CfP - Workshop on Education Informatics: Steps Toward the International Internet Classroom
Could an international group provide free access to primary and secondary school curricula, aligned with national, state and local standards, delivered by our best AI tutoring technologies, in several languages, over the Internet? The purpose of this workshop is to discuss the feasibility of an International Internet Classroom Project.
July 21,22, 2008
- European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Patras, Greece
We seek papers, including position papers, from all sectors ---
academia, industry and government --- on available sources of content,
tools, platforms, student modeling methods, educational data mining
techniques, pedagogical strategies, modes of content delivery, data and
content markup and standards, and concrete experiences deploying
technology-based education. Authors are encouraged to present their
research, systems, tools, evaluations and deployment experiences in
terms of and as contributions to what we hope will become the
International Internet Classroom Project.
Enquiries are welcome. Please contact Paul Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org.