ISSN (online) : 2145-566X | ISSN (print) 0123-3432
https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.ikala

Íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal, whose aim is to provide an academic forum for informed and respectful debate on current topics dealing with language, linguistics, literature, translation, and language teaching-learning, among others. From its inception in 1996, Íkala has published articles in several languages, such as English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese, aiming to include a multiplicity of voices and to unravel through them what Íkala, in its original Thule name means —“issues of the utmost importance”.

  • Format: On line
  • Periodicity: Quarterly
  • Peer review: Double blind
  • No APCs
  • Rejection rate: 85.5%
  • This journal provides open access

Announcements

Meet Jacqueline García Botero, the author of FL Pre-Service Teachers' Psychosocial Aspects and Educational Conditions During the COVID-19 Pandemic

2021-10-15

This research aimed to identify the psychosocial aspects and educational conditions that influenced the degree of learning satisfaction of 423 students enrolled in a BA in Modern Languages (English and French) at a university in Colombia through technology-mediated ‘face-to-face’ learn­ing (PAT, as per its Spanish acronym). Findings show that students’ learning satisfaction is highly influenced by teacher’s support and structural conditions. These two categories have an impact on other psychosocial conditions that become a challenge for the pat technology. See the author telling us about her article here:

Read more about Meet Jacqueline García Botero, the author of FL Pre-Service Teachers' Psychosocial Aspects and Educational Conditions During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Current Issue

Vol 26 No 3 (2021): Special Issue: The Role of Technology in Language Teaching and Learning Amid the Crisis Generated by the COVID-19 Pandemic

This special issue is an attempt to understand how teachers and students reacted to the unexpected teaching and learning situations they faced. We hope it will be of interest to teachers, students, administrators, and language practitioners who want to know how other colleagues worldwide reacted to the COVID-19 measures.

Our cover and dividers display works of the series "El vuelo del color" by artist Óscar López Ospina. We invite you to gaze the beautiful Flight of Color of our Featured artist here.

Published: 2021-09-13

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