Research Mappers are an independent group of young scholars committed to promoting and publishing quality research in Humanities. The co-founders are Dr. Garima Dalal and Dr. Varun Gulati.
We are supported by the experienced scholars and academicians and have direct access to the reputed publishers.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We are currently inviting unsolicited abstracts of not more than 250 words for peer-reviewed edited book, to be published by International/National Publisher. The current venture of Research Mappers presents a unique opportunity for faculty/ scholars involved in serious academic/ practice-based research to publish their work. We’ll straightforwardly trash a plagiarized work. Abstracts may be submitted for either of the following projects:
Innovations and Trends in ELT : Theory and Practice
The present book aims to bring together scholarly work addressing the novel trends in the light of the following sub-themes:
· Theoretical approaches in Pedagogy
· Evolutions in evaluation system
· Technology enabled trends: CALL, MALL, TELL, ICT etc.
· Emergence of Online Courses
· Studies in Language Acquisition
· English for Academic Purposes
· Classroom Research/Activities/Tasks/Methods
· Trends in World Englishes
· Language teacher inputs
· Language Learning strategies
· Ethics in Language Teaching
· LSRW trends
20th March, 2016: Submission of Abstract
10th April, 2016: Notification of Acceptance
20th April, 2016: Submission of Full paper
Abstracts along with the full name of the contributor(s), designation, qualifications, institutional affiliation, e-mail and telephone/ mobile number may be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note on Editors
Garima is a faculty in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). With a teaching experience for over a decade in various National and International Universities like South Asian University (SAARC), JNU, Jamia Millia Islamia and DU. Dr. Dalal is devoted to the twin pursuits of Language Teaching and Research. A resource person to government organisations like Staff Service Selection and co-researcher in a UK Literacy Association project on Critical Thinking. She is serving as a reviewer and editor to various International journals like Senior Associate Editor in International Journal of English Language & Translation Studies (IJ-ELTS); Member of Editorial Board, American Research Journals, Chicago,(USA); and Reviewer for Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research, University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center, Madison, (USA).
Varun Gulati is a permanent faculty of University of Delhi (Shivaji College) India and teaches Indian Classical Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Shakespeare and 20th Century American Literature. He has extensively published on Indian literature, and has lectured at conferences throughout India. His books include Contemporary Women Writings in India, Scripting Dance in Contemporary India (Lexington Books) and Hilary Mantel to Eleanor Catton: A Collection of Critical Essays on Booker Prize Winners (Roman Books, London forthcoming). He has flair of creative writing – he writes fiction (Literary Critters, Roman Books, London forthcoming) and poetry. His books are available at
"You must discover the underlying structure of an immense system that contains tens of thousands of pieces, all generated by combining a small set of elements in various ways. These pieces, in turn, can be combined in an infinite number of ways, although only a subset of those combinations is actually correct." - http://www.mendeley.com/research/statistical-language-learning-mechanisms-and-constraints/