The 5th Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (DRAL 5)


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Partnered with English in Southeast Asia (ESEA) and the Education, Languages, and Internationalisation Network (ELINET), the School of Liberal Arts (SoLA) at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) is proud and ecstatic to invite aspiring scholars to the 5th Doing Research in Applied Linguistics International Conference, held next fall from September 5 to 7, 2024.

Tackling a diverse range of topics from applied linguistics to intercultural competence and to language planning and policies, the conference is a premier platform for like-minded researchers to come together, learn and discuss key issues in each area.

Submit your abstract today! Deadline for abstract submission is on 30 April, 2024. For registration details and other information regarding the event, please feel free to visit our conference website.

NTUST: 2024 International Conference on ALLT


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Organized by the Department of Applied Foreign Languages at National Taiwan University of Science & Technology (NTUST), the 2024 International Conference on Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching (ALLT) will be welcoming linguistic and ELT scholars this spring to their campus in Taiwan, from 19 to 20 April, 2024.

With a theme centered on "Re-visiting and Re-imagining Multi-modalities, Multi-literacies, and Multi-pedagogies in ELT", participate in complex and insightful conversations with a renowned cast of experts from across the world who will be delivering keynote addresses at the event.

Submit your abstract today or before 1 November, 2023! For more information and other details regarding the event, please visit their conference webpage or email your enquiries to

AUA International Academic Conference 2023


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Hosted by Universiti Malaya in conjunction with Asian Universities Alliance, the AUA International Academic Conference on Corpus Linguistics in 2023 focuses on "New Trends in Language and Linguistic Studies" and can be attended online from 24 to 25 November, 2023.

Featuring keynote speakers from across the globe such as Prof. Paul Baker, Prof. Mona Baker, Prof. Elvind Engebretsen and Wmatrix workshop leader Prof. Paul Rayson, join a roster of brilliant and eager individuals as they convene together on innovative approaches, emerging theories and novel applications in corpus linguistics.

Register for free via Google today! Visit their official website for more information and updates.

Fulbright: 2024 Thai Visiting Scholar Program (TVS)


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To all seasoned Thai national lecturers and researches (with at least 10 years of experience), Fulbright is currently offering grants to applicants who are interested in a 3- to 6-month academic visit to any major university or research institution in the United States!

For those interested in their Thai Visiting Scholar Program, apply online today via their official website or find out more by emailing your enquiries to Deadline for applications closes on 31 October, 2023.

CULI International Conference 2023


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With a renewed focus on "ELT in the New Era: From Basic to Higher Education", Chulalongkorn University Language Institute (CULI) is keen to announce that they will be hosting their annual international conference online (via Zoom) this fall, from 23 to 25 November, 2023.

Featuring renowned plenary speakers such as Richard Donato (University of Pittsburgh), Lucilla Lopriore (Roma Tre University) and Chulalongkorn University's own Attapol Thamrongrattanarit, join us online and convene together on contemporary strategies and teaching-related issues across all pillars of education.

Submit your abstract by 15 October, 2023. For registration details and other information regarding the event, please visit their conference webpage or email your enquiries to


AILA World Congress 2024 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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Celebrating 60 years of "Linguistic Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Sustainability", the Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée (AILA) is ecstatic to announce that their 21st World Congress will take place exactly a year from now in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 11 to 16 August, 2024.

Deadlines have even been extended for those interested in hosting a workshop/symposium or presenting their work at the renowned conference until 30 September, 2023. With keynote speakers flying in from all over the world, this is an excellent opportunity to garner expert-level insights on key issues in applied linguistics on a global scale. 

Visit their official website today to register, submit your abstract or look up other details regarding the event such as their list of sub-themes. For more information, please email your enquiries to

Call for Book Reviews 2023


To our prospective authors, research and academic articles are not the only items we specialize in at rEFLections. For the uninitiated, our journal also includes a book review each issue that critiques a recently published book on EFL or applied linguistics for the benefit of our readers.

So, if you are interested in publishing with us, book reviews are a decent alternative for you. Book reviews are also shorter (800 - 1000 words) and more concise. However, please keep in mind that the recency of the book reviewed should not be more than five years old (Preferable: Less than two years). Submit one today!

For guidelines on writing a book review, this post from last year may be helpful for you.

For sample book reviews, feel free to consult past entries of previous issues of the journal here.

For submissions and enquiries, please contact Howard Lim (Book Review Editor) at

TAAL 1st International Conference 2023


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We are excited to announce that the Thai Association of Applied Linguistics (TAAL) will be hosting their first ever international conference this November at Burapha University in Chonburi, Thailand.

With a theme centered on "Applied Linguistics and Society: Opportunities for Real-World Impacts", this is a great opportunity for scholars in applied linguistics to expand their circle by presenting at this conference with other like-minded and renowned individuals from Thailand and around the world.

Submit your abstract today! Deadline for abstract submission is on July 31, 2023. For registration details and other information regarding the event, please visit their conference webpage or email your enquiries to

FLLT Conference 2023: Call for Papers


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Hosted in a special collaboration with Microsoft, the Language Institute of Thammasat University is proud to present the Foreign Language Learning & Teaching Conference 2023, held at Microsoft Headquarters in Thailand from June 9 to 10, 2023.

With a focus on "Empowering English-Language Learners and Teachers with Innovative Technology", the conference also features keynote speakers from all across Asia-Pacific, including Thailand's own Prof. Dr. Jintavee Khlaisang from Chulalongkorn University.

For those interested in presenting their papers at this conference, the period for abstract submission is still open until April 30, 2023. For more details or information regarding the event, please head over to their ZipEvent page or click on the title of this post.

Situation Update at rEFLections


To all current and future authors, we are currently processing an unusually high number of submissions at rEFLections. Due to this sudden influx, we kindly ask for your patience and understanding as we work through your manuscripts as fast as we can. Your work is as important to us as it is to you and we are doing our best to make sure that each manuscript is receiving the attention it deserves.


For authors who are interested in publishing with us, please note that the waiting time has exponentially increased since the influx. We would like to inform all future authors that if  a submission is being received now, it may take approximately 8 - 12 months for the entire publication process to reach its finality (though this may be shorter depending on the quality of the manuscript). We solemnly apologize for the great deal of inconvenience this might cause, but we believe transparency with our authors should always come first.


Thank you very much for your continued patience and from all of us here at rEFLections, we wish you the best of luck in your publishing efforts.

We are Moving Back to ThaiJo


To all current and future authors, please note that we will no longer be using Editorial Manager (EM) from March 31st, 2023 onwards. Instead, we will be moving back to ThaiJo for all submissions, reviews and editing, starting from today (as of March 1st, 2023).


For our current authors whose work is still being processed in EM, you will be sent emails shortly updating you on the next steps to take. For new authors, simply register for an account on this website and you may begin your submission process right away. Keep in mind that there is no longer a need to email our chief editor for a preliminary assessment. We will process your manuscripts directly from ThaiJo.


Some of you may remember using ThaiJo previously. While there have been a few back-end improvements, the workings of the system largely remain the same. However, if there are any problems or enquiries regarding ThaiJo, please do not hesitate to email Mr. Howard Lim. Thank you and we wish you the best of luck.

Plagiarism & Using AI-Generated Text: A Research Integrity Workshop


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Headed by King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi's (KMUTT) very own Assoc. Prof. Dr. Richard Watson Todd, this upcoming online workshop on research integrity focuses on plagiarism and new paradigms in research brought on by the rise of use of AI-generated text.

Held on March 16, 2023 from 9 to 12 PM (GMT 7+) and with 480 seats available, be sure to register online for the workshop by March 10, 2023! For more information, please contact Mr. Keerati Pinijsattawong or visit our website.

New Submission Protocol for rEFLections 2023


Previously, prior to making an online submission via our system, authors were required to first email their manuscripts to our chief editor for a preliminary assessment. We are keen to announce that from Vol. 30 (No. 1) onwards, this will no longer be mandatory. Instead, from 2023 onwards, authors can now proceed straight to making an online submission without emailing any editor.


With that said, we will also be migrating to a new system with different guidelines and a more streamlined structure. So, stay tuned for an update on navigating the new system as we make this lengthy transition. Thank you for your support and attention. We wish you all happy holidays.

TBLT 10th International Conference: Call for Papers


Held at Khon Kaen University from 19 to 21 June 2023, the 10th international conference on Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) will feature plenary talks, a conference dinner, doctoral workshops and a Thai-Isan cultural tour among other events, all centered on the theme "Resilience & Innovation".

Scholars and researchers all over the world are welcome to submit articles addressing a variety of topics ranging from (but not limited to) technology-mediated TBLT to TBLT vis-à-vis global Englishes.

Period for abstract submission is open from now until 31st January 2023. For more submission details, please head on over to their conference website or register directly via ConfTool.

TAAL Webinar: 'The Languaging Curriculum'


Presented by the Thai Association of Applied Linguistics (TAAL), 'The Languaging Curriculum' webinar aims to demonstrate how principles of languaging may be applied in educational courses at the tertiary level.

Join renowned researcher Assoc. Prof. Dr. Richard Watson Todd and his associate Mr. Ronnakrit Rangsarittikun in this webinar as they discuss the innovative curriculum via Zoom on December 1, 2022 from 10 AM to 12 PM (GMT 7+). Register now via Google!

'Building a Generation of Readers' - A Free Virtual Seminar


Hosted in conjunction with Australian Aid and Read to Learn Plus+, Prince of Songkla University (Pattani Campus) is excited to invite all English teachers and students to a webinar focused on 'Applying Extensive Reading to Boost English Reading Literacy' among students.

Featuring Prof Dr. Rob Waring from Notre Dame Seishin University (Japan) and Dr. Paul Goldberg (Founder of Xreading), the Zoom seminar will be free to join next Saturday on November 19, 2022 from 9 AM to 4 PM (GMT 7+). Register now via their Google link!

LETS International Conference 2023 in Shanghai, China


Focusing on the theme "Diversities & Voices in Language Education & Thai Studies", Thammasat University's Faculty of Liberal Arts is proud to host, in collaboration with other partner institutions, the Language Education & Thai Studies International Conference 2023 (LETS 2023), welcoming all Thai and foreign researchers to present their work, concepts and theories at Shanghai's own Super Brand Mall next year from 12 to 13 September 2023.

Various topics include (but not limited to) translanguaging, intercultural communication, innovative pedagogy, translation studies, and diversity across language learning and teaching. Abstracts or full-text articles are currently being accepted from now until December 31, 2022. For submission details and more information, please visit their conference website or email your enquiries to

'Train the Trainers' - A Free Teaching Workshop


Organized by the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Mahidol University (MULA) and supported by the Regional English Language Office (RELO) of the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok, 'Train the Trainers: Teaching English to Students with Hearing Impairment' offers free training sessions and teaching practicums for Thai teachers interested in developing English teaching materials and activities for students with hearing disabilities.

Led by Dr. Susan Marie Rumann and other teaching experts from the United States, the program is free of admission and limited to only 18 seats. Participants who complete the program will also receive a certificate from MULA and RELO. Visit this link to apply now for the program (deadline ends on October 10, 2022). For further details, please email your enquiries to

The 42nd Thailand TESOL Intl. Conference 2023: Call for Papers


The Association of English Teachers in Thailand (Thailand TESOL) is proud to announce that they will be hosting their 42nd international conference at The Ambassador Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand next year from 27 to 28 January 2023.

In anticipation of the event, scholars and academics from all over the world are welcome to submit articles addressing a wide array of topics, all based on the theme "ELT for the Future: Navigating the Possibilities".

Deadline period for abstract submission is from 1st August to 30th September 2022. To submit your abstract and for more details, please head on over to their conference website.

'The Languaging Curriculum' - A Free Online Webinar


Join us and our roster of innovative educators on Monday (June 23rd, 2022) as we explore the principles of languaging and how they can be applied in three sample courses for university education. Free admission!

Call for Book Reviews 2022


As rEFLections continues to expand in issues, so comes a growing need for perspective. Hence, we are inviting authors to submit insightful reviews of recent books published in the field of EFL or applied linguistics (at least since 2020). Book reviews should be short and concise, reaching only about 800 – 1000 words each.

Reviews submitted should also provide a constructive critique of the book's content and arguments, and its strengths and limitations, based on the book's intended goal, whilst including important and relevant academic references where possible to support your evaluation.

Ideally, an effective book review should include the following:

  1. - A brief overview of the book's content, purposes and intended audience.
  2. - A critique of the book's content and arguments, highlighting key strengths and weaknesses with references to other work (where possible).
  3. - An overall assessment of the suitability of the book for teachers, educators, students, etc.

All book reviews will be considered for publication based on the quality of the reviewer's critique/evaluation of the book and organization of arguments.

For sample book reviews, feel free to consult past entries of previous issues of the journal here.

For submissions and enquiries, please contact Howard Lim (Book Review Editor) at

ALANZ-ALAA-ALTAANZ 2022 Conference in Wellington City


Organized by Applied Linguistics in Aotearoa New Zealand (ALANZ) in conjunction with Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) and the Association of Language Testing and Assessment Australia and New Zealand (ALTAANZ), the biennial conference is excited in welcoming applied linguists from New Zealand, Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and the rest of the world to share their insights in cool, little Wellington City this November.

For those interested in attending, early-bird registrations will open from April 1st, 2022 until June 30th, 2022. For those interested in submitting their papers, abstracts are being accepted until April 9th, 2022. Visit their conference website for more details (such as keynote speakers, research topics and taxi/shuttle services). Kia ora and enjoy!

rEFLections has been indexed in The Norwegian Register


rEFLections is proud and delighted to announce that the journal has been indexed in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers, often known simply as The Norwegian Register. Operated jointly between Norway's National Board of Scholarly Publishing (NPU) and Norwegian Directorate for Higher Education and Skills, the database contains data on thousands of approved scientific journals, series and publishers, both from Norway and across the world.

We owe our thanks to Thai-Journal Citation Index Center (TCI) and our readers for their continued support, and will continue to uphold the high standard of academic practice and research that has become a staple in this journal.

rEFLections: End-of-Year Update


As the eventful year of 2021 comes to a close, we are sad to announce that Sonthida Keyuravong will be stepping down from her position as chief editor after a remarkable 11-year career of spearheading the journal's progress and development. We express our most beloved thanks for all her years of service and dedication, and wish her nothing but all the best in her future endeavors. The lasting impact she left on the journal will surely be felt for years to come.


Taking over the mantle of leadership, Thanis Tangkitjaroenkun will be serving as our new editor-in-chief from 2022 onwards. An experienced and long-standing editor of the rEFLections committee, we have no doubt that he will continue to uphold our mission of educating our readers on the latest EFL and linguistic insights. As we look forward to the upcoming year with zeal and promise, we would also like to take this chance to thank everyone for their continued support and following.


From everyone here at rEFLections, we wish you all happy holidays and a Happy New Year.

New Screening Measures for Future Submissions


From Vol. 28 (No. 3) onwards, rEFLections will be rolling out new screening measures for all authors interested in submitting their work to the journal. Before registering and making a submission on Editorial Manager (EM; the journal's system), please send your manuscripts to our editor, Thanis Tangkitjaroenkun @ for preliminary assessment.


Once approved, you will then receive an email from our team prompting you to register on EM and submit your manuscript there for further review. If you have any further enquiries regarding this change in our process, please do not hesitate to contact us at or Thank you and wish you the best of luck.

The 4th Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (DRAL 4)


King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi in Bangkok, in association with the Malaysian Association of Applied Linguistics, the Singapore Association for Applied Linguistics and the Thai Association for Applied Linguistics, would like to invite you to participate in the DRAL4 2021 International Conference (VIRTUAL/ONLINE) on 4th September 2021.

Free registration

For general enquiries: Natjiree Jaturapitakkul
For registration: Parichat Muangprakaew
For proposal submission: Richard Watson Todd

More information, please visit here:


Yorkville University (Canada) Special Presentation



Yorkville University (Canada) invites you to a special presentation in Yorkville’s Research and Scholarly Directions Webinar Series! Tune in on Wednesday, 31 March 2021 at 2.00 am as Shahid A. Hassan (Yorkville University) and Hossein Nassaji (University of Victoria) talk on and discuss their topic of Scholarship in Teacher's Assessment Literacy.

Although effective assessment of learners gained salience in recent years, teachers’ language assessment literacy (LAL) has received scant attention in the field. LAL refers to a range of competencies as well as literacies that teachers need to have to conduct language assessment in their curricular practice. As the COVID-19 crisis led to new challenges, assessment practice is no exception. Remote and online teaching during this crisis has further highlighted the significance of LAL for the success and the quality of education. This interactive presentation showcases a Special Issue on LAL in System, an international journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics published by Elsevier (UK).

Email Registration: Jill Cummings, Ph.D. <>
Webinar Link:
Zoom ID: 757 614 5691

Applied Linguistics Graduate Forum 2021


On 27th March 2021, join us in this forum hosted by the Thai Association of Applied Linguistics (TAAL) as we meet and discuss applied linguistics with promising individuals from the field! Don't miss this chance to have an audience with graduate students, researchers and experts of the area from all across Thailand, and receive valuable, constructive feedback from them, completely free of charge!

Register online here:
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TAAL Webinar Series: A Guide to Publishing in Top Journals


On behalf of Thai Association for Applied Linguistics (TAAL), we invite you and members of your orgnaization to a six-part webinar series, "The Ultimate Guide to Publishing Research in Top Journals", which will be held from March 2021 to January 2022. Please see for assorted webinar topics.

These webinars aim to support the development of early/mid-career researchers in Thailand and help them achieve their academic aspirations by publishing their work. In the webinars, our keynote speakers ― Assoc. Prof. Dr. Richard Watson Todd and Dr. Neil Bowen will share their expertise and experience of the best writing practices for authors and the publishing process. Both speakers have had relevant experiences publishing in Q1 SCOPUS for many years. Participants will not only gain the confidence to publish, but also learn the hidden tips and tricks of publishing in reputable internation jounrlas, especially those in Q1.

The first episode of the webinar series begins next Wednesday! Hope to see you there!

Register online here:
Webinar Link:


rEFLections in 2021: Call for Papers


rEFLections is ecstatic to announce that from 2021 onwards, three issues will be published annually. With more room to fill, the journal is now inviting paper submissions of original and significant contributions to the field of EFL and Applied Linguistics.

Research articles, academic articles and book reviews are all welcome throughout the year for consideration. Please refer here for our submission guidelines. Manuscripts submitted should be of original work, and should not already be published or under consideration for publication elsewhere. Authors must also inform the editorial team if the manuscript is based on a paper that has been presented at a conference.

The 1st issue will begin in January and last until April, followed by the 2nd issue (May to August) and 3rd issue (September to December). For further enquiries, please contact Thanis Tangkitjaroenkun at or Saranya Saranchat at

TAAL Awards for Best Research Article & Theses


The Thai Association for Applied Linguistics (TAAL) is pleased to announce their research awards in 3 categories: (i) Best Research Article; (ii) Best Doctoral Thesis; and (iii) Best Masters Thesis. All authors affiliated with Thai universities or other institutions are welcome to make a submission. Theses submitted, however, must be awarded by Thai universities.

Deadline for submission is 31st October 2020. If interested, please fill in and submit the application form to Dr. Lanchukorn Sriwimon ( For further enquiries, please visit TAAL or contact Ms. Saranya Saranchat (


Asia-Pacific LSPPC 6th International Conference: Call for Papers



The Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication (LSPPC) Association is now inviting paper presentations, poster presentations and thematic panels that address any aspect of LSP (Language for Specific Purposes) and research in Professional Communication.

Focusing on the theme of "Multimodality and Beyond: Addressing complexity and emerging needs in LSP", the conference will be held online from 3rd to 5th June 2021.

Deadline for abstract submission is 31st October 2020. For more details, please click on the title of this post or  visit their conference website.

Call for Book Reviews



rEFLections invites reviews of current books in Applied Linguistics or ELT that need to have been published since 2018. Book reviews should be about 800 – 1000 words.

Reviews submitted should provide a constructive critique of the arguments and content of the book, its major strengths and limitations based on the aims of the author including the important academic references related to theory and research in the area to support your argument.

To help you prepare an effective review, it should include:

  1. A brief overview of the content of the book.
  2. An introduction to the purposes of the book and its intended audience.
  3. A critique of the content and the argument of the book (references to other work should be included in the critique).
  4. An assessment of the suitability of the book for teachers, practitioners, students, etc.

All reviews will be considered for publication on the basis of the quality of the overall evaluation of the book and organization of the arguments.

For sample book reviews, please consult current issues of the journal at

For inquiries, please contact Punjaporn Pojanapunya (Book Reviews Editor) at

rEFLections has been accepted for inclusion in the Scopus



rEFLections is very delighted to announce that the journal has been accepted for inclusion in the Scopus abstract and citation database. The editorial team owes this to the dedicated Scopus local board, the Thai-Journal Citation Index Center (TCI), and the TCI-TRF Scopus Collaboration Project for their professional support. We are strongly committed to improve the quality of our journal so as to promote good practices in English language teaching and research.

National Geographic Online Professional Development




National Geographic Learning collaborated with The College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University to deliver a special three-part webinar series called Online Teaching for English Teachers. Drawing on their research and teaching experience, Drs. Joan Kang Shin and Jered Borup from George Mason University shared practical tips for breaking through your screen and engaging your English language students in ways that improve their learning and makes your students feel part of a supportive learning community, even when attending classes online.


BALEAP Conference: Exploring pedagogical approaches in EAP teaching


8th April 2021 - 10th April 2021



English for Academic study at the University of Glasgow is delighted to welcome you to the BALEAP 2021 Conference.

Building on the 2019 Leeds conference theme (the practitioner), we aim to provide a forum to explore pedagogies for teaching EAP in different contexts, at different levels, face to face and online, and for EAP teacher development.

Some of the questions we are hoping to explore include:

  • What does teaching EAP involve and how do we research it?
  • What does it mean to teach EAP in different contexts?
  • Have we got a shared understanding of this, if indeed this is possible?
  • Does EAP have a signature pedagogy?
  • How do we support teachers in their development?
  • How do we enhance and assure quality in EAP teaching?
  • How do our pedagogies inform and respond to current issues in higher education, such as the increasing attention on teaching, transnational education and massification and use of technologies?

The conference will feature pre-conference events including those for the new BALEAP SIGs, distinguished international plenary speakers, panel discussions and symposia, individual paper and poster presentations, workshops, lightening talks, BALEAP’s signature early evening Pecha Kucha session and other informal networking events. We hope you can join us!

Details can be found on the conference website:

AILA Tandem Initiative: Growing the ASEAN Network of Applied Linguistics



The MAAL-SAAL-TAAL initiative aims to intensify networking and collaboration between the Malaysian Association of Applied Linguistics (MAAL), the Singapore Association of Applied Linguistics (SAAL), the Thailand Association of Applied Linguistics (TAAL) – and future partners in the ASEAN region.

MAAL and SAAL have collaborated on a joint initiative since 2013. The associations convened symposia with speakers from each AILA national affiliate to present on a topic of common interest in applied linguistics. In 2018, the new Thailand Association of Applied Linguistics (TAAL) also participated in this activity in Kuala Lumpur where presenters spoke about trends in applied linguistics in their own country.  Subsequently, in 2019, MAAL and SAAL invited the Philippines association to participate as well.

This tandem initiative will continue with another joint symposium with the theme English and Multilingualism: ASEAN perspectives in Manila in December 2020. Representatives from the affiliates will also discuss an AILA ASEAN signature conference that will be hosted in rotation by the different affiliates. The initiative would welcome other ASEAN applied linguistics groups and may hopefully lead to a bigger joint ASEAN network of applied linguistics.

Thai Association for Applied Linguistics (TAAL)



TAAL stands for Thai Association for Applied Linguistics. The organization was established to promote scholarship and research in applied linguistics in Thailand. TAAL is the collaborative work of respectable scholars and researchers from universities across the country and is in partnership with Malaysian Association of Applied Linguistics (MAAL) and Singapore Association for Applied Linguistics (SAAL).

Those interested in the area of applied linguistics can visit TAAL’s official website, for useful resources: research articles published by TAAL members, applied linguistics database, programs of study and discussion forums.