About This Journal
Chinese Language Teaching Methodology and Technology (CLTMT) (《汉语教学方法与技术》) is an international, referred journal dedicated to the advancement of teaching and learning of Chinese as a second or foreign language. The journal aims to serve the professional interests of classroom instructors, researchers, administrators, and policy makers who are concerned with issues related to the methodology and technology of Chinese language teaching and learning at all educational levels.
The journal publishes semi-annually and welcomes submissions that report findings of empirical research following systematic quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods of inquiry. It is particularly committed to publishing high quality scholarly work in instructional approaches, technology applications, assessment, and program evaluation associated with Chinese language teaching and learning. Contributions that focus on the attitudes, beliefs, and experiences of Chinese language learners and Chinese teachers are also welcome. Book reviews and short theoretical discussions may be published on a non-regular basis. All article contributions are expected to meet specific standards of scholarly excellence, make a significant contribution to collective knowledge in related fields, and provide useful implications for researchers and practitioners. All submissions must be written in standard professional English or Chinese, adhere to the journal's author guidelines, and be previously unpublished.
Submitted articles will be peer reviewed in a double-blind way. Before being sent to reviewers, name, affiliation, and any other information indicating the authorship will be completely removed by the editorial staff. Reviewers then will go through the review process and make suggestions for inclusion objectively in this regard. The editorial staff will make a decision based on the reviewer suggestions, and notify the author(s) of the decision and comments without including reviewer information.
The CLTMT is indexed/archived by MLA International Bibliography, CNKI (中国知网), Digital Commons, EBSCO, Google Scholar, Ulrichsweb, and VIP (维普网).