Welcome to the 4th #CSEDM virtual workshop which will be held during the EDM 2020 virtual conference.
Virtual Workshop Note: Like the EDM conference itself, CSEDM will be held virtually, rather than in-person. We hope this will open the workshop up to wider attendance. We hope to still provide a quality workshop experience, with opportunities for presentation and collaboration throughout the day.
See the Call for Papers for more information on submitting.
The objective of this workshop is to facilitate a discussion among our research community around Educational Data Mining (EDM) and AI in Computer Science Education. The workshop is meant to be an interdisciplinary event. Researchers, faculty and students are encouraged to share their data mining approaches, methodologies and experiences where AI is transforming the way students learn Computer Science (CS) skills.
The 4th CSEDM workshop at EDM 2020 is hosted in cooperation with SPLICE, which promotes shared standards, protocols, and tools for computing education practice and research.
The 2020 CSEDM Data Challenge will be launched during the workshop. The goal of the challenge is to bring researchers together to tackle a common data mining task that is specific to CS Education. In the 2019 Data Challenge, participants competed to create the best student model to predict programming performance. Participants will have the chance to shape the goals and procedures of the Data Challenge.
April, 2020: Open Call for Submissions
June 08, 2020, 11:59 PM GMT -10: Abstract Deadline for Research Papers and Presentation Abstract Submissions
June 15, 2020, 11:59 PM GMT -10: Paper Deadline for Research Papers and Presentation Abstract Submissions
June 29, 2020, 11:59 PM GMT -10: Notification of acceptance for Research Papers and Presentation Abstract Submissions
July 10, 2020: 4th CSEDM Virtual Workshop at EDM
For more information, contact Thomas Price at email@example.com.