The conveners of the AILA (Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée – International Association of Applied Linguistics) Research Network Learner Autonomy (AILA-ReNLA) will edit a special on Autonomy in the time of complexity in a changing world which was the theme of the 2021 symposium held in August 2021 as part of the AILA Word Congress. The special issue will be published in June 2022 and edited by Kerstin Dofs, Diego Mideros and Andy Gao.
Deadline: February 1, 2022.
The editors are interested in receiving articles from all three sub-themes of the AILA ReNLA 2021 symposium:
- Learner agency and identity in a changing world.
- Teacher autonomy and professional development in the time of complexity.
- Learning in the classroom and beyond, advising, self-access, and e-learning.
For this special issue, we welcome articles of up to 5000 words
When preparing your manuscript, please use British English or American English (be consistent) and follow APA 7 style guidelines. Please anonymise your manuscript before submission. Please format your paper following the guidelines on this sample formatted paper. Papers should be submitted via Scholastica. Indicate that the submission is for the special issue