Society 5.0 brings new challenges to education within all scientific areas and, consequently, to different professions. Education 5.0 upgrades Education 4.0, exploring the theme from a different perspective. On the one hand, in Education 4.0, technology plays a prominent role in the classroom. It focuses on digital, mathematical and logical knowledge, entrepreneurship, and collaborative learning, with the student as the main protagonist. On the other hand, in Education 5.0, although all these elements are maintained, new socioemotional skills are added. For example, the idea of collaboration takes on new proportions, going beyond collaboration among peers to learning focused on collaboration with the broader community and society.

Education 5.0 not only aims to help students acquire the required skills to enter the future labour market, but also offers solutions to improve people’s lives and bring social well-being. In so doing, it combines technology and human creativity to contribute to the betterment of the world.

Therefore, this workshop aims to address the challenges that this new Era brings to education in its various fields, for both academics and practitioners.

We are pleased to invite the academic and business community to submit papers to  Wed5.0 2024, included within the CISTI 2024, to be held from 25th to 28th June 2024, at the University of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.

  • Topics of interest:
  • Accounting education 5.0 and UN SDGs;
  • Broadening the horizons of accounting education;
  • Education 5.0 - opportunities and challenges;
  • Educational innovation in Society 5.0;
  • Financial and non-financial information in the 5.0 era;
  • The importance of accountability in Society 5.0;
  • Inclusive education in Society 5.0;
  • Influence of technologies and digitalisation on the accountancy profession;
  • Joyful and meaningful learning in Society 5.0;
  • Multiliteracy education in Society 5.0;
  • Power of education to change society;
  • Revolutionising the accounting curriculum in higher education;
  • The role of gender in Society 5.0;
  • Sustainable development in Society 5.0;
  • Transformation of higher education curricula in Society 5.0.


Paper submission, formatting guidelines, publication and indexing

We invite authors to submit unpublished research that presents original scientific results, methodological aspects, concepts, and approaches. Papers will be accepted in Portuguese, English and Spanish. A double-blind peer review process will be followed to evaluate the submitted papers.   

Although submissions shall be done using PDF file format, camera ready versions of the accepted papers must be delivered in MS Word format. Format guidelines

Submissions must be done using EasyChair choosing “WEd5.0 – Workshop on Education 5.0” before March 10, 2024.

Papers accepted, depending on their type, full (6 pages) or short (4 pages), will be submitted for inclusion/indexing into IEEE XPlore, Web of Science (ISI), SCOPUS, EI-Compendex, INSPEC and Google Scholar


Important dates

  • Deadline for paper submission: March 10, 2024
  • Notification of paper acceptance: April 10, 2024
  • Deadline for final versions and conference registration: April 21, 2024
  • Conference dates: June 25-28, 2024


Organizing Committee

  • Graça Azevedo – ISCA-UA, University of Aveiro
  • Maria Conceição Tavares – ISCA-UA, University of Aveiro
  • Ana Maria Bandeira – ISCAP - IPP
  • Cláudia Teixeira – ISCAP - IPP
  • José Vale – ISCAP - IPP
  • Patricia Gomes – IPCA


Program Committee

  • Alberto Costa (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Aldónio Ferreira (Monash University)
  • Ana Maria Bandeira (ISCAP – IPP)
  • Ana Torres (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Augusta Ferreira (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Barbara Flood (Dublin City University)
  • Brid Murphy (Dublin City University)
  • Bruno Almeida (ISCAC – IPC)
  • Carla Carvalho (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Catarina Castelo Branco (FEP)
  • Cecília Guerra (University of Aveiro)
  • Cláudia Teixeira (ISCAP – IPP)
  • Cristina Góis (ISCAC – IPC)
  • David Perea El Khalifi (Universidad de Huelva)
  • Enrique Bonson (Universidad de Huelva)
  • Francisco Carreira (ESCE – IPS)
  • Giuseppe Grossi (Kristlanstad University)
  • Graça Azevedo (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Helena Inácio (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Isabel Brusca (Univerity of Zaragoza)
  • Isabel Pedrosa (ISCAC – IPC)
  • Jonas Oliveira (ISCTE)
  • José Vale (ISCAP – IPP)
  • Lisa Powell (Monash University)
  • Manuel Castelo Branco (FEP)
  • Margarida Pinheiro (University of Aveiro - ISCA-UA)
  • Maria Anunciação Bastos (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Maria Conceição Tavares (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Maria José Fernandes (IPCA)
  • Marta Almeida (NOVA SBE);
  • Marta Guerreiro (ESTG – IPVC)
  • Martin Quinn (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • Patrícia Gomes (IPCA)
  • Radiah Othman (Massey University);
  • Rui Pedro Marques (University of Aveiro – ISCA-UA)
  • Rui Robalo (ESGT – IPS)
  • Rute Abreu (IPG)
  • Sónia Monteiro (IPCA)
  • Katia Lemos (IPCA)
  • Teresa Eugénio (IPL)
  • Tjerk Budding (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)



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