EXTENDED/Special Issue on : The Challenges of ChatGPT in English Language Teaching,  Learning, and Academic Publication on  April 2024

Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) welcomes the submission of papers for the  Challenges of ChatGPT in English Language Teaching,  Learning, and Academic Publication on April  2024. The deadline for manuscript submission has been extended until January 30. 2024. The issue publication date is  April 2024. For more information, visit the Arab World English Journal on www.awej.org. Before sending your paper, please read the submission and Manuscript Guidelines for Arab World English Journal (AWEJ)

The papers can address, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence and Language Teaching

  • Approaches to AI generators’ use in language teaching and learning

  • Students’ writing competence and text-generated tools (Grammarly, QuillBot, etc)

  • AI content vs human texts

  • Realizing AI originality in the age of AI-generated content

  • Critical thinking in the age of generative AI

  • Attitudes and perceptions toward using AI generators in writing academic papers.

  • Artificial Intelligence Writing Detection Capabilities and Students Assignments

  • Academic Writing Integrity and Artificial Intelligence

  • Academic Dishonesty and Artificial Intelligence

  • Academic publication and detection plagiarism in the age of artificial intelligence

  • Will artificial intelligence produce high-quality content more efficiently than human writers?

  • AI detection tools and strategies to identify AI-generated content

  • How to acknowledge AI generators’ use in writing academic papers

  • Are artificial intelligence Tools replacing academic writing courses at universities?

  • Ethical publication conventions and the challenges of using ChatGPT. 

  • The impact of ChatGPT on 21st-century skills

Papers should be submitted electronically in MS word format as e-mail to: editor@awej.org