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Reflections on co-production as a research practice in the field of foreign language teaching and learning

2024-02-26

Dear colleagues,

We are co-editing a special issue entitled "Reflections on co-production as a research practice in the field of foreign language teaching and learning" in the journal published by VALS/ASLA. We invite you to contribute to this issue by sending us an abstract by April 1, 2024

As the bulletin will be multilingual, we are happy to receive contributions in German, French, English or Italian. The CfP can be found here:  dgxy.link/VCbPz

Feel free to share this call with other potentially interested colleagues.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,

Luc Fivaz and Martina Zimmermann

(luc.fivaz@hepl.ch) and (martina.zimmermann@hepl.ch)

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