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Studies in Chinese Learning and Teaching

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The online journal Studies in Chinese Learning and Teaching (SCLT) ,汉语习得与教学研究 , ISSN 2334-2684 is now calling for manuscript submission. Here is the web link:
http://mlrc.hss.cmu.edu/sclt/Manu.html

Studies in Chinese Learning and Teaching (SCLT) is a free open-access journal that publishes pedagogical reports and research papers in the field of Chinese learning and teaching. SCLT also publishes critical reviews of books and software that contribute to Chinese pedagogy, and student work in their Chinese classes (e.g., essays and calligraphy). In addition, SCLT serves as a forum for Chinese learners, educators and program administrators to exchange thoughts on all aspects of Chinese education. SCLT welcomes the following five types of manuscripts:

1) Pedagogical reports (in Chinese or English)
2) Research papers (in Chinese or English)
3) Reviews of books and software (in Chinese or English)
4) Forum entries (in Chinese or English)
5) Student work (in Chinese or English)

All manuscripts should include a coversheet with the name and contact information of the contributor(s). Students should also include the name and contact information of their advisor(s). Pedagogical reports and research papers should include another page with the title of the paper and abstracts written in both English and Chinese (300 words in each language, single-spaced). Manuscripts and cover sheets should be submitted through sclt-submission@lists.andrew.cmu.edu.

All articles published in SCLT will be peer-reviewed. The first issue will be released in October, 2014.

For more detailed information about each type of manuscript, please refer to the manuscript author guide at http://mlrc.hss.cmu.edu/sclt/Manu.html

For any questions regarding SCLT, please contact us at sclt-info@lists.andrew.cmu.edu


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