TEL at ECTEL 2011

The Sixth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, themed ‘Towards Ubiquitous Learning’ was held on September 20-23 in Palermo, Italy and a number of TEL colleagues contributed including Professor Mike Sharples of the TEL nQuire/PI project and Professor Rose Luckin, leader of the TEL AI in ED thematic strand.

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TEL at AIED 2011

TEL PI project leader Professor Mike Sharples reports on TEL’s input to the 2011 Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED) conference in Auckland, New Zealand.

“The 15th Annual conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education was held in Auckland, New Zealand, from 28th June to 1st July 2011. Originally planned for Christchurch, the event had to be moved following . . . → Read More: TEL at AIED 2011

AI in Education 2011 – Final call

The 15th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2011) is the next in a longstanding series of biennial international conferences for high quality research in intelligent systems and cognitive science for education and training applications.

The conference provides opportunities for the cross-fertilization of approaches, techniques and ideas from the many areas that make up this . . . → Read More: AI in Education 2011 – Final call

AI in Education: Materials from first advisory group meeting now available

The Artificial Intelligence in Education strand advisory group met recently and discussed the key themes from the ITS conference from 2002 to 2010.

“In 2002 ITS aimed to broaden its scope beyond AI and include more applied work. Three emerging areas of interest were identified and characterised as ‘the web and agents on it’, ‘evaluation’ and ‘dialogues’. . . . → Read More: AI in Education: Materials from first advisory group meeting now available

Artificial Intelligence in Education

Rose Luckin, from London Knowledge Lab, writes to introduce the topic of Artificial Intelligence in Education:

“AIED draws together work from multiple disciplines, in particular: computer science, education and psychology to explore ways in which learning and teaching can benefit from technology that draws upon research in Artificial Intelligence (AI). The nature of the research conducted under . . . → Read More: Artificial Intelligence in Education

Call for papers: Journal of Intelligent Learning Systems and Applications

JISLA (a journal published by Scientific Research Publishing, USA) is available without charge to students, specialists and scholars around the world through: http://www.scirp.org/journal/jilsa.

Submit your manuscript at http://www.papersubmission.scirp.org/login.jsp

Accepted manuscripts will be edited for style and the references checked. Articles are indexed by Library of Congress, Gale, . . . → Read More: Call for papers: Journal of Intelligent Learning Systems and Applications

New book: Re-designing Learning Contexts

Rose Luckin, Coordinator of the TLRP-TEL thematic strand on Artificial Intelligence in Education has written a new book entitled ‘Re-designing Learning Contexts: Technology-rich, Learner-centred Ecologies’.

TLRP-TEL Director Richard Noss said: “There is no greater challenge in the field of education than to understand the role of context in learning. How is learning shaped by context? Is context . . . → Read More: New book: Re-designing Learning Contexts

Artificial Intelligence Tools: Call for papers

The International Journal of Artificial Intelligence Tools is producing a special issue on “AI tools for HIC (Human-Computer Interaction) Modelling”. The deadline for papers is September 14th 2009.

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