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                        Guest Editors:


We invite submissions from scholars, researchers, and practitioners in the field of language teaching who have utilized immersive technologies in their teaching practice. We welcome empirical research studies, theoretical papers, case studies, and reviews that explore the use of these technologies in various language teaching contexts.

Studies on the use of Metaverse, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Chat GPT in language teaching are welcome for this special issue. Some possible topics of interest for this special issue include, but are not limited to:

  • The effectiveness of immersive technologies in language learning
  • The impact of immersive technologies on learner motivation, engagement, and performance
  • The role of immersive technologies in promoting intercultural competence
  • The challenges and opportunities of incorporating immersive technologies into language curricula
  • The ethical and practical considerations of using immersive technologies in language teaching.
  • We encourage contributions that draw on interdisciplinary perspectives, including but not limited to education, linguistics, computer science, psychology, and media studies.


We are happy to announce that our next issue to be published in June 2023 will be indexed in the database.





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