Call for Tutorial Proposals

Prospective tutorial instructors are invited to submit a proposal for AIED2013. Similar to previous AIED conferences, tutorials will run in parallel with other conference activities, such as workshops, for either a half day or a full day. Proposals on advanced topics, new developments with a certain level of maturity and fundamentals of the AIED research are especially welcome. Tutorials should take a broad perspective on the topic, and should not be a sales pitch for a single body of work. Topics should have a direct relevance to the topics of the conference. Attendees are expected to register to attend the main AIED conference.

Format of tutorial proposals:

Tutorial proposals should be submitted to the tutorial chairs via email by the date specified below, should be between 2-4 pages and specify the following:

  • Title of tutorial.
  • Instructor(s): name.
  • Brief description of each instructor's experience and background.
  • Desired duration of tutorial: full/half day.
  • Organisation: Description of the tutorial topic and learning objectives as well as its significance for the AIED community. This may include preliminary and/or follow-up activities planned, materials to be provided to participants, etc. as applicable.
  • The intended audience (experience level and prerequisites; include list of names of potential attendees if you have a particular community in mind).
  • Expected results. 

Important Dates:

  • Tutorial proposal submission:  February 4, 2013
  • Tutorial decisions:  March 15, 2013
  • Tutorials:  July 9 and July 13, 2013

Submission information:

Submission will be through EasyChair via the main conference website: Further questions should be directed to the AIED2013 workshop and tutorial chairs, Chee Kit Looi ( and Erin Walker (