AIED 2011 News

News for AIED 2011

Early bird registration ends 20 May!

The early bird registration for the AIED 2011 conference is still open and closes on the 20th of May. Register now to get the early bird discount! Become a member of the IAIED Society and get even further discounts on the registration.

Student scholarship announced

One of the goals of the AIED conferences is to foster a vibrant community of young researchers. For that reason, the AIED society has set up a scholarship programme for 2011, with help from APSCE (Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education). The maximum scholarship amount will be US$1,500, but the actual amount awarded to the selected graduate students will depend on the cost of travel and the level of funding applied for.

The student applicant should be the first author or a presenter of a paper accepted for the AIED 2011 main conference or the Young Researcher Track.

Conference registration now open

AIED 2011 conference registration is now open! To do so, visit the registration page.

Invited speakers information now available

Information on the invited speakers can be found here.

AIEDSIC deadline extended

The deadline for the 1st Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Education to Support the Social Inclusion of Communities (AIEDSIC) has been extended to 9 April 2011.

Workshop deadline: Abstracts 26 March, Papers 29 March

The AIED-2011 workshop on "Opportunities for intelligent behavior in collaborative learning systems" has now extended paper submission deadlines by several additional days.

Workshop: Self-Regulated Learning in Educational Technologies (SRL@ET)

CFP: Self-Regulated Learning in Educational Technologies (SRL@ET)

Educational technologies have been systematically shown to help students learn better at the domain level, be it math, reading, culture, etc. However, educational technologies are yet to achieve a similar success in helping students become better learners. To achieve that, educational technologies should help students improve their metacognitive and self-regulated learning skills and behaviors.

Workshop: Opportunities for Intelligent Behavior in Collaborative Learning Systems

CFP: Opportunities for Intelligent Behavior in Collaborative Learning Systems

Intelligent tutoring systems seek to individualize each student's learning
experience, but this need not necessitate that the experience itself be
solitary. A variety of recent systems have demonstrated ways in which an
adaptive learning environment can incorporate multiple learners. Similarly,
students using collaborative learning systems have been shown to benefit from
the introduction of adaptive support that targets the collaboration. In this
workshop, we invite discussion and seek to explore ways in which the
combination of collaborative and intelligent aspects of a system can benefit
the learner...

Workshop: Beyond Cross Fertilization: How to support Re-use, Integration, Synthesis & Uptake of AIED?

Call for Participation: Beyond Cross Fertilization: How to support Re-use, Integration, Synthesis & Uptake of AIED?

Woolf (2009) suggested the AIED community needs:

  • Cadres of bibliographies
  • Suites of project inventories
  • Component exchange communities
  • Global networks of test beds for intelligent learning environments