Aims and Scope

Journal of Research in Techno-based Language Education (JRTLE) is an electronic, double blind peer reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to issues associated with the use of technology in language learning and teaching, teaching translation and literature. The journal addresses both theoretical and empirical techno-based issues related but not limited to:


  • Modern technology and English language teaching (ELT)
  • Technology-enhanced language learning (TELL)
  • Technology and continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Computer assisted language learning (CALL)
  • Mobile assisted language learning (MALL)
  • Technology and sociocultural context
  • Technology and ethics
  • Second language learning/acquisition
  • Teaching and research methodologies
  • Language courseware design and development
  • Teaching and testing languages for specific purposes
  • Adult learning
  • Lifelong education
  • Teacher training/education
  • Technology and translation/interpretation
  • Technology and English literature