[CFP] SPRING 2018, FITISPOS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, VOLUME 5
SPRING 2018, FITISPOS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, VOLUME 5
Call for papers
FITISPos International Journal Special Issue, Vol 5 (2018)
Public Service Interpreting and Translation and New Technologies
Participation through communication with technology
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Technological and Educational Institute of Epirus
Public Service Interpreting and Translation (PSIT) provides people with the opportunity to participate, grants equal access and helps to overcome or reduce discrimination.
In recent years, progress in IT, telecommunications and mobile devices has sparked efforts to apply these means to interpreting and translation in legal, administrative and healthcare settings. The practicalities, e.g. cost-savings, of telephone and video interpreting or of translation apps have given a boost to remote interpreting and tool-assisted translation. This special issue of FITISPos aims to present experiences, state-of-the-art applications as well as research findings on the use, development and future of new technologies in PSIT contexts.
Interested authors working at the interface between PSIT and technology are invited to submit papers that reflect the history and state of the art of technology-based developments in PSIT.
We welcome proposals for this special thematic issue on PSIT and technology to be published in April 2018 in FITISPos-International Journal (FITISPos-IJ).
Suggested topics for exploration are:
Prospective authors are invited to send their paper proposals in the form of abstracts of 250 – 350 words to the guest editors:
Prof. Michaela Albl-Mikasa email@example.com
Prof. Stefanos Vlachopoulos firstname.lastname@example.org
Important dates and details
Language of abstract: English
Length of abstract: 250-350 words
Length of article: 5000 words
Abstract submission by: 30 September 2017
Answer from guest editors by: 31 October 2017
Final paper by: 15 January 2018
Revision period and deadline for revised final paper: 15 March 2018
Publication: April 2018