The Language Center of UPI

Telp/Fax: +62 22 2000022
+62 22 2013163 ext. 2412

Working hours:
Monday – Thursday
8.00 am to 3.30 pm
Friday
8.00 am to 4.00 pm
Break:
Monday – Thursday
11.30 am to 12.30 pm
Friday
11.30 am to 1.00 pm

CONAPLIN (CONFERENCE ON APPLIED LINGUISTICS)

The International Conference on Applied Linguistics is an annual seminar held by the UPI Language Center in collaboration with the English Education Department of the Indonesia University of Education. The seminar was initially held to facilitate an exchange of knowledge, ideas and research results in the field of language education, language training and language testing. However, over the years, it has evolved and expanded to include more diverse topics that are relevant to Applied Linguistics in general. The first Conaplin was held in 2008 and now, in its 11th year, Conaplin has not only been one of the most prominent international academic events in the field of linguistics in the country, it has also made significant contributions to the development of language education and language testing in particular, and applied linguistics in general. As an initiator and permanent organizer of the event, UPI Language Center is proud the contributions that the conference has made in the field that we have dedicated ourselves to.

Further information about CONAPLIN can be obtained athttp://conaplin.event.upi.edu

IJAL (INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS)

Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics (plSSN: 2301-9468 and elSSN: 2502-6747) is a journal of first and second language teaching and learning which is published by UPI Language Center, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. This journal is indexed in Scopus (Q2, H-lndex: 3) and DOAJ. Until August 2018, it is the only Indonesian applied linguistics journal that is indexed in Scopus.
Since volume 7, it has been published three times a year in January, May, and September with 25 articles in each publication. It accepts mainly research-based articles related to applied language studies. The language studied can be any language such as, but not limited to English, Indonesian, German, French, Arabic, vernaculars, etc. However, the language to convey those ideas should be English.

The aim of this journal is to promote a principled approach to research on language and language-related concerns by encouraging enquiry into relationship between theoretical and practical studies. The journal welcomes contributions in such areas of current analysis in:

• First, second, and foreign language teaching and learning;
• Language in education;
• Language planning, language testing;
• Curriculum design and development;
• Multilingualism and multilingual education;
• Discourse analysis;
• Translation;
• Clinical linguistics;
• Literature and teaching; and.
• Forensic linguistics.

Further information about IJAL can be obtained at: http://ejournal.upi.edu/index.php/IJAL