The FLTMAG is a quarterly practice-oriented online publication dedicated to the field of language technology founded in July 2012. In summer 2018, The FLTMAG became an IALLT publication. Our goal is to provide useful and practical information about technology integration in the classroom such as emerging technologies, interesting books, classroom projects, institutional initiatives, conferences and symposiums and language centers worldwide. We’re hoping to become a public forum promoting engaged and productive discussions around burning issues in the field of language technology in the U.S. and beyond. We welcome submissions on topics related to language teaching and learning and technology, including literature, culture, and film.
The FLTMAG encourages a wide diversity of fact and opinion on the use of technology in language learning. The opinions expressed in The FLTMAG are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the views of the editorial team.
The FLTMAG‘s ISSN: 2689-4025
The FLTMAG is indexed by the MLA International Bibliography.
The following is an example of how to cite an article from The FLTMAG:
Johnshoy, M., & Spasova, S. (2020). To sync or not to sync, that is the question: Choosing between synchronous and asynchronous modes in remote and online language teaching. The FLTMAG (July 2020). https://fltmag.com/synchronous-or-asynchronous/
Johnshoy, Marlene and Shannon Donnally Spasova. “To Sync or Not to Sync, That is the Question: Choosing Between Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes in Remote and Online Language Teaching.” The FLTMAG (July 2020): https://fltmag.com/synchronous-or-asynchronous/
Johnshoy, Marlene, and Shannon Donnally Spasova. “To Sync or Not to Sync, That is the Question: Choosing Between Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes in Remote and Online Language Teaching.” The FLTMAG, July 2020, https://fltmag.com/synchronous-or-asynchronous/. Accessed 26 April 26 2021.