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The workshops and tutorials information for the Intelligent Tutoring Systems conference is now available on the conference website:
http://sites.google.com/site/its2010home/workshops-and-tutorials


The following workshops will be held at ITS 2010:

 *   Question Generation (Kristy Elizabeth Boyer and Paul Piwek)
 *   Culturally-Aware Tutoring Systems (Emmanuel G. Blanchard, W. Lewis Johnson, Amy Ogan and Danièle Allard)
 *   Supporting the Social Inclusion of Communities with Adaptive Learning Media (Fabio Akhras and Paul Brna)
 *   Opportunities for intelligent and adaptive behavior in collaborative learning systems (Ari Bader-Natal, Erin Walker and Carolyn Rosé)
 *   Computer-Supported Peer Review in Education: Synergies with Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Ilya Goldin, Peter Brusilovsky, Christian Schunn, Kevin Ashley and I-Han Hsiao)
 *   Intelligent Tutoring Technologies for Ill-Defined Problems and Ill-Defined Domains (Collin Lynch, Kevin Ashley, Tanja Mitrovic, Vania Dimitrova, Niels Pinkwart and Vincent Aleven)

The following tutorials will be held at ITS 2010:

 *   Using DataShop to analyze educational data (John Stamper)
 *   How to Apply Software Architecture and Patterns to Tutoring System Development? (Javier Gonzalez-Sanchez and Maria-Elena Chavez-Echeagaray)
 *   Seven deadly sins: avoiding several common statistical pitfalls (Joseph Beck)

Workshops and tutorials will be held on June 14 and 18. We anticipate scheduling all tutorials as pre-conference events and most workshops as post-conference events. A more detailed schedule will be published by the end of April, when information on the workshop submissions is available.




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