TACL acceptance/final-version deadlines for EMNLP 2023
To be eligible for presentation (oral or poster) at EMNLP 2023, TACL papers must satisfy both of the following conditions:
- first: be accepted with a decision type (a) by Friday, September 22, 2023 and;
- second: the final version must be approved by TACL by October 6, 2023 (to allow ample time for the technical approval by the Action Editor, we suggest submitting the final version at least 10 business days prior to the second deadline: September 29th).
See the section on Presentation of Accepted TACL Papers at Conferences in the author guidelines for more details.
New TACL co-Editors-in-Chief
Roi Reichart and Asli Celikyilmaz have been selected to be co-Editors-in-Chief (co-EiCs) of TACL, which will bring the number of co-EiCs to three (along with Ani Nenkova) when Brian Roark finishes his term at the end of 2022. Congratulations to Roi and Asli!
The temporary expansion to three co-EiCs will last until the end of Ani Nenkova's term in 2024, when TACL will revert to its standard 2 co-EiCs. The expansion is in support of initiatives that require effort beyond the regular operation of the journal.
TACL's first impact factor
We are pleased to announce that in 2021 TACL had an impact factor of 9.194. This is the first time that an impact factor has been measured for TACL, as the journal was only recently indexed by the Web of Science. Interested parties are referred to a recent MIT Press blog post for more information as well as a message of thanks from the co-Editors-in-chief to the TACL community as a whole. Thanks everyone for all the hard work!
New TACL co-Editor-in-Chief
Ani Nenkova has been selected to be a co-Editor-in-Chief (co-EiC) of TACL, alongside continuing co-EiCs Mark Johnson and Brian Roark. Congratulations to Ani!
Lillian Lee has been at the helm of TACL since nearly its inception and will continue as co-EiC until the end of the calendar year, but we can still express an early "thanks very much" to her for all she has done for TACL!
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Self-declared archival workshops/tracks now considered archival
The TACL policy has been revised so that ACL-related (tracks of) workshops self-declared to be archival are now considered to be archival by TACL. Thus, papers at such venues (or archival tracks thereof) may not be re-submitted to TACL.