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Workshops and Tutorials



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International AI-ED Society


Note: all AI-ED 2001 presentations are in the University Center on St Mary's University campus (see San Antionio Information for details).

Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th May

Workshops and Tutorials

Monday 21st May

Session 1
9:00am -- 10:30am

Plenary: Invited Speaker - Professor Mike Sharples
Kodak/Royal Academy of Engineering
Professor of Educational Technology
University of Birmingham, UK

10:30am -- 11:00am

Session 2
11:00am -- 12:30pm

Track 1

Track 2

Collaborative Learning and Problem Solving

  • Fostering Learners' Collaborative Problem Solving with RiverWeb
    Roger Azevedo, Mary Ellen Verona, Jennifer G. Cromley,
  • Designing and Evaluating a Collaboration Coach: Knowledge and Reasoning
    María de los Angeles Constantino-González, Daniel Suthers, José Icaza

  • A Framework for Asynchronous Collaborative Learning and Problem Solving
    Marty Geier, Bradley Goodman, Lisa Haverty, Frank Linton, Robert McCready

Case-based Systems

  • Investigating domain-knowledge and reasoning as predictors of diagnostic performance with PATSy.
    Richard Cox, Carmel Lum, Jonathan Kilgour

  • A Case Based Model for a Case Based Forum : Experimentations on Pediatric Pain Management
    Celine Joiron, Dominique Leclet

  • Case-Based Evaluation of Novice Programs
    Hiroyoshi Watanabe, Masayuki Arai, Shigeo Takei


Poster Session 1
12:30pm -- 2:00pm

Session 3
2:00pm -- 3:30pm

Track 1

Track 2

Collaboration and Collaborative Tools

  • An Instructional Design Support Environment for CSCL -- Fundamental Concepts and Design Patterns
    Akiko Inaba, Ryoji Ohkubo,Mitsuru Ikeda, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Jun'ichi Toyoda

  • Supporting Conversations and Learning in Online Chat
    Chee-Kit Looi
  • A Collaboration Monitor for Shared Workspaces
    Martin Muehlenbrock, H. Ulrich Hoppe,

Narrative, Agents and Games

  • Imbedding AIED in ie-TV through Broadband User Modelling (BbUM)
    Rosemary Luckin, Benedict du Boulay

  • Learning by playing - Supporting and guiding story-creation activities
    Isabel Machado, Paul Brna, Ana Paiva

  • Pause the Video: Quick But Quantitative Expert Evaluation of Tutorial Choices in a Reading Tutor that Listens
    Jack Mostow, Cathy Huang, Brian Tobin

3:30pm -- 4:00pm

Session 4
4:00pm --5:30pm

Track 1

Track 2

Pedagogical Agents

  • Extending Intelligent Learning Environments with Teachable Agents to Enhance Learning
    Gautam Biswas, John Bransford, Thomas Katzlberger, Daniel Schwartz

  • Teaching to Plan and Planning to Teach in an Embedded Training System
    Brant Cheikes, Abigail Gertner
  • Lessons Learned in Deploying a Multi-Agent Learning Support System: The I-Help Experience
    Jim Greer, Gord McCalla, Julita Vassileva, Ralph Deters, Susan Bull, Lori Kettel

Multiple Representations and Interface Design

  • VisiGarp: Graphical Representation of Qualitative Simulation Models
    Anders Bouwer, Bert Bredeweg

  • ExploraGraph: Improving interfaces to improve adaptive support
    Aude Dufresne

  • Applying the DeFT Framework to the Design of Multi-Representational Instructional Simulations
    Nicolas Van Labeke, Shaaron Ainsworth


Poster Session 2
6:00pm -- 9:00pm

Tuesday 22nd May

Session 5
9:00am -- 10:30am

Plenary: Invited Speaker - Dr Ken Koedinger
Human Computer Interaction Institute
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Co-Founder, Carnegie Learning, Inc.

10:30am -- 11:00am

Session 6
11:00am -- 12:30pm

Track 1

Track 2

Dialogue I

  • An Approach to Increasing Programming Efficiency in Plan-Based Dialogue Systems
    Reva Freedman

  • Processing Language Input in the CIRCSIM-Tutor Intelligent Tutoring System
    Michael Glass

  • Tools for Authoring Tutorial Dialogue Knowledge
    Pamela Jordan, Carolyn Rosé, Kurt VanLehn

Authoring and Teacher Tools

  • An Automated Lab Instructor for Simulated Science Experiments
    Aaron D'Souz, Jeff Rickel, Bruno Herreros, W. Lewis Johnson

  • A Knowledge-Based Approach to Designing Authoring Tools: From Tutor to Author
    Susanne Lajoie, Sonia Faremo, Jeffrey Wiseman

  • Supporting Teacher Development in Enacting the RiverWeb Water Quality Simulator
    Mary Ellen Verona, David Curtis, Donald Shaffer

12:30pm -- 1:30pm

Session 7
1:30pm -- 3:00pm

Track 1

Track 2

Dialogue II

  • Towards Tutorial Dialog to Support Self-Explanation: Adding Natural Language Understanding to a Cognitive Tutor
    Vincent Aleven, Octav Popescu, Kenneth R. Koedinger

  • Factoids: Automatically constructing and administering vocabulary assistance and assessment
    Gregory Aist

  • Interactive Conceptual Tutoring in Atlas-Andes
    Carolyn Rose, Pamela Jordan, Michael Ringenberg, Stephanie Siler, Kurt VanLehn, Anders Weinstein

Open Learning Environments and CALL

  • The Integrated Learning Model: A Design Experiment in Web-Based Instruction
    Arshad Ahmad, Susanne Lajoie

  • On improving the effectiveness of open learning environments through tailored support for exploration
    Andrea Bunt, Cristina Conati, Michael Huggett, Kasia Muldner

  • A Review of CALL Systems in Foreign Language Instruction
    Johann Gamper, Judith Knapp

3:00pm -- 3:30pm

Session 8
3:30pm -- 5:30pm

Young Researchers' Track

Wednesday 23rd May

Session 9
9:00am -- 10:30am

Plenary: Invited Speaker -Dr. Andrea A. diSessa
Professor of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education
University of California, Berkeley, USA

10:30am -- 11:00am

Session 10
11:00am -- 12:30pm

Track 1

Track 2

Adaptive Hypertext and Navigation

  • A Concept-based Approach to Support Learning in a Web-based Course Environment
    Lora Aroyo, Darina Dicheva, Ivan Velev

  • Navigation Support for Learners in Hypertext Systems: Is More Indeed Better?
    Roland Hubscher, Sadhana Puntambekar

  • Evaluating Features for Conceptual and Narrative Flow in an Adaptive Hyperbook Tom Murray, Janette Gartner, Phil Kelleher

Student Modelling I

  • Mining a Database of Reading Mistakes: For What Should an Automated Reading Tutor Listen?
    James Fogarty, Laura Dabbish, David Steck, Jack Mostow

  • Effects of Inspecting Learner Models on Learners' Abilities
    Rafael Morales, Helen Pain, Tom Conlon

  • SMODEL Server: Student Modelling in Distributed Multi-Agent Tutoring Systems
    Diego Zapata, Jim Greer

12:30pm -- 1:30pm

Session 11
1:30pm --3:30pm

Track 1

Track 2

Evaluation of Systems

  • Computer-assisted oral reading helps third graders learn vocabulary better than a classroom control - and about as well as one-on-one human-assisted oral reading
    Gregory Aist, Jack Mostow, Brian Tobin, Paul Burkhead, Albert Corbett, Andrew Cuneo

  • Evaluating PROSA, a system to train solving legal cases
    Antoinette Muntjewerff, Joost Breuker

  • Evaluating Student Learning Gains in Two Versions of AutoTutor
    Natalie Person, Arthur Graesser, Laura Bautisa, Eric Mathews, Tutoring Research Group

Student Modelling II

  • An Adaptive Web-based Component for Cognitive Ability Estimation
    Ivon Arroyo, Ricardo Conejo, Eduardo Guzman, Beverly Woolf

  • Software Support For Students With Attention Problems
    Chris Eliot, Beverly Park Woolf, Ivon Arroyo, Joseph Beck

  • Neural Network-Based Fuzzy Modeling of the diagnostic process
    Regina Stathacopoulous, Maria Grigoriadou, George Magoulas, Denis Mitropoulos

3:00pm -- 3:30pm

Session 12
3:30pm -- 5:00pm

Track 1

Track 2

Virtual Reality - Chair: Lewis Johnson

Assessing Students' Answers & Task Analysis

  • Plan Recognition in SQL World
    Jim Reye, Alan Wheeldon

  • A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to an Internet Agent-based Tutoring System
    Rhodora Reyes, Raymund Sison

  • Using animations to help students learn computer algorithms. A task analysis approach
    Fleming Seay, Richard Catrambone

5:00pm - 5:30pm -- CLOSING