Portuguese Language Journal

The Portuguese Language Journal (PLJ) was founded in 2006 to promote and improve the teaching of Portuguese as a foreign language. PLJ also aims to provide a venue to encourage collaboration, research, and exchange of ideas among Portuguese language instructors. In 2016, the PLJ became the professional academic journal of the AOTP – American Organization of Teachers of Portuguese.
Published byAmerican Organization of Teachers of Portuguese
Year publication2006Frequency (Publish per Year)1
ISSN (print)1942-0986ISSN (online)-
Journal disciplineHumanitiesFull text languageEnglish and Portuguese
Journal Websitehttp://ensinoportugues.org/
Editor in ChiefRosa Bizarro
Abbreviated NamePLJCountryUnited States
ISIScopus
Journal is indexed by, KindCongress
Impact FactorDate added to KC27 May 2020
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