CFP: Call for Papers: Vol. 6, No. 2 October 2022 | International Journal of Human and Technology Interaction (IJHaTI)


International Journal of Human & Technology Interaction (IJHaTI)

ISSN: 2590-3551, eISSN: 2600-8122

IJHaTI welcome articles from both scholar and practitioners who involved in research, management, and the utilization of human and technology interaction.


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International Journal of Human and Technology Interaction (IJHaTI, ISSN: 2590-3551, a Google Scholar indexed Journal) is an Open Access Journal that allows immediate viewing and access to research outputs as well as free usage of researchers’ results.

All papers are available at for your reference. This journal is unique because it provides a platform for all academician and researchers to share their views, methods and findings on areas relate to human and technology interaction.

All manuscripts will go through rigorous peer-reviews. Each manuscript will be reviewed by two academically qualified reviewers. The decision regarding the outcome of manuscripts for publication will be determined by the Editor-in-Chief. Since IJHaTI is a new journal, the publication of all accepted manuscripts is free-of-charge.

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☞Submission Deadlines: 28th August 2022

☞Online Publishing: 1st October 2022

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IJHaTI invites any organizer of conference, symposium and workshop to publish special issue in this journal. Proposals for the special issue in our journals are welcome for publications. Interested organizers may contact us for special issue publication at



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ISSN: 2590-3551, eISSN: 2600-8122


ISSN : 2590-3551, eISSN : 2600-8122     

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