PSIT in a changing world (Call for papers, Special Issue 2023)


PSIT in a changing world

Guest editor: María Fernández de Casadevante Mayordomo (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)

Present-day society is living in a time of great changes and challenges; we are witnessing events that are affecting different dimensions in our lives: the impact of Covid-19, constant advances in the field of technology and communications, war conflicts of an international nature but with global impact, and economic and humanitarian crises that require its management and a process of global mediation to help overcome the challenges and strengthen this situation of fragility that the world is going through. In this context, PSIT plays a central role; through their work, T&I professionals contribute to the implementation of initiatives and the search for solutions that help to achieve a certain balance and stability in our world. This leads us to the publication of a special issue, with the aim of providing a space for reflection, presentation of projects and experiences on PSIT within the framework of a world of changes and challenges.

T&I professionals, researchers, educational authorities, and institutions, both public and private, language service providers or anyone whose work seeks to promote a more sustainable world are invited to participate. For this issue we welcome proposals that approach these questions from any relevant field and that focus on, but are not limited to, the following points:

- Teaching innovation

- Educational challenges

- New technologies

- Advances in PSIT

- Migrations

- Vulnerable groups

- Mediation in armed conflicts and humanitarian crises

- T&I in pandemics

Submission of proposals

Proposals must be submitted by 10 September 2022 to Submissions should be in the form of abstracts of 250-350 words (excluding bibliography) and in MS Word format.


Proposals are welcome in English and Spanish

Length of article: 5000-8000 words

Notification of acceptance: 30 September 2022

Paper submission: 15 December 2022