March 2021 – January 2022

TAAL will be hosting 6 online research webinars aiming to support researchers to be able to publish in high-level journals in Applied Linguistics.


The ultimate guide to publishing research in top journals

  1. Choosing a publishable topic
  2. Choosing a journal
  3. Writing a literature review
  4. Writing a discussion
  5. Abstract writing
  6. The publication process

Upcoming webinars

January 2022

Topic: “The publication process: Navigating the publication process”

by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Richard Watson Todd

The date and time will be announced soon. Please check back later or follow our Facebook page.

All TAAL members and attendees of our past webinars will get the updates directly to your email inbox.
If you are not a member yet and wish to be a part of our community, click here to register.

**A certificate of attendance will be provided for attendees of the live webinar. Please stay until the end of the webinar to receive a link to the digital certificate request form.


November 2021

25 November 2021

Topic: Abstract Writing: Summarizing and selling your paper in one paragraph
Invited speaker: Dr. Neil Bowen
Date: 25 November 2021
Time: 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. (Sign-up: 9.30 a.m. onwards)
Webinar Link: https://bit.ly/3BGCcXD  
Meeting ID: 992 1259 2772
Passcode: 010614

Registration: http://bit.ly/3eJZvIx


Past webinars

September 2021

23 September 2021

Topic: Writing a discussion: Showing impact of your research
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July 2021

Writing a literature review: Framing your contribution

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Tasks: Click here
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May 2021

Choosing a journal: Maximizing your paper’s visibility, prestige, and time to print

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March 2021

Choosing a publishable topic: Increasing the odds of getting published

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September 2020

Date: Friday, September 11, 2020
Time: 12.30 pm, Bangkok Time

Here’s what you will hear about:

  • Conducting research in applied linguistics
  • Finding researchers for collaboration
  • Integrating language with other fields of study
  • Making an impact on society and much more …

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