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Call for papers ITS 2010: the Tenth International Conference on 
Intelligent Tutoring Systems

June 14-18, 2010, in Pittsburgh, USA


Conference website: http://www.cmu.edu/its2010

We invite contributions to the ITS 2010 conference, to be held June 
14-18, 2010. The technical sessions will take place June 15-17, with 
June 14 and18 devoted to workshops and tutorials. The conference will be 
in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, host to the recent G-20 summit and 
rated the USA?s most livable city by The Economist.

Just prior to ITS 2010, the Third International Conference on 
Educational Data Mining (EDM 2010) will also take place in Pittsburgh. 
See http://educationaldatamining.org/EDM2010.

The ITS 2010 conference is part of an on-going bi-annual series of 
top-flight international conferences on the use of advanced educational 
technologies that are adaptive to users or groups of users. These highly 
interdisciplinary conferences bring together researchers in the learning 
sciences, computer science, cognitive or educational psychology, 
cognitive science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and 
linguistics.

The theme of the ITS 2010 conference is Bridges to Learning, a theme 
that connects the scientific content of the conference and the geography 
of the city. The conference will address the use of advanced 
technologies as bridges for learners and facilitators to robust learning 
outcomes. It will encompass all aspects of learning with advanced 
technologies, including cognitive, social, affective, and motivational 
aspects. The conference will address the design, development, use, and 
evaluation of advanced educational systems in a wide variety of 
contexts, as well as the mining of data about student learning generated 
by such systems. Papers describing empirical studies are particularly 
encouraged.

Organizers

Conference Chair: Jack Mostow
Program Chairs: Vincent Aleven, Judy Kay
General Chair: Alan Lesgold
Conference Secretary: Lynnetta Miller
Conference Treasurer: Albert Corbett
Local Arrangements: Sandra Katz, Bruce McLaren
Workshops and Tutorials: Joe Beck, Niels Pinkwart
Young Researchers Track: Ricardo Conejo, Carolyn Penstein Rose
Interactive Events: Noboru Matsuda, Tanja Mitrovic
Panels: Cristina Conati, Chee-Kit Looi
Publicity: Susan Bull
Student Volunteer Coordinators: Collin Lynch, Amy Ogan
Sponsorship: Steve Ritter

Important dates

Abstracts due (mandatory for Papers and Young Reseachers' Track): 
January 12, 2010 (11:59 pm Hawaii time)

Papers, Posters, Young Researchers' Track: January 15, 2010 (11:59 pm 
Hawaii time)

Workshop, Tutorial, and Interactive Event proposals: January 29, 2010 
(11:59 pm Hawaii time)

Workshops and Tutorials approved: February 16, 2010

Author notification (Papers, Posters, Young Researchers' Track): March 
1, 2010

Interactive Events approved: March 15, 2010

Camera ready copy due: April 1, 2010

Final version of Workshop proceedings: June 1, 2010

Conference: June 14-18, 2010

 

Topics

Topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to:

* Intelligent tutoring and scaffolding

* Adaptive support for simulation-based and inquiry learning

* Intelligent games for learning

* Adaptive support for collaborative and group learning

* Advanced technologies for informal learning environments

* Ubiquitous learning environments and adaptive mobile learning

* Adaptive support for lifelong and workplace learning

* Domain-specific learning applications, e.g. language, mathematics, 
reading, science, medicine, military, and industry

* Learning with virtual pedagogical agents, virtual learning companions, 
or learners

* Communities of practice and social networks

* Models of learners, facilitators, groups and communities for learning

* Modeling of motivation, metacognition, and affect aspects of learning

* Motivational diagnosis and feedback

* Ontological modeling for educational applications

* Representing and analyzing discourse during learning

* Tutorial dialogue systems and adaptive question answering systems

* Instructional design principles or design patterns for learning 
environments

* Empirical studies of learning with advanced learning technologies

* Multi-agent architectures for learning environments

* Authoring tools and development methodologies for advanced learning 
technologies

* Studies of and reports on authoring efficiency, development practice, 
and real-world deployment of advanced learning technologies

* Educational applications of data mining and machine learning

* Innovative use of artificial intelligence for education

* Use of semantic web technologies and standards for education

* Social recommendations for learners

* Methodologies for acquiring rich data about learners using advanced 
learning technologies

* Theories of learning with advanced learning technologies

* Social-historical-cultural contexts

 

 

 

 

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