Announcements

Resubmission policy for papers reviewed at ACL 2021

 
TACL policy states that "Papers or revised versions of papers that have been rejected from or reviewed by ACL ... conferences will not be eligible for submission to TACL for a 9-month period beginning at the submission deadline for the conference in question."  ACL 2021 extended its deadline by one day, from Feb. 1 to Feb. 2, 2021, due to issues with the submission website.  For purposes of determining TACL eligibility, we will use the original submission date of Feb. 1 rather than the extension date, so papers that were reviewed by ACL 2021 will be eligible to be included in TACL's November round of reviews, rather than having to wait for the December round of reviews.  
Posted: 2021-07-23
 

TACL acceptance/final-version deadline for EMNLP 2021

 

To be eligible for presentation (oral or poster) at EMNLP 2021, TACL papers must satisfy both of the following conditions: first, be accepted with a decision type (a) by August 10, 2021; and second, have their final version both submitted to TACL and approved by the Action Editor by August 31, 2021. (To allow ample time for the technical approval by the Action Editor, we suggest submitting the final version by 10 business days prior, that is, August 21, 2021.)

See the section on Presentation of Accepted TACL Papers at Conferences in the author guidelines for more details.

 
Posted: 2021-07-10
 

2021Q1 report

 
The latest TACL report to the ACL is available here. It includes an update on indexing, personnel updates, and some time-to-decision and accept/reject statistics broken down by year.  
Posted: 2021-02-26
 

TACL acceptance/final-version deadline for ACL 2021

 

To be eligible for presentation (oral or poster) at ACL 2021, TACL papers must satisfy both of the following conditions: first, be accepted with a decision type (a) by April 9, 2021; and second, have their final version both submitted to TACL and approved by the Action Editor by May 13, 2021. (To allow ample time for the technical approval by the Action Editor, we suggest submitting the final version by 10 business days prior, that is, April 29, 2021.)

See the section on Presentation of Accepted TACL Papers at Conferences in the author guidelines for more details.

 
Posted: 2020-12-27
 

TACL acceptance/final-version deadline for NAACL 2021

 

To be eligible for presentation (oral or poster) at NAACL 2021, TACL papers must satisfy both of the following conditions: first, be accepted with a decision type (a) by March 1, 2021; and second, have their final version both submitted to TACL and approved by the Action Editor by April 1, 2021. (To allow ample time for the technical approval by the Action Editor, we suggest submitting the final version by 10 business days prior, that is, March 18, 2021.)

See the section on Presentation of Accepted TACL Papers at Conferences in the author guidelines for more details.

 
Posted: 2020-12-27
 

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!

 
Posted: 2019-07-02
 

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.  
Posted: 2018-09-24
 

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If you are having problems logging in that are not resolved by password reset, please try clearing your browser's cookies.  (For some browsers, such as Chrome, it seems to suffice to clear only the TACL-site-specific cookies.) 
 
Posted: 2018-09-24 More...
 

TACL implements new ACL policies for Jan 1, 2018 (Dec 1 = 1st anonymity period)

 

The ACL has adoped new policies for *ACL conferences and TACL regarding submission and review; these are listed here.

These policies go into effect for the Jan 1st, 2018 TACL submission round.  This implies that submissions for the Jan 1st round must obey its corresponding anonymity window, which begins December 1st, 2017.

 
Posted: 2017-10-27
 

Change/clarification to policy on conference resubmissions

 
Revisions of papers reviewed or rejected by ACL/EACL/NAACL/EMNLP aren't eligible for submission to TACL for the 9 months starting at the conference's submission deadline.  
Posted: 2017-08-24 More...
 

Policy regarding papers withdrawn from conferences

 

The "Resubmission Policy for ACL, EACL, NAACL, EMNLP Conference Submissions" has been revised to clarify the status of papers withdrawn from conferences.

The short version is: "TACL considers papers that were reviewed by a conference and not accepted, such as papers that were withdrawn during an author response period before an official decision was received, to have been rejected from the conference."

See the Author Guidelines for the full version.

 

 

 
Posted: 2016-08-01 More...
 

Instructions changed for resubmission of (b)s

 

There has been a slight change to how revisions of (b) papers should be resubmitted: by email instead of system upload.  The protocol for revisions of (c) papers remains the same - via the system.

Updated instructions are at the "Revision and Resubmission Policy for TACL Submissions" section of the instructions.

 
Posted: 2016-07-03 More...
 

TACL submission style files updated

 
We have updated the latex and doc style files to clarify the requirements and make it easier for authors to conform to them. Please use the updated versions at tacl-submission-templates as detailed in the Author Guidelines , to avoid delays in the reviewing of your submissions.  
Posted: 2016-01-11
 

New editors-in-chief

 

With the expiration of Michael Collins' term as co-editor-in-chief of TACL, Mark Johnson and Kristina Toutanova have been selected to be co-editors-in-chief together with continuing co-editor-in-chief Lillian Lee.

Thanks very much to Michael Collins for all he did for TACL! 

 
Posted: 2015-09-20
 

TACL switches to a CC-BY license

 

TACL has switched to using CC-BY 4.0, the Creative Commons "Atttribution" license. See Stuart Shieber's Journal of Language Modelling 2012 article, The case for the Journal's use of a CC-BY license, for  discussion.

This change applies retroactively to previously published TACL papers.

 
Posted: 2015-07-20
 

Changes to resubmission preparation

 
The instructions for how to prepare resubmissions have changed significantly.  Please see the "Revision and Resubmission Policy for TACL Submissions" section of the Author Guidelines.  
Posted: 2015-01-09
 
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