Journal of English-Medium Instruction

Around the globe, varied instructional settings use English for teaching and learning purposes, despite the fact that it is not the first language of some or all participants. The Journal of English-Medium Instruction provides a home for research on this important and rapidly growing phenomenon. The journal adopts a broad understanding of what constitutes English-medium instruction (EMI), while differentiating it from other multilingual pedagogies. EMI is an inherently interdisciplinary field, spanning multiple branches of applied linguistics and (higher) education pedagogy and didactics. A key objective of JEMI is to unite these strands of EMI research and enable scholarly work in one corner of this interdisciplinary area to reach both researchers and practitioners in others. JEMI welcomes contributions on a range of topics of relevance to EMI, e.g., forms of instruction, translanguaging, language policy, assessment, support for instructors, the transition from content and language integrated learning to EMI, and the development of academic as well as disciplinary literacy.

JEMI publishes its articles Online First.

ISSN 2666-8882 | E-ISSN 2666-8890
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/jemi
Sample issue: JEMI 1:1
Board
Editors
ORCID logoDiane Pecorari | City University of Hong Kong | diane.pecorari at cityu.edu.hk
ORCID logoHans Malmström | Chalmers University of Technology | mahans at chalmers.se
Book Review Editor
ORCID logoAmy Wanyu Ou | Chalmers University of Technology
Editorial Board
Helen Basturkmen | Auckland University
Alissa Blair | University of Arkansas
Howard Brown | University of Niigata Prefecture
Francesca Costa | Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Emma Dafouz | Universidad Complutense de Madrid
ORCID logoSlobodanka Dimova | University of Copenhagen
Anna Kristina Hultgren | Open University, UK
ORCID logo Li Wei | University College London
Angel M.Y. Lin | Simon Fraser University
Ron Martinez | Federal University of Paraná
Jim McKinley | University College London
Špela Mežek | Stockholm University
Jack Pun | City University of Hong Kong
Ute Smit | University of Vienna
ORCID logoShaila Sultana | University of Dhaka
Wenli Tsou | National Cheng Kung University
Ian Walkinshaw | Griffith University
Christa van der Walt | Stellenbosch University
Joost van de Weijer | Lund University
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Latest articles

19 December 2022

  • How English-Medium Instruction affects language and learning outcomes of children in the Maldives
    Jasmijn E. Bosch , Ianthi M. Tsimpli Maria Teresa Guasti | JEMI 2:1 (2023) pp. 1–26
  • Teacher talk in English-medium instruction classes in Japanese universities
    Gilder Davila | JEMI 2:1 (2023) pp. 27–50
  • 12 December 2022

  • A multi-layered comparative analysis of English-medium instruction in the Netherlands : The language ideological debate
    Dymphi van der Hoeven Joana Duarte | JEMI 2:1 (2023) pp. 51–79
  • 28 November 2022

  • Motivation and investment : Exploring the choice of English-medium instruction for mid-degree undergraduates in Catalonia
    Elizabeth Machin , Jennifer Ament Carmen Pérez-Vidal | JEMI 2:1 (2023) p. 80
  • 25 August 2022

  • Comparing EMI university reading materials with students’ reading proficiency : Implications for admission testing
    Franz Holzknecht , Elisa Guggenbichler , Matthias Zehentner , Monique Yoder , Eva Konrad Benjamin Kremmel | JEMI 1:2 (2022) pp. 180–203
  • Language use in an English-medium instruction university in Lebanon : Implications for the validity of international and local English tests for admissions
    Myriam Iliovits , Luke Harding John Pill | JEMI 1:2 (2022) pp. 153–179
  • EMI programs and formative assessment : Implications for the assessment literacy of content lecturers
    Ofra Inbar-Lourie | JEMI 1:2 (2022) pp. 204–231
  • An EMI lecturer’s assessment practices with engineering laboratory reports
    Guzman Mancho-Barés , Sarah Khan Marta Aguilar-Pérez | JEMI 1:2 (2022) pp. 232–254
  • The Interuniversity Test of Academic English (ITACE) : Assessing lecturers’ English proficiency in Flanders
    Frank van Splunder , Catherine Verguts , Tom De Moor Sarah De Paepe | JEMI 1:2 (2022) pp. 255–274
  • Emerging assessment needs and solutions in EMI in higher education
    Slobodanka Dimova Joyce Kling | JEMI 1:2 (2022) pp. 137–152
  • 21 January 2022

  • Towards multilingualism in English‑medium higher education : A student perspective
    Emma Dafouz Ute Smit | JEMI 1:1 (2022) pp. 29–47
  • Assessment and English as a medium of instruction : Challenges and opportunities
    Anna Kristina Hultgren , Nathaniel Owen , Prithvi Shrestha , Maria Kuteeva Špela Mežek | JEMI 1:1 (2022) pp. 105–123
  • Teacher preparedness for English-medium instruction
    David Lasagabaster | JEMI 1:1 (2022) pp. 48–64
  • English language teaching and English-medium instruction : Putting research into practice
    Jim McKinley Heath Rose | JEMI 1:1 (2022) p. 85
  • Language policy and planning for English-medium instruction in higher education
    Amy Wanyu Ou , Francis M. Hult Michelle Mingyue Gu | JEMI 1:1 (2022) p. 7
  • A research agenda for English-medium instruction : Conversations with scholars at the research fronts
    Pramod K. Sah | JEMI 1:1 (2022) pp. 124–136
  • Teacher development to mediate global citizenship in English-medium education contexts
    Jennifer Valcke , Nashwa Nashaat-Sobhy , Davinia Sánchez-García Julie Walaszczyk | JEMI 1:1 (2022) pp. 65–84
  • Introducing the Journal of English-Medium Instruction
    Diane Pecorari Hans Malmström | JEMI 1:1 (2022) pp. 1–6
  • Guidelines

    Instructions for authors

    The Journal of English-Medium Instruction publishes original research articles on topics related to EMI. Review the journal’s full scope statement here.

    Authors wishing to submit articles are requested to do so through the journal’s online submission and manuscript tracking site. All other enquiries should be directed towards the editors by e-mailing the editors at diane.pecorari at cityu.edu.hk and mahans at chalmers.se.

    Submitted manuscripts will undergo double-blind peer review. In order to maintain anonymity, all references to the author(s) should be excluded in the initial submission.

    Manuscripts submitted for consideration to the journal should not be previously published or being considered for publication elsewhere.

    All submissions should be written in English and prepared according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) 7th edition, unless otherwise indicated here.

    Length

    Full-length articles should be no more than 8,000 words, including references, tables, figures and notes.

    Abstract

    Articles should include an abstract of 150-200 words.

    Keywords

    All submissions should include four to six keywords that can be used for indexing purposes.

    Presentation

    All submissions should be presented in Times New Roman, 12-point font. Please include page numbers in the manuscript.

    Section Headings

    Sections headings should be formatted according to APA style (7th ed.).

    Spelling

    Contributions can use any standard variety of English spelling and should be consistent throughout the paper.

    Tables, Figures, and Other Graphics

    In the initial submission, authors should place tables, figures, and other graphics within the paper in the desired location. However, authors should be prepared to submit original artwork files separately upon final accepted submission. All tables and figures should be numbered consecutively and include a caption that is informative and concise. All tables and figures should be introduced in the text.

    References

    In-text references and reference list entries should conform to APA style (7th ed.).

    Examples

    Linguistic examples within the main text should be in italics, with bold type for further emphasis:

    Longer examples should be set apart from the main text with blank lines before and after, indented, and numbered. Examples should be referred to in the text by number (e.g., Example 1 shows that…). Italics, bold, and underlining can be used for further emphasis if needed. Examples:

    (1) Specifically, we were interested in investigating the quantitative difference in the use of grammatical structures associated with registers over time.

    (2) This may be explained by the presence of high fluctuations in the 1 min. data.

    Acknowledgements

    In order to maintain anonymity, acknowledgements, if any, should not be included in the initial submission. Authors of accepted papers may include a brief acknowledgements section in the final submission. This should be an unnumbered section immediately following the conclusion.

    Notes

    Notes should be kept to a minimum. Where necessary, use endnotes rather than footnotes. These should be numbered consecutively throughout the paper and included as an unnumbered section following the conclusion (or acknowledgements) section.

    Appendices

    One or more appendix sections may be included after the references section.

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    Submissions which do not follow these guidelines, or which do not correspond to the focus of the journal, will be returned to authors without review.

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    Journal of English-Medium Instruction offers online submission .

    Before submitting, please consult the guidelines and the Short Guide to EM for Authors .

    If you are not able to submit online, or for any other editorial correspondence, please contact the editors via e-mail: diane.pecorari at cityu.edu.hk and mahans at chalmers.se.

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    John Benjamins Publishing Company has an agreement in place with Portico for the archiving of all its online journals and e-books.

    EMI Books list

    This list presents a chronological catalogue of EMI books published to date, as well as upcoming books the publication of which has been announced. If you spot an omission, please contact JEMI’s Book Review Editor so that the list can be amended: amywa at chalmers.se.

    We welcome book recommendations (including your own book publications). Books for inclusion in the list will be directly relevant to EMI stakeholders. Examples are books that explore theoretical, methodological and empirical issues related to EMI and multilingual pedagogies in educational contexts in which the formal instructional language is English.

    Forthcoming

    Banegas, D. L., & Zappa-Hollman, S.
    (Eds.)2023The Routledge handbook of content and language integrated learning. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Dafouz, E., & Smit, U.
    (Eds.)2023Researching English-medium higher education: Diverse applications and critical evaluation of the ROAD-MAPPING framework. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Wyatt, M., & Gamal, G. E.
    (Eds.)2023English as a medium of instruction on the Arabian Peninsula. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2022

    Christison, M., Crandall, J., & Christian, D.
    (Eds.)2022Research on integrating language and content in diverse contexts. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Curle, S., Ali, H. I. H., Alhassan, A., & Scatolini, S. S.
    (Eds.)2022English-medium instruction in higher education in the Middle East and North Africa: Policy, research and pedagogy. Bloomsbury. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Daghigh, A. J., Jan, J. M., & Kaur, S.
    (Eds.)2022Neoliberalization of English language policy in the Global South. Springer. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Kirkgöz, Y., & Karakaş, A.
    (Eds.)2022English as the medium of instruction in Turkish higher education: Policy, practice and progress. Springer Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Lasagabaster, D.
    2022English-medium instruction in higher education. Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    McKinley, J., & Galloway, N.
    (Eds.)2022English-medium instruction practices in higher education: International perspectives. Bloomsbury. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Molino, A., Dimova, S., Kling, J., & Larsen, S.
    2022The evolution of EMI research in European higher education. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Pham, M., & Barnett, J.
    (Eds.)2022English medium instruction practices in Vietnamese universities: Institutional, practitioner and student perspectives. Springer Singapore. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Pun, J. K., & Curle, S.
    (Eds.)2022The use of technology in English medium education. Springer Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Richards, J. C., & Pun, J.
    2022Teaching and learning in English medium instruction: An introduction. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Salomone, R.
    2022The rise of English: Global politics and the power of language. Oxford University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2021

    Breeze, R., & Guinda, C. S.
    2021Teaching English-medium instruction courses in higher education: A guide for non-native speakers. Bloomsbury. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Cañado, M. L. P.
    (Ed.)2021Content and language integrated learning in monolingual settings: New insights from the Spanish context. Springer Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Di Sabato, B., & Hughes, B.
    (Eds.)2021Multilingual perspectives from Europe and beyond on language policy and practice. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Guarda, M.
    2021Student perspectives on English-medium instruction: Insights from an Italian university. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Ikeda, M., Izumi, S., Watanabe, Y., Pinner, R., & Davis, M.
    2021Soft CLIL and English language teaching: Understanding Japanese policy, practice and implications. Taylor & Francis. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Kojima, N.
    2021Student motivation in English-medium instruction: Empirical studies in a Japanese university. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    LaDousa, C., & Davis, C. P.
    (Eds.)2021Language, education, and identity: Medium in South Asia. Taylor & Francis. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Lasagabaster, D., & Doiz, A.
    (Eds.)2021Language use in English-medium instruction at university: International perspectives on teacher practice. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Linn, A., Shrestha, P., Bezborodova, A., & Hultgren, A. K.
    2021Current practice in English-medium education in higher education: Case studies from Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. British Council. https://​www​.teachingenglish​.org​.uk​/sites​/teacheng​/files​/2​.%20Current%20practice%20in%20English​-medium​_artwork​.pdf
    Lo, Y. Y., & Lin, A. M. Y.
    (Eds.)2021Teaching, learning and scaffolding in CLIL science classrooms. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Paulsrud, B., Tian, Z., & Toth, J.
    (Eds.)2021English-medium instruction and translanguaging. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Pun, J. K. H., & Curle, S. M.
    (Eds.)2021Research methods in English medium instruction. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Rubio-Alcalá, F. D., & Coyle, D.
    (Eds.)2021Developing and evaluating quality bilingual practices in higher education. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Ruegg, R.
    2021Supporting EMI students outside of the classroom: Evidence from Japan. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Sahan, K., Mikolajewska, A., Rose, H., Macaro, E., Searle, M., Aizawa, I., Zhou, S., & Veitch, A.
    2021Global mapping of English as a medium of instruction in higher education: 2020 and beyond. British Council. https://​www​.teachingenglish​.org​.uk​/sites​/teacheng​/files​/5​.%20Global%20mapping%20of%20English​_artwork​.pdf
    Su, L. I. W., Cheung, H., & Wu, J. R.
    (Eds.)2021Rethinking EMI: Multidisciplinary perspectives from Chinese-speaking regions. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Talbot, K. R., Gruber, M. T., & Nishida, R.
    (Eds.)2021The psychological experience of integrating content and language. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., & Shum, M. S. K.
    2021Controversies in medium of instruction reform: The experience of Hong Kong. Springer Singapore. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Tsou, W., & Baker, W.
    (Eds.)2021English-medium instruction translanguaging practices in Asia: Theories, frameworks and implementation in higher education. Springer Singapore. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Wilkinson, R., & Gabriëls, R.
    (Eds.)2021The Englishization of higher education in Europe. Amsterdam University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2020

    Block, D., & Khan, S.
    (Eds.)2020The secret life of English-medium instruction in higher education: Examining microphenomena in context. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Bowles, H., & Murphy, A. C.
    (Eds.)2020English-medium instruction and the internationalization of universities. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Cammarata, L., & Ó Ceallaigh, T. J.
    (Eds.)2020Teacher development for immersion and content-based instruction. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Carrió-Pastor, M. L.
    (Ed.)2020Internationalising learning in higher education: The challenges of English as a medium of instruction. Palgrave Macmillan Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Dafouz, E., & Smit, U.
    2020ROAD-MAPPING English medium education in the internationalised university. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    deBoer, M., & Leontjev, D.
    (Eds.)2020Assessment and learning in content and language integrated learning (CLIL) classrooms: Approaches and conceptualisations. Springer Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Dimova, S., & Kling, J.
    (Eds.)2020Integrating content and language in multilingual universities. Springer Nature. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Konakahara, M., & Tsuchiya, K.
    2020English as a lingua franca in Japan: Towards multilingual practices. Palgrave Macmillan Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Kuteeva, M., Kaufhold, K., & Hynninen, N.
    (Eds.)2020Language perceptions and practices in multilingual universities. Palgrave Macmillan Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Lo, Y. Y.
    2020Professional development of CLIL teachers. Springer Singapore. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Mede, E., Dikilitas, K., & Atay, D.
    2020Pedagogic and instructional perspectives in language education: The context of higher education. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Sánchez-Pérez, M.
    (Ed.)2020Teacher training for English-medium instruction in hiigher education. IGI Global. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2019

    Jenkins, J., & Mauranen, A.
    (Eds.)2019Linguistic diversity on the EMI campus: Insider accounts of the use of English and other languages in universities within Asia, Australasia, and Europe. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Maschmeier, F.
    2019Learner autonomy in the CLIL classroom. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Milligan, L. O., & Tikly, L.
    (Eds.)2018English as a medium of instruction in postcolonial contexts: Issues of quality, equity and social justice. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Richter, K.
    2019English-medium instruction and pronunciation: Exposure and skills development. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Tsuchiya, K., & Murillo, M. D. P.
    (Eds.)2019Content and language integrated learning in Spanish and Japanese contexts: Policy, practice and pedagogy. Palgrave Macmillan Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2018

    Barnard, R., & Hasim, Z.
    (Eds.)2018English medium instruction programmes: Perspectives from South East Asian universities. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Macaro, E.
    2018English medium instruction: Content and language in policy and practice. Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
    Murata, K.
    (Ed.)2018English-medium instruction from an English as a lingua franca perspective: Exploring the higher education context. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Henriksen, B., Holmen, A., & Kling, J.
    (Eds.)2018English medium instruction in multilingual and multicultural universities: Academics’ voices from the Northern European context. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2017

    Ackerley, K., Guarda, M., & Helm, F.
    (Eds.)2017Sharing perspectives on English-medium instruction. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Blaj-Ward, L.
    2017Language learning and use in English-medium higher education. Palgrave Macmillan Cham. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Bradford, A., & Brown, H.
    (Eds.)2017English-medium instruction in Japanese higher education: Policy, challenges and outcomes. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Coonan, C. M., Favaro, L., & Menegale, M.
    (Eds.)2017A journey through the content and language integrated learning landscape: Problems and prospects. Cambridge Scholars. https://​www​.cambridgescholars​.com​/resources​/pdfs​/978​-1​-4438​-8920​-9​-sample​.pdf
    Fenton-Smith, B., Humphreys, P., & Walkinshaw, I.
    (Eds.)2017English medium instruction in higher education in Asia-Pacific: From policy to pedagogy. Springer. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Galloway, N., Kriukow, J., & Numajiri, T.
    2017Internationalisation, higher education and the growing demand for English: An investigation into the English medium of instruction (EMI) movement in China and Japan. British Council. https://​www​.teachingenglish​.org​.uk​/sites​/teacheng​/files​/H035%20ELTRA%20Internationalisation​_HE​_and%20the%20growing%20demand%20for%20English%20A4​_FINAL​_WEB​.pdf
    Lawrence, C., Inbar-Lourie, O., & Weinberg, L.
    2017A handbook for English-medium instruction in institutions of higher education in Israel: English as the cornerstone of sustainable technology and research. University of Tel Aviv. https://​tempus​-ecostar​.iucc​.ac​.il​/wp​-content​/uploads​/2017​/05​/EMI​-BOOK​-ATAR​.pdf
    Llinares, A., & Morton, T.
    (Eds.)2017Applied linguistics perspectives on CLIL. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Margic, B. D., & Vodopija-Krstanovic, I.
    2017Uncovering English-medium Instruction: Glocal Issues in higher education. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Möller, V.
    2017Language acquisition in CLIL and non-CLIL settings: Learner corpus and experimental evidence on passive constructions. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Tsou, W., & Kao, S.
    (Eds.)2017English as a medium of instruction in higher education: Implementations and classroom practices in Taiwan. Springer Singapore. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Valcke, J., & Wilkinson, R.
    (Eds.)2017Integrating content and language in higher education : Perspectives on professional practice. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Zhao, J., & Dixon, L. Q.
    (Eds.)2017English-medium instruction in Chinese universities: Perspectives, discourse and evaluation. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2016

    Earls, C. W.
    2016Evolving agendas in European English-medium higher education: Interculturality, multilingualism and language policy. Palgrave Macmillan London. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Lin, A. M.
    2016Language across the curriculum & CLIL in English as an additional language (EAL) contexts: Theory and practice. Springer Singapore. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Mazak, C. M., & Carroll, K. S.
    (Eds.)2016Translanguaging in higher education: Beyond monolingual ideologies. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Nikula, T., Dafouz, E., Moore, P. & Smit, U.
    2016Conceptualising integration in CLIL and multilingual education. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Phan, L.-H.
    2016Transnational education crossing ‘Asia’ and ‘the West’: Adjusted desire, transformative mediocrity and neo-colonial disguise. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Ruiz de Zarobe, Y.
    (Ed.)2016Content and language integrated learning: Language policy and pedagogical practice. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Toh, G.
    2016English as medium of instruction in Japanese higher education: Presumption, mirage or bluff?. Springer. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2015

    Dimova, S., Hultgren, A. & Jensen, C.
    (Eds.)2015English-medium instruction in European higher education: English in Europe. De Gruyter Mouton. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Hamid, M. O., Nguyen, H. T., & Baldauf, R. B.
    (Eds.)2015Language planning for medium of instruction in Asia. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Román, S. N., & Núñez, J. J. T.
    2015Drama and CLIL: A new challenge for the teaching approaches in bilingual education. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Wilkinson, R., & Walsh, M. L.
    2014Integrating content and language in higher education: From theory to practice. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2014

    Breeze, R., Saíz, C. L., Pasamar, C. M., & Sala, C. T.
    (Eds.)2014Integration of theory and practice in CLIL. BRILL. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Hibbert, L., & van der Walt, C.
    (Eds.)2014Multilingual universities in South Africa: Reflecting society in higher education. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Hultgren, A. K., Gregersen, F., & Thøgersen, J.
    (Eds.)2014English in Nordic universities: Ideologies and practices. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Lasagabaster, D., Doiz, A., & Sierra, J. M.
    2014Motivation and foreign language learning: From theory to practice. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Vila, F. X., & Bretxa, V.
    (Eds.)2014Language policy in higher education: The case of medium-sized languages. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Wächter, B. & Maiworm, F.
    2014English-taught programmes in European higher education: The state of play in 2014. Lemmens. https://​www​.lemmens​.de​/dateien​/medien​/buecher​-ebooks​/aca​/2014​_english​_taught​.pdf

    2013

    Barnard, R., & McLellan, J.
    (Eds.)2013Codeswitching in university English-medium classes: Asian perspectives. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Coverdale-Jones, T.
    (Ed.)2013Transnational higher education in the Asian context. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Fortanet-Gómez, I.
    2013CLIL in higher education: Towards a multilingual language policy. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Jenkins, J.
    2013English as a lingua franca in the international university: The politics of academic English language policy. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Leung, C., & Street, B. V.
    (Eds.)2012English: A changing medium for education. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    van der Walt, C.
    2013Multilingual higher education: Beyond English medium orientations. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2012

    Doiz, A., Lasagabaster, D., & Sierra, J. M.
    (Eds.)2012English-medium instruction at universities: Global challenges. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Ryan, J.
    (Ed.)2012Cross-cultural teaching and learning for home and international students: Internationalisation of pedagogy and curriculum in higher education. Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Smit, U. & Dafouz, E.
    (Eds.)2012Integrating content and language in higher education: Gaining insights into English-medium instruction at European universities. John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2011

    Preisler, B., Klitgård, I., & Fabricius, A.
    2011Language and learning in the international university: From English uniformity to diversity and hybridity. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
    Ruiz de Zarobe, Y., Sierra, J. M., Gallardo del Puerto, F.
    2011Content and foreign language integrated learning: Contributions to multilingualism in European contexts. Peter Lang. DOI logoGoogle Scholar

    2010

    Brock-Utne, B., Desai, Z., Qorro, M. A., & Pitman, A.
    (Eds.)2010Language of instruction in Tanzania and South Africa: Highlights from a project. BRILL. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
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    Subjects

    Translation & Interpreting Studies

    Translation Studies

    Main BIC Subject

    JNT: Teaching skills & techniques

    Main BISAC Subject

    EDU029000: EDUCATION / Teaching Methods & Materials / General