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Researching and Teaching Languages for Specific Purposes – Cahiers de l’APLIUT is a journal published by the French association of language teacher in French Instituts Universitaires de Technologie (APLIUT). The journal publishes the results of research carried out about the teaching and learning of all languages and cultures in Higher Education. Since its beginnings it has been oriented towards both theoretical and applied research while maintaining a pedagogical dimension through the publication of notes on teaching experiences in each issue. An editorial team led by the Editor-in-chief produces the journal. The Editorial policy respects strict standards of scientific publishing and all articles submitted are subject to double-blind peer-review. The issues of the Cahiers de l'Apliut published in paper version between 1980 and 2000 are available on Persee : http://www.persee.fr/collection/apliu.

Latest issue
Vol. 42 N°2 | 2023
Digital transformations of language for specific purposes (LSP) learning and teaching

Transformations numériques dans l’enseignement et l’apprentissage des langues de spécialité
Edited by Julie McAllister, Mary Catherine Lavissière and Audrey Cartron

This issue reflects the research and discussions which took place during the conference Crises, challenges, innovations held at Nantes Université in June 2022. Articles in this issue explore the integration of digital tools in LSP programmes and their potential for transforming language learning and teaching. Specifically, we examine teaching about specialised genres, the creation and annotation of specialised corpora, and the training of students to use corpora for writing and oral production. We also delve into virtual exchange in LSP pedagogy as well as the use of technology in translation. Finally, we include studies about students’ perceptions of technological innovations and teachers’ experiences with technological integration. The studies bring together several languages, including LSPs in English, French, Chinese, and Italian across different international university settings including France, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Burkina Faso, Ireland, Slovakia and others.

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