Monday, July 18, 2005 — Tutorials and Workshops
08:00-09:00 Registration (Ground-floor, building A)
09:00-17:30 Tutorials and Workshops
Full day tutorials and workshops are scheduled at 9.00-17.30. Morning tutorials and workshops are half-day tutorials scheduled at 9.00-12.30. Afternoon tutorials and workshops are half-day tutorials scheduled at 14:00-17:30. Refreshment breaks are scheduled at 10:30-11:00 and 15:30-16:00. Lunch is scheduled at 12:35-14:00.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2005 — Tutorials and Workshops
08:00-09:00 Registration (Ground-floor, building A)
09:00-17:30 Tutorials and Workshops
Full day tutorials and workshops are scheduled at 9.00-17.30. Morning tutorials and workshops are half-day tutorials scheduled at 9.00-12.30. Afternoon tutorials and workshops are half-day tutorials scheduled at 14:00-17:30. Refreshment breaks are scheduled at 10:30-11:00 and 15:30-16:00. Lunch is scheduled at 12:35-14:00.
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Tutorials (afternoon)
Workshops (full day)
Workshops (afternoon)
Wednesday, July 20, 2005 — Main Conference
08:00-08:30 Registration (Ground-floor, building A)
08:30-09:00 Opening of the conference (Room A)
09:00-10:00 Invited Talk (Room A) (Chair: Gord McCalla) (PDF)
Constraint-based tutors: a success story
Tanja Mitrovic, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
10:00-10:30 Refreshment break
10:30-11:30 Parallel Paper Sessions 1
Session 1a: Motivation and engagement 1 (Room A) (Chair: Cristina Conati)
  • Be bold and take a challenge. Could motivational strategies improve help-seeking? (Genaro Rebolledo Mendez, Benedict du Boulay, Rosemary Luckin)
  • Motivating Learners by Nurturing Animal Companions: My-Pet and Our-Pet (Zhi-Hong Chen, Yi-Chan Deng, Chih-Yueh Chou, Tak-Wai Chan)
  • The impact of frustration-mitigating messages delivered by an interface agent (Amy Baylor, Daniel Warren, Sanghoon Park, E Shen, Roberto Perez)
Session 1b: Learner modelling 1 (Room C) (Chair: Ana Paiva)
  • Inferring learning and attitudes with a Bayesian Network of log files data (Ivon Arroyo, Beverly Woolf)
  • Analyzing Completeness and Correctness of Utterances Using an ATMS (Maxim Makatchev, Kurt VanLehn)
  • Computational methods for evaluating student and group learning histories in intelligent tutoring systems (Carole Beal, Paul Cohen)
Session 1c: Pedagogical agents 1 (Room E) (Chair: Art Graesser)
  • THESPIAN: An Architecture for Interactive Pedagogical Drama (Mei Si, Stacy Marsella, David Pynadath)
  • The Politeness Effect: Pedagogical Agents and Learning Gains (Ning Wang, Lewis Johnson, Richard Mayer, Paola Rizzo, Erin Shaw, Heather Collins)
  • Towards support in building qualitative knowledge models (Vania Bessa Machado, Roland Groen, Bert Bredeweg)
10:30-11:30 Parallel Young Researcher's Track Sessions 1
YRT session 1a: Authoring and related topics (Room A-404) (Chair: Wouter van Joolingen)
  • Relation-based heuristic diffusion framework for LOM generation (Olivier Motelet)
  • Tutorial planning : Adapting course generation to today’s needs (Carsten Ullrich)
  • Generating reports of graphical modelling processes for authoring and presentation (Lars Bollen)
  • A proposal of evaluation framework for higher education (Xishi Li and Hao Lin)
YRT session 1b: Argumentation and Communication (Room A-406) (Chair: Helen Pain)
  • Computer-supported collaborative argumentation-based learning : How students solve controversy and related argumentative knowledge (Marije Van Amelsvoort and Lisette Munekke)
  • On line discussion processes : How do earlier messages affect evaluation, knowledge, contents, social cues and responsiveness of current message? (Gaowai Chen)
  • An exploration of a visual representation for interactive narrative in an adventure authoring tool (Seth Goolnik)
  • Authoring Ideas for Developing Structural Communication Exercises (Robinson V. Noronha)
11:35-12:35 Parallel Paper Sessions 2
Session 2a: Motivation and engagement 2 (Room A) (Chair: Jacqueline Bourdeau)
  • Engagement tracing: using response times to model student disengagement (Joseph Beck)
  • Cross-Cultural Evaluation of Politeness in Tactics for Pedagogical Agents (Lewis Johnson, Richard Mayer, Elisabeth André, Matthias Rehm)
  • The effect of explaining on learning (Tanja Mitrovic)
Session 2b: Learner modelling 2 (Room C) (Chair: Lora Aroyo)
  • Some Unusual Open Learner Models (Susan Bull, Abdallatif S. Abu-Issa, Harpreet Ghag, Tim Lloyd)
  • Exploiting Readily Available Web Data for Reflective Student Models (Judy Kay, Andrew Lum)
  • The Evaluation of an Intelligent Teacher Advisor for Web Distance Environments (Essam Kosba, Vania Dimitrova, Roger Boyle)
Session 2c: Pedagogical agents 2 (Room E) (Chair: Gautam Biswas)
  • Pedagogical Agents as Learning Companions: Building Social Relations with Learners (Yanghee Kim)
  • Conceptual Conflict by Design: Dealing with Students’ Learning Impasses in Multi-user Multi-agent Virtual Worlds (Chee Yam San, Yi Liu)
  • The effects of a pedagogical agent in an open learning environment (Geraldine Clarebout, Jan Elen)
11:35-12:35 Parallel Young Researcher's Track Sessions 2
YRT session 2a: Knowledge representation for system design (Room A-404) (Chair: Kalina Yacef)
  • Mutual Peer Tutoring: A Collaborative Addition to the Cognitive Tutor (Erin Walker)
  • Understanding the Locus of Modality Effects and How to Effectively Design Multimedia Instructional Materials (Jesse S. Zolna)
  • From representing knowledge to offering appropriate remediation — A road map for virtual learning process (Medhi Najjar)
  • An ITS that provides positive feedback for Beginning Violin Students (Orla Lahart)
YRT session 2b: Collaboration (Room A-406) (Chair: Jim Greer)
  • Towards an intelligent tool to foster collaboration in distributed pair Programming (Edgar Acosta Chaparro)
  • Supporting collaborative medical decision-making in a computer-based learning environment (Jingyang Lu)
  • Role-based integration of evaluation and regulation in collaborative learning environments (José Antonio Marcos Garcia)
  • Enhancing Collaborative Learning through the use of a Group Model based on the Zone of Proximal Development (Nilubon Tongchai)
12:35-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:20 Parallel Paper Sessions 3
Session 3a: Applications 1 - mathematics and science (Room A) (Chair: Paul Brna)
  • The Andes Physics Tutoring System: Five Years of Evaluations (Kurt VanLehn, Collin Lynch, Kay Schulze, Joel Shapiro, Robert Shelby, Linwood Taylor, Donald Treacy, Anders Weinstein, Mary Wintersgill)
  • Critical Thinking Environments for Science Education (Beverly Woolf, Tom Murray, David Marshall, Toby Dragon, Kevin Kohler, Matthew Mattingly, Merle Bruno, Daniel Murray, James Sammons)
  • Blending Assessment and Instructional Assisting (Leena Razzaq, Mingyu Feng, Goss Nuzzo-Jones, Neil T. Heffernan, Kenneth Koedinger, Brian Junker, Steven Ritter, Andrea Knight, Edwin Mercado, Terrence E. Turner, Ruta Upalekar, Jason A. Walonoski, Michael A. Macasek, Christopher Aniszczyk, Sanket Choksey, Tom Livak, Kai Rasmussen)
  • Technology at work to mediate collaborative scientific enquiry in the field (Hilary Smith, Rose Luckin, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Katerina Avramides, Joshua Underwood)
Session 3b: Tutorial dialogue (Room C) (Chair: Peter Wiemer-Hastings)
  • Dialogue-Learning Correlations in Spoken Dialogue Tutoring (Kate Forbes-Riley, Diane Litman, Alison Huettner, Arthur Ward)
  • A First Evaluation of the Instructional Value of Negotiable Problem Solving Goals on the Exploratory Learning Continuum (Carolyn Rosé, Vincent Aleven, Regan Carey, Allen Robinson)
  • Natural Language Generation for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: a case study (Barbara Di Eugenio, Davide Fossati, Dan Yu, Susan Haller, Michael Glass)
  • Taking Control of Redundancy in Scripted Tutorial Dialogue (Pamela Jordan, Patricia Albacete, Kurt VanLehn)
Session 3c: Group learning (Room E) (Chair: Esma Aimeur)
  • Motivating Appropriate Challenges in a Reciprocal Tutoring System (Ari Bader-Natal, Jordan Pollack)
  • Adapting Process-Oriented Learning Designs to Group Characteristics (Yongwu Miao, Ulrich Hoppe)
  • Formation of Learning Groups by using Learner Profiles and Context Information (Martin Muehlenbrock)
  • Automatic Textual Feedback for Guided Inquiry Learning (Steven Tanimoto, Susan Hubbard, William Winn)
14:00-15:30 Parallel Young Researcher's Track Sessions 3
YRT session 3a part 1: Learner Models (Room A-404) (Chair: Joseph Beck)
  • Taking into account the variability of knowledge structure in bayesian student models (Mathieu Hibou)
  • Subsymbolic user modeling in adaptive hypermedia (Katja Hofmann)
  • Logging, replaying and analysing students’ interactions in a web-based ILE to improve student modelling (Manolis Mavrikis)
YRT session 3a part 2: Agents (Room A-404) (Chair: Judy Kay)
  • PECA : Pedagogical embodied conversational agents in mixed reality learning environments (Jayfus T. Doswell)
  • The effect of multimedia design elements for learning outcomes in pedagogical agents research : A meta analysis (Soyoung Kim)
  • Incorporation of learning objects and learning style — Metadata support for adaptive pedagogical agent systems (Shanghua Sun)
YRT session 3b part 1: Affects and motivation (Room A-406) (Chair: Helen Pain)
  • Affective Behavior in Intelligent Tutoring Systems for Virtual Laboratories (Jasmin Hernandez and Julieta Noguez)
  • How do features of an intelligent learning environment influence motivation? A qualitative modelling approach (Jutima Methaneethorn)
  • Enhancing Learning through a Model of Affect (Amali Weerasinghe)
YRT session 3b part 2: Affective, cultural and social issues (Room A-406) (Chair: Lora Aroyo)
  • Integrating an Affective Framework into Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Mohd Zaliman Yusoff)
  • Designing culturally authentic pedagogical agents (Yolanda Rankin)
  • An orientation towards social interactive implications for active support (Martin Overdijk, Wouter Van Diggelen)
15:05-17:30 Interactive Events 1 (Room C.611A/B)
  • The Tactical Language Training System (W. Lewis Johnson, Hannes Högni Vilhjalmsson)
15:20-16:30 Poster Session 1 (Ground-floor, building A)
  • An Ontology of Situations, Interactions, Processes and Affordances (Fabio Akhras)
  • Toward supporting hypothesis formation and testing in an interpretive domain (Vincent Aleven, Kevin Ashley)
  • Designing effective nonverbal communication for pedagogical agents (Amy Baylor, Soyoung Kim, Chanhee Son, Miyoung Lee)
  • Individualized feedback and simulation-based practice in the Tactical Language Training System (Carole Beal, Lewis Johnson, Richard Dabrowski, Shumin Wu)
  • Generating Structured Explanations of System Behaviour Using Qualitative Simulations (Anders Bouwer, Bert Bredeweg)
  • An Agent-based Framework for Enhancing Helping Behaviors in Human Teamwork (Cong Chen, John Yen, Michael Miller, Richard Volz, Wayne Shebilske)
  • Introducing adaptive assistance in adaptive testing (Ricardo Conejo, Eduardo Guzman-de-los-Riscos, Jose-Luis Perez-de-la-Cruz, Eva Millán)
  • Scrutability as a core interface element (Marek Czarkowski, Judy Kay, Serena Potts)
  • Analyzing Computer Mediated and Face-to-face interactions (Wouter Diggelen, Maarten Overdijk, Jerry Andriessen)
  • Describing Learner Support: An adaptation of IMS-LD Educational Modelling Language (Patricia Gounon, Pascal Leroux, Xavier Dubourg)
  • Help for Modelling Visual Languages (Kai Herrmann, Ulrich Hoppe, Markus Kuhn)
  • Testing the Effectiveness of the Leopard Tutor under Experimental Conditions (Ray Kemp, Elisabeth Todd, Rosemary Krsinich)
  • Realizing Adaptive Questions and Answers for ICALL Systems (Hidenobu Kunichika, Minoru Urushima, Tsukasa Hirashima, Akira Takeuchi)
  • Alignment-Based Tools for Translation Self-Learning (José Lopes, Tiago Ildefonso, Marcelo Pimenta)
  • An Ontology-driven Portal for a Collaborative Learning Community (José Mayorga, Beatriz Barros, Carlos Celorrio, Felisa Verdejo)
  • A Generic Tool to Browse Tutor-Student Interactions: Time Will Tell! (Jack Mostow, Joseph Beck, Andrew Cuneo, Evando Gouvea, Cecily Heiner)
  • Effects of Dissuading Unnecessary Help Requests While Providing Proactive Help (R. Charles Murray, Kurt VanLehn)
  • Supporting Training on Canadarm Simulator using a Flexible Path Planner (Roger Nkambou, Khaled Belghith, Froduald Kabanza, Mahie Khan)
  • An Agent-based Approach to Assisting Learners to Dynamically Adjust Learning Processes (Weidong Pan)
  • The Task Sharing Framework for Collaboration and Meta-Collaboration (Darren Pearce, Lucinda Kerawalla, Rosemary Luckin, Nicola Yuill, Amanda Harris)
  • MALT - a Multi-lingual Adaptive Language Tutor (Matthias Scheutz, Michael Heilman, Aaron Wenger, Colleen Ryan-Scheutz)
  • The Assistment Builder: A Rapid Development Tool for ITS (Terrence Turner, Michael Macasek, Goss Nuzzo-Jones, Neil Heffernan, Ken Koedinger)
  • Semantic Description of Collaboration Scripts for Service Oriented CSCL Systems (Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Yannis A. Dimitriadis, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez)
  • Factors Influencing Effectiveness in Automated Essay Scoring with LSA (Fridolin Wild, Christina Stahl, Gerald Stermsek, Gustaf Neumann, Yoseba Penya)
16:30-17:30 Invited Talk (Room A) (Chair: Bert Bredeweg) (PDF)
Scaffolding Inquiry Learning: How Much Intelligence is Needed and by Whom
Ton de Jong, University of Twente, The Netherlands
17:30-18:30 Canal boat trip
18:30-19:30 Reception by the city of Amsterdam
Thursday, July 21, 2005 — Main Conference
08:00-08:45 Registration (Ground-floor, building A)
08:45-09:00 General Announcements (Room A)
09:00-10:00 Invited Talk (Room A) (Chair: Chee Kit Looi) (PDF)
Interactivity and Learning
Daniel Schwartz, Stanford University, U.S.A.
10:00-10:30 Refreshment Break
10:30-11:30 Parallel Paper Sessions 4
Session 4a: Social impact (Room A) (Chair: Neil Heffernan)
  • Pedagogical agents as social models for engineering: The role of agent appearance on female choice (Amy Baylor, E. Ashby Plant)
  • Do Performance Goals Lead Students to Game the System? (Ryan Baker, Ido Roll, Albert Corbett, Ken Koedinger)
  • Adaptive Rewards Mechanism for Sustainable Online Learning Community (Ran Cheng, Julita Vassileva)
Session 4b: Learner modelling 3 (Room C) (Chair: Kurt VanLehn)
  • Detecting the Learner’s Motivational States in An Interactive Learning Environment (Lei Qu, Lewis Johnson)
  • What do you mean by to help learning of metacognition? (Michiko Kayashima, Akiko Inaba, Riichiro Mizoguchi)
  • DIANE, a diagnosis system for arithmetical problem solving (Khider Hakem, Emmanuel Sander, Jean-Marc Labat, Richard Jean-François)
Session 4c: Collaborative learning 1 (Room E) (Chair: Amy Soller)
  • Mining Data and Modelling Social Capital in Virtual Learning Communities (Ben Daniel, Gord McCalla, Richard Schwier)
  • On the Feasibility of Intelligent Collaborative E-learning Systems (Miikka Miettinen, Jaakko Kurhila, Henry Tirri)
  • Personalising information assets in collaborative learning environments (Ernest Ong, Ai-Hwa Tay, Chin-Kok Ong, Siong-Kong Chan)
10:30-11:30 Interactive Events 2 (Room C.611A and C.611B)
  • Rapid ITS Prototyping with Ontologies in WETAS (Brent Martin, Antonija Mitrovic, Pramudi Suraweera) (Room C.611A)
  • Interactive Demonstration of a Generic Tool to Browse Tutor-Student Interactions (Jack Mostow, Joseph Beck, Hao Cen, Evandro Gouvea, Cecily Heiner) (Room C.611B)
11:35-12:35 Parallel Paper Sessions 5
Session 5a: Innovative pedagogy 1 (Room A) (Chair: Rob Koper)
  • Feedback microengineering in EER-Tutor (Konstantin Zakharov, Antonija Mitrovic, Stellan Ohlsson)
  • Matching and Mismatching Learning Characteristics with Multiple Intelligence Based Content (Declan Kelly, Brendan Tangney)
  • Graph of Microworld (Horiguchi Tomoya, Hirashima Tsukasa)
Session 5b: Learner modelling 4 (Room C) (Chair: Ken Koedinger)
  • The role of learning goals in the design of ILEs: Some issues to consider (Erika Martinez-Miron, Amanda Harris, Benedict du Boulay, Rosemary Luckin, Nicola Yuill)
  • Tradeoff analysis between knowledge assessment approaches (Michel Desmarais, Shunkai Fu, Xiaoming Pu)
  • Qualitative and quantitative student models (Jose-Luis Perez-de-la-Cruz, Ricardo Conejo, Eduardo Guzman-de-los-Riscos)
Session 5c: Knowledge representation and ontologies (Room E) (Chair: Vania Dimitrova)
  • Towards Best Practices for Semantic Web Student Modelling (Mike Winter, Christopher Brooks, Jim Greer)
  • Making Learning Design Standards Work with an Ontology of Educational Theories (Valéry Psyché, Jacqueline Bourdeau, Roger Nkambou, Riichiro Mizoguchi)
  • Ontology of Learning Object Content Structure (Jelena Jovanovic, Dragan Gasevic, Katrien Verbert, Erik Duval)
11:35-12:35 Interactive Events 3 (Room C.611A)
  • Personalized e-Learning Services for the Semantic Web (Nicola Henze)
12:35-14:00 Lunch
12:35-14:00 AIED Society Executive Committee Meeting (Room A-220)
14:00-15:20 Parallel Paper Sessions 6
Session 6a: Applications 2 - medicine and language (Room A) (Chair: Jacobijn Sandberg)
  • Self-Regulation of Learning with Multiple Representations in Hypermedia (Jennifer Cromley, Roger Azevedo, Evan Olson)
  • An ITS for medical classification problem-solving: Effects of tutoring and representations (Rebecca Crowley, Eizabeth Legowski, Olga Medvedeva, Eugene Tseytlin, Ellen Roh, Drazen Jukic)
  • Advanced Capabilities for Evaluating Student Writing (Jill Burstein, Derrick Higgins)
  • A Video Retrieval System for Computer Assisted Language Learning (Chin-Hwa Kuo, Nai-Lung Tsao, Chen-Fu Chang, David Wible)
Session 6b: Authoring tools (Room C) (Chair: Vladan Devedzic)
  • Interactive Authoring Support for Adaptive Educational Systems (Peter Brusilovsky, Sergey Sosnovsky, Michael Yudelson, Girish Chavan)
  • A Knowledge Acquisition System for Constraint-based Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Pramuditha Suraweera, Antonija Mitrovic, Brent Martin)
  • Evaluating a Mixed-Initiative Authoring Environment: Is REDEEM for Real? (Shaaron Ainsworth, Fleming Piers)
  • Exam Question Recommender System (Hicham Hage, Esma Aimeur)
Session 6c: Metadata and the semantic web (Room E) (Chair: Jim Greer)
  • “à la” in Education: Keywords Linking Method for Selecting Web Resources (Mirjana Andric, Devedzic Vladan, Hall Wendy, Carr Leslie)
  • Automatic and Semi-Automatic Skill Coding With a View Towards Supporting On-Line Assessment (Carolyn Rosé, Pinar Donmez, Gahgene Gweon, Andrea Knight, Brian Junker, William Cohen, Ken Koedinger, Neil Heffernan)
  • Goal Transition Model and Its Application for Supporting Teachers based on Ontologies (Toshinobu Kasai, Haruhisa Yamaguchi, Kzauo Nagano, Riichiro Mizoguchi)
  • Personal Readers: Personalized Learning Object Readers for the Semantic Web (Nicola Henze)
14:00-15:00 Interactive Events 4 (Room C.611A)
  • Rewards Mechanism for Sustainable Online Learning Communities (Julita Vassileva)
15:05-17:30 Interactive Events 5 (Room C.611B)
  • Human Centred Design for Interactive Educational Software (Rosemary Luckin, Geraldine Fitzpatrick)
15:20-16:30 Poster Session 2 (Ground-floor, building A)
  • Authoring plug-in tutor agents by demonstration: Rapid, rapid tutor development (Vincent Aleven, Carolyn Rosé)
  • Evaluating Scientific Abstracts with a Genre-specific Rubric (Sandra Aluisio, Ethel Schuster, Valéria Feltrim, Adalberto Pessoa Jr, Osvaldo Oliveira Jr)
  • The Bricoles project: support socially informed design of learning environment (Pierre-andre Caron, Alain Derycke, Xavier Le Pallec)
  • P3T: A System to Support Preparing and Performing Peer Tutoring (Emily Ching, Chih-Ti Chen, Chih-Yueh Chou, Yi-Chan Deng, Tak-Wai Chan)
  • Cognitive and Motivational Effects of Animated Pedagogical Agent in Learning English as a Second Language (Sunhee Choi, Hyokyeong Lee)
  • Student Question-Asking Behavior in a Classroom Evaluation of the ALPS Learning Environment (Albert Corbett, Angela Wagner, Chih-yu Chao, Sharon Lesgold, Scott Stevens, Harry Ulrich)
  • Adding a reflective layer to a simulation based learning environment. (Douglas Chesher, Judy Kay, Nicholas King)
  • Positive and negative verbal feedback for Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Barbara Di Eugenio, Lu Xin, Trina Kershaw, Andrew Corrigan-Halpern, Stellan Ohlsson)
  • A Bayesian student model for ERST - an External Representation Selection Tutor (Beate Grawemeyer, Richard Cox)
  • When do Students Interrupt Help? Effects of Time, Help Type, and Individual Differences (Cecily Heiner, Joseph Beck, Jack Mostow)
  • Fault-tolerant interpretation of mathematical formulas in context (Helmut Horacek, Magdalena Wolska)
  • Enriching Classroom Scenarios with Tagged Objects (Marc Jansen, Björn Eisen, Ulrich Hoppe)
  • Developing Teaching Aids for Distance Education (Jihie Kim, Carole Beal, Zeeshan Maqbool)
  • CM-DOM: a Concept Map Based Tool for Supervising Domain Acquisition (Mikel Larrañaga, Urko Rueda, Mike Kerejeta, Jon A. Elorriaga, Ana Arruarte)
  • Implementing Analogies Using APE Rules in an Electronic Tutoring System (Evelyn Lulis, Reva Freedman, Martha Evens)
  • A Greedy Knowledge Acquisition Method for the Rapid Prototyping of Bayesian Belief Networks (Moebus Claus, Heiko Seebold)
  • Intelligent Pedagogical Action Sequencing under Uncertainty (Selvarajah Mohanarajah, Ray Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp)
  • Breaking the ITS Monolith: a Hybrid Simulation and Tutoring Architecture for ITS (William Murray)
  • The eXtensible Tutor Architecture: A New Foundation for ITS (Goss Nuzzo-Jones, Jason Walonoski, Neil Heffernan, Tom Livak)
  • Using Schema Analysis for Feedback in Authoring Tools for Learning Environments (Harrie Passier, Johan Jeuring)
  • Teaching the evolution of behavior with SuperDuperWalker (Lee Spector, Jon Klein, Kyle Harrington, Raymond Coppinger)
  • What Did You Do At School Today? (Joshua Underwood, Rosemary Luckin, Lucinda Kerawalla, Benedict du Boulay, Joe Holmberg, Hilary Tunley, Jeanette O'Connor)
  • A User Modeling Framework for Exploring Creative Problem-Solving Ability (Hao-Chuan Wang, Tsai-Yen Li, Chun-Yen Chang)
  • Adult Learner Perceptions of Affective Agents (Daniel Warren, E Shen, Sanghoon Park, Amy Baylor, Roberto Perez)
16:30-17:30 Panel 1 (Room A) (Chair: Amy Baylor)
Pedagogical Agent Research and Development: Next Steps and Future Possibilities
Panelists: Amy Baylor, Ron Cole, Art Graesser, Lewis Johnson
19:00-23:00 Conference diner (Scheepvaartmuseum)
Friday, July 22, 2005 — Main Conference
08:30-08:45 Registration (Ground-floor, building A)
08:45-09:00 General Announcements (Room A)
09:00-10:00 Invited Talk (Room A) (Chair: Joost Breuker) (PDF)
Learning with Virtual Peers
Justine Cassell, Northwestern University, U.S.A.
10:00-10:30 Refreshment Break
10:30-11:30 Parallel Paper Sessions 7
Session 7a: Innovative pedagogy 2 (Room A) (Chair: Julita Vassileva)
  • The Activity at the Center of the Global Open and Distance Learning Process (Lahcen Oubahssi, Monique Grandbastien, Macaire Ngomo, Gérard Claës)
  • ArithmeticDesk: Computer Embedded Manipulatives for Learning Arithmetic (Hercy Cheng, Ben Chang, Yi-Chan Deng, Tak-Wa Chan)
  • Long-Term Human-Robot Interaction (Kristen Stubbs, Debra Bernstein, Kevin Crowley, Illah Nourbakhsh)
Session 7b: Learner modelling 5 (Room C) (Chair: Judy Kay)
  • Adolescents’ Use of SRL Behaviors and Their Relation to Qualitative Mental Model Shifts While Using Hypermedia (Jeffrey Greene, Roger Azevedo)
  • Implementing a Layered Analytic Approach for Real-Time Modeling of Students' Understanding (Ronald Stevens, Amy Soller)
  • Making an Unintelligent Checker Smarter (Kai Herrmann, Ulrich Hoppe)
Session 7c: Educational games (Room E) (Chair: Rosemary Luckin)
  • Modeling Learning in Educational Games (Micheline Manske, Cristina Conati)
  • Computer Games as Intelligent Learning Environments (Jason Tan, Chris Beers, Ruchi Gupta, Gautam Biswas)
  • Serious Games for Language Learning: How Much Game, How Much AI? (Lewis Johnson, Hannes Vilhjálmsson, Stacy Marsella)
10:30-11:30 Interactive Events 6 (Room C.611A)
  • Acharya: Tutors for C++ Programming (Amruth Kumar)
11:35-12:35 Parallel Paper Sessions 8
Session 8a: Innovative pedagogy 3 (Room A) (Chair: Albert Corbett)
  • A knowledge-based coach for reasoning about historical causation (Liz Masterman)
  • Teaching about Dynamic Processes: A Teachable Agents Approach (Ruchie Gupta, Yanna Wu, Gautam Biswas)
  • An architecture to combine meta-cognitive and cognitive tutoring: Pilot testing the Help Tutor (Vincent Aleven, Ido Roll, Bruce McLaren, EJ Ryu, Ken Koedinger)
Session 8b: Data mining and machine learning (Room C) (Chair: Diego Zapata-Rivera)
  • Educational Data Mining: a Case Study (Agathe Merceron, Kalina Yacef)
  • Information Extraction and Machine Learning: Automarking Short Free Text Responses to Science Questions (Jana Sukkarieh, Stephen Pulman)
  • Paper Annotation with Learner Models (Tiffany Tang, Gord McCalla)
Session 8c: Adaptive learning environments (Room E) (Chair: Rachel Or-Bach)
  • COFALE: An Adaptive Learning Environment Supporting Cognitive Flexibility (Chieu Vu Minh, Elie Milgrom)
  • NavEx: Providing Navigation Support for Adaptive Browsing of Annotated Code Examples (Michael Yudelson, Peter Brusilovsky)
  • Why is externally-regulated learning more effective than self-regulated learning with hypermedia? (Roger Azevedo, Daniel Moos, Fielding Winters, Jeffrey Greene, Jennifer Cromley, Evan Olson, Pragati Chaudhuri)
11:35-12:35 Interactive Events 7 (Room C.611B)
  • A Tutoring System to Practice Theorem Proving (Sicco Verwer, Mathijs de Weerdt, Jonne Zutt)
12:35-14:00 Lunch
13:15-14:00 AIED Society Open Meeting (Room A)
14:00-15:20 Parallel Paper Sessions 9
Session 9a: Applications 3 - mathematics and science (Room A) (Chair: Roger Azvedo)
  • Design of Erroneous Examples in ActiveMath (Erica Melis)
  • Advanced Geometry Tutor: An intelligent tutor that teaches proof-writing with construction (Noboru Matsuda, Kurt VanLehn)
  • The Use of Qualitative Reasoning Models of Interactions between Populations to Support Causal Reasoning of Deaf Students (Paulo Salles, Heloisa Lima-Salles, Bert Bredeweg)
  • What Is The Student Referring To? (Liew Chun, Joel Shapiro, Donald Smith)
Session 9b: Evaluation and assessment (Room C) (Chair: Jack Mostow)
  • On Using Learning Curves to Evaluate ITS (Brent Martin, Ken Koedinger, Tanja Mitrovic, Santosh Mathan)
  • Evaluating Inquiry Learning Through Recognition-Based Tasks (Tom Murray, Kenneth Rath, Beverly Woolf, David Marshall, Merle Bruno, Toby Dragon, Kevin Kohler, Matthew Mattingly)
  • Iterative Evaluation of an Intelligent Game for Language Learning (Lewis Johnson, Carole Beal)
Session 9c: Collaborative learning 2 (Room E) (Chair: Carolyn Rosé)
  • Using Discussion Prompts to Scaffold Parent-Child Collaboration Around a Computer-Based Activity (Jeanette O'Connor, Lucinda Kerawalla, Rosemary Luckin)
  • Assessing and Scaffolding Collaborative Learning in Online Discussions (Erin Shaw)
  • Thread-based analysis of patterns of collaborative interaction in chat (Murat Cakir, Fatos Xhafa, Nan Zhou, Gerry Stahl)
  • Collaboration and Cognitive Tutoring: Integration, Empirical Results, and Future Directions (Bruce McLaren, Erin Walker, Lars Bollen, Andreas Harrer, Jonathan Sewall)
14:00-15:00 Interactive Events 8 Room C.611A)
  • OntoAIMS: Semantically-aware and User-adaptive Learning Content Management (Lora Aroyo, Vania Dimitrova)
15:05-16:30 Interactive Events 9 (Room C.611B)
  • Exploring meta-cognitive tutoring by the Help Tutor: An Interactive Event (Vincent Aleven, Bruce McLaren, Ido Roll, Ken Koedinger)
15:20-16:30 Poster Session 3 (Ground-floor, building A)
  • Dynamic Authoring in on-line Adaptive Learning Environments (Ainhoa Alvarez, Isabel Fernández-Castro, Maite Urretavizcaya)
  • Enhancing ITS instruction with integrated assessments of learner mood, motivation and gender (Carole Beal, Erin Shaw, Yuan-Chun Chiu, Hyokyeong Lee, Hannes Vilhjálmsson, Lei Qu)
  • Exploring Simulations in Science through Virtual Lab Research Study (Laura Blasi)
  • Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Training and Tutoring (Lane H. Chad, Mark G. Core, Michael van Lent, Steve Solomon, Dave Gomboc)
  • Added value of task model and role of metacognition in learning (Noor Christoph, Jacobijn Sandberg, Bob Wielinga)
  • DCE: A One-on-One Digital Classroom Environment (Yi-Chan Deng, Sung-Bin Chang, Li-Jie Chang, Tak-Wai Chan, Chang Ben)
  • Contexts in Educational Topic Maps (Christo Dichev, Darina Dicheva)
  • Domain-Knowledge Manipulation for Dialogue-Adaptive Hinting (Armin Fiedler, Dimitra Tsovaltzi)
  • How to Qualitatively + Quantitatively Assess Concept Maps: the case of COMPASS (Evangelia Gouli, Agoritsa Gogoulou, Kyparisia Papanikolaou, Mario Grigoriadou)
  • Towards Reinventing the Peer Collaborative Agent (Gahgene Gweon, Carolyn Rosé, Regan Carey, Zachary Zaiss)
  • Discovery of Patterns in Learner Actions (Andreas Harrer, Michael Vetter, Stefan Thür, Jens Brauckmann)
  • Knowledge Extraction and Analysis on Collaborative Interaction (Huang Ronghuai, Liu Huanglingzi)
  • Setting the Stage for Collaborative Interactions: Exploration of Separate Control of Shared Space. (Lucinda Kerawalla, Darren Pearce, Jeanette O'Connor, Rosemary Luckin, Nicola Yuill, Amanda Harris)
  • Computer Simulation as an Instructional Technology in AutoTutor ( Hyun-Jeong Kim, Art Graesser, Tanner Jackson, Andrew Olney, Patrick Chipman)
  • Who Helps the Helper? A Situated Scaffolding System for Supporting Less Experienced Feedback Givers (Duenpen Kochakornjarupong, Paul Brna, Paul Vickers)
  • Using FAQ as a Case Base for Intelligent Tutoring (Demetrius Lima, Marta Rosatelli)
  • Interoperability Issues in Authoring Interactive Activities (Manolis Mavrikis, Charles Hunn)
  • Automatic analysis of questions in e-learning enviroment (Mohamed Jemni, Issam Ben Ali)
  • A Study on Effective Comprehension Support by Assortment of Multiple Comprehension Support Methods (Manabu Nakamura, Yoshiki Kawaguchi, Noriyuki Iwane, Setsuko Otsuki, Yukihiro Matsubara)
  • Applications of Data Mining in Constraint-based Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Karthik Nilakant, Antonija Mitrovic)
  • EarthTutor: A Multi-Layered Approach to ITS Authoring (Kristen Parton, Aaron Bell, Sowmya Ramachandran)
  • Fostering Scientific Learning Communities based on Task Context (Niels Pinkwart)
  • Distributed Intelligent Learning Environment for Screening Mammography (Paul Taylor, Joao Campos, Rob Procter, Mark Hartswood, Louise Wilkinson, Elaine Anderson, Lesley Smart)
  • What’s in a rectangle? An issue for AIED in the design of semiotic learning tools (Erica de Vries)
16:30-17:30 Panel 2 (Room A) (Chair: Gord McCalla)
The Next Big Thing in AIED
Panelists: Tak-Wai Chan, Albert Corbett, Marc Eisenstadt (remote), Monique Grandbastien, Judy Kay, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Julita Vassileva
Evening Farewell Party (20:00-01:00 @ KHL)
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