Candlin & Mynard ePublishing: encouraging, exploring, enabling
Autonomous Language Learning Series
About the Series
The purpose of the Autonomous Language Learning series is to explore the theoretical, practical and philosophical relationships between learners and the ways in which they autonomously navigate the ongoing learning process. The series comprises both edited volumes and monographs by authors from different contexts. Many of the titles contain practical applications and also link ideas to future research possibilities. The series is designed for both new and experienced language educators who are involved with supporting learners in developing their autonomy for language learning.
Features of the books:
Prospective authors should contact us giving a brief overview of their focus area. Depending on the scope, we will then provide a proposal form and solicit further details and sample material.
Jo Mynard is a Professor, Director of the Self-Access Learning Center, and Director of the Research Institute for Learner Autonomy Education at Kanda University of International studies in Japan. She has an M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics from Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland and an Ed.D. in TEFL from the University of Exeter, UK. Her research interests include learner autonomy, advising, self-access and affect in language learning. She is the co-founder and Managing Director of Candlin & Mynard ePublishing. Read more...
Details and proposal form