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As of 2nd February 2023, all new TEwT submissions will be made through the Scholastica platform.

Submit to Teaching English with Technology

In this era of quickly developing AI-technologies, TEWT announces it intends to focus on publishing more research that is aimed at understanding how using a ‘human with AI’ approach might lead to greater teaching and learning success. TEWT therefore in future will be fast-tracking relevant and well-researched AI-related studies for publication.

TEwT believes firmly that there should be no charges associated with the submission and publication of articles. Moreover, all TEwT-reviewed articles published are free to access. For information on the submission process see below. The word limit is about 7000-8000 words.
The Journal of Teaching English with Technology (TEwT) has implemented a number of changes with regard to maintaining and safeguarding the quality of publishable papers in the increasingly competitive and expanding Language-and-Linguistics journal-ranked Scopus category. From about late 2021 all papers that have been approved by both double-blind reviewers or by any external special-issue reviewers have had to undergo an additional third-blind review to be accepted for publication. In this third review stage, which is undertaken by a group of experienced reviewers, papers are not only assessed according to their academic rigor, but they are also evaluated in line with their potential to meet reader current interests and expectations.
Moreover, by drawing on TEwT Scopus dashboard data, topical and popular research areas with higher citability and dissemination potential are analysed by the editorial team. A Q1-Scopus paper acceptance in TEWT is therefore a significant academic achievement. TEwT screens and rejects approximately 80% of its initial submissions. The second and third stage reviewer rejection rates are lower at about 60-70%. TEwT aims to screen papers within about 4 weeks, and the triple-blind review process may take up to 6-9 months in most cases.
TEwT, however, has been receiving a growing number of submissions as a result of its topical research area and successes as a Scopus Q1 Journal, therefore, additional delays in reviewing occasionally occur. A rejection from TEwT is accompanied by feedback from the various reviewer stages, and this may form the basis on which to help the author(s) reflect and develop their ideas further.

Please submit your article with the Author Declaration Document and the TEwT Submission Checklist,  

Please note the following documents: TEWT Code Of Conduct and TEWT Guidelines

Before you submit your article to TEWT, also make sure it complies with the Scholastica type-setting requirements:

IMPORTANT Anonymisation Requirement: Submit your manuscript file with no identifying information.

For general enquiries, contact both Jarek Krajka and Chris Alexander:

Jarek Krajka
Chris Alexander