Peer-Reviewed Articles: Authors Guidelines

The peer-reviewed articles are a new type of FLTMAG publication. We are looking for rigorous action research articles written for somebody who does not have a research background.


We will use a double-blind review, which means that author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. Your article will be assigned to two reviewers who will decide whether you paper is Accepted with Major Revisions, Accepted with Minor Revisions, or Rejected. We might also offer to publish your submission as a non-peer reviewed FLTMAG article or feature article.


The FLTMAG follows the APA style (6th edition)


5000 to 6000 words. Note that this is significantly less than the average academic article which is around 11 000 words.


The magazine welcomes action research articles on a wide variety of topics related to language technology. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Uses of new technologies or novel ways to use existing tools;
  • Online or hybrid language teaching and learning;
  • Language center design, facility, equipment;
  • Policy;
  • Emerging trends in the field;   
  • Professional development;
  • Learning Management Systems
  • Digital Storytelling
  • ADA compliance



The magazine only publishes original content. Every submission is checked for originality.


If you are presenting findings from data you collected, you will be held to same standards as research articles with regards to research rigor (data collection, interpretation of results, etc.) and Institutional Research Review Board (IRB) approval.