FLAIRS-2009 Special track on Artificial Intelligence Education
Call for papers: Special Track on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE EDUCATION - The 22nd International FLAIRS Conference (FLAIRS-2009)Sanibel Island, Florida, USA - Sundial Beach and Golf Resort,
May 19-21, 2009.
- Submission deadline: November 23, 2008.
- Acceptance notification: TBA.
- Final versions due: TBA.
Papers are being solicited for a special track on AI Education at the 22nd International FLAIRS Conference (FLAIRS-2009). The FLAIRS Special Track on AI Education is intended to provide a setting in which educators and researchers from all areas of AI can come together to share ideas and approaches for teaching AI at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
We are especially interested in submissions that describe innovative curricular materials, teaching methods, pedagogical experiences, or ways to promote student interest in AI and the participation of underrepresented groups. We welcome submissions on all aspects of AI pedagogy, including, but not limited to:
- Model assignments, course syllabi, software, or other curricular resources
- Implementation of the Computing Curricula 2001 Intelligent Systems area
- AI classroom techniques or innovations for undergraduate and/or graduate instruction
- Intelligent applications for instruction of AI and assessment of such applications
- The use of robots or other hands-on equipment for teaching AI
- Strategies for incorporating AI research into AI courses
- Strategies for encouraging wider student interest and participation in AI
- Descriptions or case studies of successful class projects or other pedagogical experiences
Note: There is a separate special track for Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
Interested authors must submit completed manuscripts for double-blind review by November 23, 2008. Submission guidelines can be obtained by referring to the conference website (http://www.flairs-22.info/). Papers will be refereed and those accepted for presentation will appear in the conference proceedings which will be published by AAAI Press. Authors may be invited to submit a revised copy of their paper to a special issue of the International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools (IJAIT).
Questions regarding the track should be addressed to Todd Neller (http://cs.gettysburg.edu/~tneller/) or Jim Marshall (http://science.slc.edu/~jmarshall/).
Todd Neller, co-chair (Gettysburg College)
Jim Marshall, co-chair (Sarah Lawrence College)
Bob Aiken (Temple University)
Steven Bogaerts (Indiana University)
Debra Burhans (Canisius College)
Zachary Dodds (Harvey Mudd College)
Susan Fox (Macalester College)
David Furcy (University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh)
Ioannis Hatzilygeroudis (University of Patras, Greece)
Ellen Hildreth (Wellesley College)
Tim Huang (Middlebury College)
Frank Klassner (Villanova University)
Simon Levy (Washington and Lee University)
Chun Wai Liew (Lafayette College)
Shieu-Hong Lin (Biola University)
Derek Long (University of Strathclyde, UK)
Antonio Lopez (Xavier University of Louisiana)
Myles McNally (Alma College)
R. Mark Meyer (Canisius College)
Dave Mooney (Shippensburg University)
Jeffrey Pfaffmann (Lafayette College)
John Rager (Amherst College)
Anita Raja (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Ingrid Russell (University of Hartford)
Mehran Sahami (Stanford University)
Gene Simmons (University of South Alabama)
Rebecca Thomas (Bard College)
Ellen Walker (Hiram College)
Richard Wyatt (West Chester University)
Sarah Zelikovitz (College of Staten Island of CUNY)