Chee-Kit Looi, Gordon I. McCalla, Bert Bredeweg, Joost Breuker (Eds.):
Artificial Intelligence in Education - Supporting Learning through Intelligent and Socially Informed Technology, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, AIED 2005, July 18-22, 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications 125 IOS Press 2005, ISBN 978-1-58603-530-3
12. AIED 2005:
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ton de Jong
: Scaffolding inquiry learning: How much intelligence is needed and by whom?
Amy L. Baylor
, E. Ashby Plant
: Pedagogical agents as social models for engineering: The influence of agent appearance on female choice.
Carole R. Beal
, Paul R. Cohen
: Computational methods for evaluating student and group learning histories in intelligent tutoring systems.
Joseph E. Beck
: Engagement tracing: using response times to model student disengagement.
, Derrick Higgins
: Advanced Capabilities for Evaluating Student Writing: Detecting Off-Topic Essays Without Topic-Specific Training.
Yam San Chee
, Yi Liu
: Conceptual Conflict by Design: Dealing with Students' Learning Impasses in Multi-user Multi-agent Virtual Worlds.
, Roger Azevedo
: Adolescents' Use of SRL Behaviors and Their Relation to Qualitative Mental Model Shifts While Using Hypermedia.
: Personal Readers: Personalized Learning Object Readers for the Semantic Web.
, Andrew Lum
: Exploiting Readily Available Web Data for Scrutable Student Models.
: Pedagogical Agents as Learning Companions: Building Social Relations with Learners.
: A knowledge-based coach for reasoning about historical causation.
: Design of Erroneous Examples for ACTIVEMATH.
: The Effect of Explaining on Learning: a Case Study with a Data Normalization Tutor.
: Formation of Learning Groups by using Learner Profiles and Context Information.
, W. Lewis Johnson
: Detecting the Learner's Motivational States in An Interactive Learning Environment.
Leena M. Razzaq
, Mingyu Feng
, Goss Nuzzo-Jones
, Neil T. Heffernan
, Kenneth R. Koedinger
, Brian Junker
, Steven Ritter
, Andrea Knight
, Edwin Mercado
, Terrence E. Turner
, Ruta Upalekar
, Jason A. Walonoski
, Michael A. Macasek
, Christopher Aniszczyk
, Sanket Choksey
, Tom Livak
, Kai P. Rasmussen
: Blending Assessment and Instructional Assisting.
: Assessing and Scaffolding Collaborative Learning in Online Discussions.
, Amy Soller
: Implementing a Layered Analytic Approach For Real-Time Modeling of Students' Scientific Understanding.
, Tsukasa Hirashima
: Graph of Microworlds: A Framework for Assisting Progressive Knowledge Acquisition in Simulation-based Learning Environments.
Fabio N. Akhras
: An Ontology of Situations, Interactions, Processes and Affordances to Support the Design of Intelligent Learning Environments.
: Exploring Simulations in Science through the Virtual Lab Research Study: From NASA Kennedy Space Center to High School Classrooms.
, Hyokyeong Lee
: Cognitive and Motivational Effects of Animated Pedagogical Agent for Learning English as a Second Language.
, Heiko Seebold
: A Greedy Knowledge Acquisition Method for the Rapid Prototyping of Bayesian Belief Networks.
William R. Murray
: Breaking the ITS Monolith: a Hybrid Simulation and Tutoring Architecture for ITS.
: An Agent-based Approach to Assisting Learners to Dynamically Adjust Learning Processes.
: Fostering Learning Communities based on Task Context.
Erica de Vries
: What's in a rectangle? An issue for AIED in the design of semiotic learning tools.
Young Researchers Track
: Generating Reports of Graphical Modelling Processes for Authoring and Presentation.
Edgar Acosta Chaparro
: Towards An Intelligent Tool To Foster Collaboration In Distributed Pair Programming.
: Online Discussion Processes: How do earlier messages affect evaluations, knowledge contents, social cues and responsiveness of current message?
Jayfus T. Doswell
: PECA: Pedagogical Embodied Conversational Agents in Mixed Reality Learning Environments.
: An Exploration of a Visual Representation for Interactive Narrative in an Adventure Authoring Tool.
: Taking into account the variability of the knowledge structure in Bayesian student models.
: Subsymbolic User Modeling in Adaptive Hypermedia.
: The Effect of Multimedia Design Elements on Learning Outcomes in Pedagogical Agent Research: A Meta-Analysis.
: An ITS that provides positive feedback for Beginning Violin Students.
, Hao Lin
: A Proposal of Evaluation Framework for Higher Education.
: Supporting collaborative medical decision-making in a Computer-based learning environment.
: Logging, Replaying and Analysing Students' Interactions in a web-based ILE to Improve Student Modelling.
: How do Features of an Intelligent Learning Environment Influence Motivation? A Qualitative Modelling Approach.
: Relation-based heuristic diffusion framework for LOM generation.
: From Representing the Knowledge to Offering Appropriate Remediation - a Road Map for Virtual Learning Process.
: Designing Culturally Authentic Pedagogical Agents.
: Incorporation of Learning Objects and Learning Style - Metadata Support for Adaptive Pedagogical Agent Systems.
: Enhancing Collaborative Learning through the use of a Group Model based on the Zone of Proximal Development.
: Tutorial Planning: Adapting Course Generation to Today's Needs.
: Mutual Peer Tutoring: A Collaborative Addition to the Cognitive Tutor Algebra-1.
Jesse S. Zolna
: Understanding the Locus of Modality Effects and How to Effectively Design Multimedia Instructional Materials.
: Some New Perspectives on Learning Companion Research.
Beverly Park Woolf
: Building Intelligent Learning Environments: Bridging Research and Practice.
, Darina Dicheva
: International Workshop on Applications of Semantic Web Technologies for E-Learning (SW-EL'05).