Publishing on CALL Products

Guidelines for Authors and Developers


  • Oksana Vorobel BMCC, CUNY
  • Bryan Smith Arizona State University



Editorial, Publishing, CALL Products


CALICO Journal. (2020, June 24). The editors are proud to report that CALICO Journal has debuted in the SCOPUS index with a CiteScore of 3.3 [Facebook status update]. Retrieved from

Fornara, F., & Lomicka, L. (2019). Using visual social media in language learning to investigate the role of social presence. CALICO Journal, 36(3), 184-203.

John, P., & Woll, N. (2020). Using grammar checkers in an ESL context: An investigation of automatic corrective feedback. CALICO Journal, 37(2), 169-192.

Lee, L. (2010). Exploring wiki-mediated collaborative writing: A case study in an elementary Spanish course. CALICO Journal, 27(2), 260-276.

Liakin, D., Cardoso, W., & Liakina, N. (2015). Learning L2 Pronunciation with a Mobile Speech Recognizer: French/y/. CALICO Journal, 32(1), 1-25.

Loewen, S., Crowther, D., Isbell, D. R., Kim, K. M., Maloney, J., Miller, Z. F., & Rawal, H. (2019). Mobile-assisted language learning: A Duolingo case study. ReCALL, 31, 293-311.

Loewen, S., Isbell, D. R., & Sporn, Z. (2020). The effectiveness of app-based language instruction for developing receptive linguistic knowledge and oral communicative ability. Foreign Language Annals, 53, 209-233.

Meticulous Research (2020). Online Language Learning Market by Product (SaaS, Apps, Tutoring), Mode (Consumer, Government, K-12, Corporate), Language (English, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese) and Geography – Global Forecast to 2027 (Report No. MRICT – 104325). Meticulous Research.

Oskoz, A., & Smith, B. (2018). Publishing in CALL: Dos and don’ts. CALICO Journal, 35(2), i–iv.

Ozawa, S. (2019). Effects of Japanese university students’ characteristics on the use of an online English course and TOEIC scores. CALICO Journal, 36(3), 225–239.

Settles, B. T., LaFlair, G., & Hagiwara, M. (2020). Machine learning–driven language assessment. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 8, 247–263.

Smith, B., Alvarez-Torres, M., & Zhao, Y. (2003). Features of CMC technologies and their impact on language learners’ online interaction. Computers in Human Behavior, 19(6), 703–729.

Sylvén, L., & Sundqvist, P. (2016). Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in extracurricular/extramural contexts. CALICO Journal, 34(1), i–iv.




How to Cite

Vorobel, O., & Smith, B. (2020). Publishing on CALL Products: Guidelines for Authors and Developers. CALICO Journal, 37(3), i-x.