Special Issue on ChatGPT
Call for Papers: Special Issue on Language Learning and Teaching with ChatGPT
Glenn Stockwell, Waseda University
Focus and Scope
Since ChatGPT appeared in November 2022, there has been an enormous amount of hype and concern about its impact on education. ChatGPT is a sophisticated chatbot that incorporates learning techniques which allow it to produce responses to requests for information that are not only informed by vast databases, but also enable the production of text that is often difficult to distinguish from humans. The potential impact on language teaching has also been felt by many, producing those who are willing to embrace ChatGPT and those who are more hesitant. Both of these positions can allow a more balanced view of the ways in which ChatGPT could and should be used as a part of language teaching and learning environments.
The Technology in Language Teaching & Learning journal invites submissions for a special issue on the use of ChatGPT in language learning and teaching. The special issue will focus on the potential of ChatGPT as a tool for language education, as well as the practicalities and concerns of its integration into language classrooms and curriculum.
Potential topics for submission include, but are not limited to:
• The use of ChatGPT in language instruction and assessment, including its impact on student engagement and language proficiency
• The integration of ChatGPT into language curriculum and classroom activities
• The use of ChatGPT in second language acquisition research
• The ethical and privacy considerations of using ChatGPT in language education
• The development of ChatGPT-based language learning resources and materials
• The adoption of ChatGPT in teacher development and course preparation
• Teachers’ and students' perceptions of ChatGPT for language education
We welcome submissions from researchers, educators, and practitioners in the fields of language learning, language teaching, and technology-enhanced language education from all parts of the world.
1 Empirical Research Paper (6000-8000 words)
2 Discussion Paper or Theoretical Paper (4000-6000 words)
Submissions should be original and not previously published. For more information on the submission process and guidelines, please visit the journal website:
Technology in Language Teaching & Learning is an open access journal, and all articles are immediately available on publication. There are no fees to submit to or to publish in this journal.
Abstracts should be approximately 300 words and should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to contact the guest editor at the above address should you have any questions about the issue.
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: March 15, 2023
Manuscript Submission Deadline: August 31, 2023
1st round Review Notification: October 31, 2023
1st round Revision Submission Due Date: December 31, 2023
2nd round Review Notification: February 15, 2024
2nd round Revision Submission Due Date: March 15, 2024
Final Acceptance Notification: March 31, 2024
Estimated Publication Date: April 2024