AIED 2011 News

News for AIED 2011

See you in Memphis for AIED 2013!

The location and dates for the next AIED conference have been announced: Memphis, Tennessee, USA from July 9 - July 12, 2013.

For more information, check out the AIED 2013 website.

International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2012 in Sydney!

ICLS 2012The next International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2012) is to be held in Sydney from 2-6 July 2012. The ICLS is a biennial conference sponsored by the International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS).

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I'm Learnding! What the Simpsons have to teach AIED about education, learning, and technology

Chad versus SimpsonsThe AIED 2011 banquet talk has now been confirmed. In this serious talk, H. Chad Lane will lead us through the lives of the Simpsons' characters and how things in the Simpsons' world stack up against our AIED field. What important ideas are we missing? Which characters on the Simpsons would your research help (or not)?

Programme change: affects sessions 9-14

Sessions 9,10,11 have been swapped with sessions 12,13,14. This is due to a requirement to start the AIED2011 banquet session earlier. The changes are now in the modified programme.

AIED 2011 proceedings online

With just over a week to go till AIED2011, Springer has the papers on the web at:

So you can start reading now!

Looking forward to seeing many of you for a very exciting programme.

Judy Kay

Get your banquet tickets before 22 June

As the caterers require participant numbers, the deadline for registering for the AIED 2011 banquet is 22 June. If you chose an AIED2011 registration without the banquet, you can still register for the banquet.

Authoring Simulation & Game-based Intelligent Tutoring Workshop papers are now online

Papers for the Authoring Simulation and Game-Based Intelligent Tutoring Workshop are now available online. This full-day workshop is included in the AIED 2011 registration and is scheduled for Tuesday, 28 June 2011. For more details, see the workshop webpage.

Register for the free datashop tutorial

Registration for the DataShop tutorial is now open. This half-day interactive tutorial will be run by CMU Systems Scientist Phil Pavlik on Tuesday 28 June. This tutorial is free for anyone who has registered for the conference. However, due to the way this tutorial is run, the tutorial chairs have limited the number of participants. To ensure that you have a seat, please register for the datashop tutorial soon!

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