Guidelines

ETAS Journal Special Supplement Guidelines

14. ETAS Journal SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT The Special Supplement topic should be agreed with the ETAS Journal Editor-in-Chief and the deadlines verified. The Supplement itself should contain 8 –10 articles. 14.1   Content: The articles should vary in perspective and content and reflect the needs of a large and diverse membership.   14.1.1 Specific…

ETAS Journal Book Review Guidelines

A full book review should be about 500-800 words and should be a constructive appraisal of one book or monograph, or several works. This review is not primarily a summary; rather it is an analytic or critical discussion of a book or article, hence it comments on and evaluates the author’s…

Overview of the ETAS Journal Peer Review Process

As it aims to be a reputable publication in the field of English Language Teaching, ETAS Journal employs a single-blind peer review procedure (reviewers’ identity is kept anonymous) of research-based as well as specialty topics (such as new information and digital technology) articles submitted for publication. Purpose of the Peer-Review…