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Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2015 08:41:41 -0800
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On behalf of the Learning At Scale Program Committee, I'd like to remind
 you that the upcoming Learning at Scale conference
<http://learningatscale.acm.org/las2015/> is still open for early
registration.

The conference will be held in Vancouver, BC, Canada in association with
the Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
<http://cscw.acm.org/2015/index.php> (CSCW)
conference during March 14-15, 2015.

We have selected the program of 23 papers and 47 Works-in-Progress.  These,
together with our two outstanding keynotes by Zoran Popovic (UW) and Peter
Norvig (Google), promise to make up an exciting learning event.

If you study MOOCS, online tutoring systems, or just how people learn when
organized at scale, this is the conference for you.


*Dates:*

Early Registration will end:  Jan 30, 2015


Register for the Learning at Scale 2015 Conference.
<http://learningatscale.acm.org/las2015/registration/index.html>

More information, see: http://learningatscale.acm.org/las2015/


-- Dan Russell, with Bev Woolf, and Gregor Kiczales for Learning at Scale
2015





Learning at Scale 2015


We are reporting on rigorous research about methodologies, studies,
analyses, tools, or technologies for learning at scale.

Topics include:

* Usability studies and effectiveness studies of designs of user interface
elements for students or instructors

​* ​
Log analysis of student behavior

​* ​
Studies of applications of existing learning theory to the MOOC context
(peer learning, project based learning, etc.)

​* ​
Large online learning in the developing world

​* ​
New tools and techniques for learning at scale


​* ​
Investigation of observable student behaviors and their correlation if any
with learning outcomes

​* ​
Improvements to learning, community, and pedagogy in large-scale in-person
and blended online and in-person courses

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