Issue 42 – Article Submission for Consideration. The deadline for submission is 26 July 2013. The word limit for a research-based article is between 4,000 to 5,000 words. We also publish short articles (2,500 – 3000 words) that report or reflect on your experience of teaching/ running an ESP course which may focus on aspects such as assessment, course design and students’ experience of the course.
ESP SIG are also looking for short conference reports (circa 600-800 words) with 2 to 4 labelled photographs – if you would like to submit one, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 26 July 2013 with a heading ESP SIG Journal – Issue 42 – Conference Report.
Book reviews (between 400 to 500 words) are also welcomed – please send a relevant ESP or EAP book review to the same email address (the same deadline applies) with a heading ESP SIG Journal – Issue 42 – Book Review. All attachments for the three types of publications mentioned above need to be sent in WORD format.
You do not have to be a member of IATEFL in order to submit your article. When you submit your article, please include your email address, and institutional affiliation (if applicable) as well.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Mark Krzanowski (Editor-in-Chief)
On behalf of ESP SIG Journal: Professional and Academic English Editorial Team