This conference is the first in a series of conferences
that serves as a forum for an international community of researchers.
The aim is
to bring together researchers to interact and exchange ideas within the
sciences : distributed decision support, agent based systems, heuristic
optimization, heuristics for data mining, distributed search
· Applied Linguistics : electronic language learning
environments, language testing, CorpusCALL, authoring systems
· Methodology : statistical modelling, item response
theory, data mining, electronic assessment
· Educational Technology : adaptive & adaptable
learning environments, instructional design, game-based learning,
learner characteristics, mobile learning
Submitted research should be situated in at least two of
the four research fields and authors are invited to submit extended
These short papers (try to limit to 1000 words) will give
you the opportunity to present your work at the conference. The
accepted abstracts will appear in a conference booklet and their
authors will be invited to submit an extended version for the reviewed
post conference volume.
22nd Dec 2009: Deadline submission
31st Jan 2010: Decisions to authors
Bernard Veldkamp and Theo Eggen, University of Twente.
Peter Brusilovsky, University of Pittsburgh.
Fridolin Wild, The Open University.