Call for Workshop Proposals

AIED2013 workshops are designed to provide an opportunity for in-depth discussion of current and emerging topics of interest to the AIED community. We encourage workshop proposals that bring together people working on new and developing research topics that favor highly interactive discussions. Those proposing a workshop should provide information that the workshop is of interest to the AIED community, and why a workshop on this topic is beneficial. Workshop organizers and participants are also expected to attend the main AIED conference.

Proposal requirements and format (2-4 pages total length for proposal):

  • Title 
  • Length of workshop: full or half-day 
  • Detailed description of the workshop topic’s importance to AIED community 
  • Description of the workshop content and themes 
  • Names, short biographies, and contact information of workshop chair(s) 
  • List of program committee members. To ensure a workshop is of interest to the broader AIED community, members should be from multiple universities. 
  • Proposed format of the workshop (e.g., approximate timeline) and type of activities (e.g., paper presentations, discussions, demos, etc.) 
  • Please indicate any potential solicitation plans for workshop funding from sources, such as international projects, research networks, or industry. (External funding is not required for acceptance.)

Important dates:

  • Workshop proposal submission: February 4, 2013
  • Workshop decisions: March 4, 2013
  • Workshop paper submissions: April 12, 2013
  • Workshop camera-ready copy due: TBA
  • Workshops: July 9 and July 13, 2013

Workshop publications:

Approved workshops will have a locally printed proceedings independent from the main conference. They will also have a one-page summary in the main conference proceedings.

Submission information:

Submission will be through EasyChair via the main conference website: http://aied2013.memphis.edu. Further questions should be directed to the AIED2013 workshop and tutorial chairs, Chee Kit Looi (cheekit.looi@nie.edu.sg) and Erin Walker (erin.a.walker@asu.edu).