Instructions for Authors

Human Technology subscribes to the values and practices of Open Access publishing. Therefore, no fees are charged to authors for submission to, processing by, or publication in Human Technology. In addition, authors retain copyright to their published papers.

Submitting Manuscripts

Human Technology accepts manuscripts meeting the aim and the scope of the journal (see the Mission Statement) on an ongoing basis, in addition to manuscripts submitted for thematic issues.

Legal Requirements

By submitting a manuscript to Human Technology, the author (or the corresponding author on behalf of his/her co-authors) guarantees that the paper is original and the text is not under consideration for publication elsewhere (including in any online forums). In addition, the corresponding author affirms that all co-authors have approved of the manuscript and agree to submit it to Human Technology. Finally, the authors must guarantee that the responsible authorities at the institution where the work has been carried out are aware of and (explicitly) approve of the potential publishing of the manuscript associated with their organization.

Manuscript Preparation Details

Articles submitted to Human Technology for consideration may be written in any recognized publication style. However, if the article is taken into the publication consideration process, all revised versions must be written within Human Technology’s editorial style guidelines for citations, references, and English language, which is a modified version of the style presented in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (referred to here as the APA Manual; 6th ed. is preferred but 5th ed. is acceptable). The author is responsible for meeting these stylistic requirements.

Final Submission Checklist

Please be sure the submission of the final manuscript meets the standards provided in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (referred to here as APA Manual; 6th ed. is preferred, but 5th ed. is acceptable), with the exceptions specifically for Human Technology noted in the Final Manuscript Preparation Details.

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