Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope


The goal of the Journal of Education, Language Innovation, and Applied Linguistics (JELITA) is to encourage inquiry into the relationship between theoretical and practical studies to develop a principled approach to educational research on the English language, language innovation, and applied linguistics problems. The journal welcomes articles in the following areas of current analysis:

  • Language in Education;
  • English Education;
  • English Language;
  • Educational Sciences;
  • Language Testing and Assessment;
  • Language Innovation;
  • Language Teaching and Learning;
  • English Language Teaching (ELT) and Methodology;
  • Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL);
  • ICT for Language Learning;
  • Language in Curriculum Design and Development;
  • Literature and English Language Teaching; 
  • Applied Linguistics;
  • Sociolinguistics; and
  • Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA)


Section Policies


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Peer Review Process

The journal uses a peer review system and encourages blind reviewing. The editorial boards will decide whether to accept or reject manuscripts based on the review results provided by the reviewers. There has been no communication between the writers and the editors regarding the rejection decision. Before proceeding to the review process, all manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism using "Turnitin" software. If there is any evidence of plagiarism, the manuscript will be rejected immediately. The reasons for the rejection will be communicated to the authors whose papers are rejected.


Publication Frequency

Journal of Education, Language Innovation and Applied Linguistics (JELITA) is published in online versions with a publication schedule in January and July every year.


Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.