JLTL, a refereed professional journal, promotes research studies into foreign language teaching and learning by providing a forum specifically for foreign language teaching professionals to share their findings and explore ideas in the field of foreign language teaching.

Journal of Language Teaching and Learning is a biannual scientific journal dedicated to the exploration of original and high-quality research and critical scholarship that helps define and advance inquiry concerned with issues related to language and education. JLTL aims to provide a medium for communication among researchers as well as a channel linking researchers and practitioners. JLTL includes research articles, book reviews, and critical literature reviews. JLTL publishes original refereed contributions including but not limited to the following aspects of foreign language teaching and learning:

Second/Foreign Language Acquisition

Second/Foreign Language Pedagogy

Teacher Education and Development

Language and Technology

Language Assessment and Evaluation

Culture and Language Teaching

Language, Cognition and Brain

Language and Learner Characteristics

Language Planning and Policy

Applied Linguistics

Research Methodology

Reading, Writing, Literacy

The JLTL is abstracted and indexed in ESCI of Thompson Reuters, Web of Science, ERIH Plus, Linguistics Abstracts and Turkish Education Index, to name few, and disseminated officially by EBSCO.  Journal statistics for the last five years are:

11.09 Acceptance Rate

Received 487 articles from 18 different countries in 5 years.

Published 58 articles by 84 authors in 5 Volumes-10 Issues

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