- From: Stephen Fancsali <sfancsali@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: edm-announce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2021 15:43:55 -0500
[on behalf of Steve Ritter]
*Deadline Extended – Industry Track papers are due March 15*
CALL FOR INDUSTRY AND INNOVATION TRACK PAPERS *Connecting Research And
Intelligent, adaptive learning technologies that implement recent advances
from AI are becoming more widespread in real-world use. However, there are
still challenges in leveraging the scale, practical experience and
real-world data collected in widespread educational applications to the
innovative techniques used in AIED research.
We welcome submissions discussing educational technologies at different
stages of development, from prototypes being tested in academia or industry
to deployed applications.
For industry participants, this is an opportunity to learn about some of
the most promising new developments in AIED, to present their findings, to
connect with academic and industry partners and to recruit some of the most
competent and creative talents in the field.
For those in the research community, this is a chance to present their
solutions/results and build connections that may result in the
commercialization and wide distribution of new technologies. Papers will be
presented as short presentations in the track session and as
posters/interactive events in the main session.
The Industry and Innovation Track is intended to support connections
between industry (both for-profit and non-profit) and the research
community and to share experiences about how to bridge the gap between
research and innovation in the field of AI and education.
Papers will be reviewed by members of the Conference Program Committee.
Criteria for selection include: appropriateness to the goals of the
Industry and Innovation track, innovation, and potential impact.
Submissions are expected to address the conference theme on “Mind the Gap:
AIED for Equity and Inclusion.”
*Form and Content*
Accepted papers will be presented as short presentations in the industry
and innovation track session and as posters/interactive events. We strongly
recommend the authors to include a section about how and/or if they address
the gap between research and practical innovation.
Please submit your paper at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aied2021
Submissions must be in Springer format. Papers that do not use the required
format may be rejected without review. For further details about the
format, please see
Proposals for this track should be 2-4 pages (4 pages + references).
Please check the dates page
*Industry & Innovation Chairs*
· Steve Ritter, Carnegie Learning
· Inge Molenaar, Radboud University
*Steve Ritter, PhD*
Founder and Chief Scientist
F: (412) 690-2444
*Scientific Learning and EMC School are part of Carnegie Learning*
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