All submissions must include an abstract (approximately 100 words) and keywords (we recommend providing 3 words). As a finding aid, one or more ISO 639-3 language codes and/or latitude/longitude points may also be provided.
Submissions should follow the recommendations of The Generic Style Rules for Linguistics, which "attempt a balance between conventionality, functionality, and simplicity," and are available in full as GenericStyleRules.pdf.
Please set your paper in single spaced 12 point Times Roman or Times New Roman. Use an A4 page, and leave a 2.5cm (1 inch) margin on all sides. Please make every effort to use only one freely available Unicode font (such as Charis SIL) throughout the document if Times is not sufficient. For non-roman text, please note any additional Unicode fonts used, and if possible choose a standard font (such as Tahoma) that includes non-roman character sets.
You are invited to use this .docx template to format your papers. This can be done before or after formal acceptance is given.
In principle there is no length requirement, but papers of between 10 and 20 pages are preferred.
We hope that this will stimulate others to take advantage of the opportunity to do something similar in future. Discussions on any topic within the scope of JSEALS are invited.
The JSEALS website is maintained by the Center for Research in Computational Linguistics. Please send requests for additions, corrections, or information to doug.cooper.thailand at gmail.com. Editorial queries should be directed to paulsidwell at yahoo.com.