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The AIED conference in 2015 in Madrid will be at the UNED Computer Science School

Schedule for Tuesday, June 23

AIED 2015 Congress Schedule for Tuesday, June 23
Tuesday Jun 23RoomRoomRoom
8:15 - 11:00 Registration
8:45 - 9:15

ROOM EDU 0 A

Opening of the Conference


9:15 - 10:15

ROOM EDU 0 A 

Invited Speaker: Vania Dimitrova, Chair: Tanja Mitrovic

10:15 - 10:45 Coffee Break at Psychology Faculty Cafeteria's Terrace
10:45 - 11:45 (60') POSTERS 1: 20 posters. Posters can be already on display during the coffee break
11:45 - 1:05 (80')
20’ per talk (15’ + 5’ for questions)

ROOM EDU 0 A

PAPERS 1: Adaptative Support

Chair: Peter Brusilovsky

ROOM PSY 0A

PAPERS 2: Affect, Motivation and Engagement

Chair: Kasia Muldner

ROOM EDU 1 FS

PAPERS 3: Exploratory and Open Learning Environments

Chair: Susanne Lajoie

Rowe and Lester. Improving Student Problem Solving in Narrative-Centered Learning Environments: A Modular Reinforcement Learning Framework. Louvigné, Kato, Rubens and Ueno: SNS messages Recommendation for Learning Motivation. Conati, Fratamico, Kardan and Roll: Comparing representations for learner models in interactive simulations.
Ueno and Miyasawa: Probability based scaffolding system with fading. Forsyth, Graesser, Olney, Millis, Walker and Cai Moody Agents: Affect and Discourse during Learning in a Serious Game. Kinnebrew, Gauch, Segedy and Biswas: Studying Student use of Self-Regulated Learning Tools in an Open-Ended Learning Environment.
Saraswat, Ghosh, Agrawal and Narayanan: Contextual Recommendation of Educational Contents. Papousek and Pelánek: Impact of Adaptive Educational System Behaviour on Student Motivation. Floryan, Dragon, Basit, Dragon and Woolf: Who Needs Help? Automating Student Assessment within Exploratory Learning Environments.
Long, Aman and Aleven: Motivational Design in an Intelligent Tutoring System that Helps Students Make Good Task Selection Decisions. Lehman and Graesser: To Resolve or Not to Resolve? That is the Big Question about Confusion Resolution. Segedy, Kinnebrew and Biswas: Coherence Over Time: Understanding Day-to-Day Changes in Students' Open-Ended Problem Solving Behaviors.
1:05 - 2:30

LUNCH at Psychology Faculty Cafeteria's Terrace

IJAIED Editorial Board meeting, room Psy 2 B, 1:30-2:30

2:30 - 3:30

ROOM INFO 5 AB :  Interactive Events

Chairs: Ilya Goldin, Olga C. Santos

3:30 - 4:50 (80')
20' per talk (15' + 5' for questions)

ROOM EDU 0A

Papers 4: Educational Games

Chair: Jason Harley 

ROOM PSY 0A

Papers 6: Natural Language Approaches

Chair: Peter Hastings

 

ROOM EDU 0 G

Papers 5: Moocs and Authoring Tools

Chair: Martina Rau

Monterrat, Desmarais, Lavoué and George: A Player Model for Adaptive Gamification in Learning Environments. Albacete, Jordan and Katz: Is a Dialogue-Based Tutoring System that Emulates Helpful Coconstructed Relations during Human Tutoring Effective? Lane, Core, Hays, Auerbach and Rosenberg: Situated Pedagogical Authoring: Authoring Intelligent Tutors from a Student’s Perspective.
Olounabadi, Mitrovic, Najmi and Rucklidge: TARLAN: A Simulation Game to Improve Social Problem-Solving Skills of ADHD Children. Atapattu, Falkner and Falkner: Educational Question Answering motivated by Question-Specific Concept Maps Ferschke, Yang, Tomar and Rose: Positive Impact of Collaborative Chat Participation in an edX MOOC.
Damian, Baur, Lugrin, Gebhard, Mehlmann and Andre: Games are Better than Books: In-Situ Comparison of an Interactive Job Interview Game with Conventional Training. Suleman, Mizoguchi and Ikeda: Negotiation-Driven Learning. Pham and Wang: AttentiveLearner: Improving Mobile MOOC Learning via Implicit Heart Rate Tracking.
Min, Frankosky, Mott, Rowe and Lester: DeepStealth: Leveraging Deep Learning Models for Stealth Assessment in Game-based Learning Environments.

Huang and Mostow

Evaluating Human and Automated Generation of Distractors for diagnostic multiple-choice close questions to assess children's reading comprehension

Boyer and Veeramachaneni: Transfer learning for predictive models in MOOCs.
4:50 - 5:20 REFRESHMENTS at Psychology Faculty Cafeteria's Terrace
5:20 - 6:20 (60')

HALL OF PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY

POSTERS 2: 20 posters. Posters can be already on display during the refreshments break.

8:30 -10:30 Opening RECEPTION