The NSF Institute for Student-AI Teaming (iSAT) is happy to announce that members of the Institute will present eight papers, posters, interactive demonstrations, and workshops at the International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM) and the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED), both held in Durham, UK, July 23 - 31st.
The presentations include:
- EDM Paper: Challenges and Feasibility of Automatic Speech Recognition for Modeling Student Collaborative Discourse in Classrooms by Rosy Southwell, Samuel Pugh, E. Margaret Perkoff, Charis Clevenger, Jeffrey Bush, Rachel Lieber, Wayne Ward, Peter Foltz and Sidney D’Mello.
- EDM Paper: Investigating Temporal Dynamics Underlying Successful Collaborative Problem Solving Behaviors with Multilevel Vector Autoregression by Guojing Zhou, Robert Moulder, Chen Sun and Sidney D’Mello.
- EDM Poster: A Deep Dive into Microphone Hardware for Recording Collaborative Groupwork by Mariah, Bradford, Paige Hansen, Ross J. Beveridge, Nikhil Krishnaswamy & Nathaniel Blanchard.
- AIED Paper: How to Give Imperfect Automated Guidance to Learners: A Case-Study in Workplace Learning by Jacob Whitehill and Amitai Erfanian
- AIED Paper: Eye to Eye: Gaze Patterns Predict Remote Collaborative Problem Solving Behaviors in Triads by Angelina Abitino, Candace Peacock, Samuel Pugh and Sidney D’Mello
- AIED Poster: Using Participatory Design Studies to Collaboratively Create Teacher Dashboards by Indrani Dey, Rachel Dickler, Leanne Hirshfield, William Goss, Mike Tissenbaum and Sadhana Puntambekar
- AIED Interactive event: iSAT Speech-based AI Display for Small Group Collaboration in Classrooms by Rachel Dickler, Peter Foltz., Nikhil Krishnaswamy, Jaconb Whitehill, John Weatherly, Michal Bodzianowski,., Margaret Perkoff, Rosy Southwell, Sam Pugh, Jeff Bush, Michael Chang, Leanne Hirshfield, Daeja Showers, Ananya Ganesh, Zeqian Li, Elita Danilyuk, Xinlu He, Ibrahim Khalil Khebour, Indrani Dey, Sadhana Puntambekar, and Sidney K. D’Mello.
- AIED Workshop: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Getting AI Experts and Education Stakeholders Talking. Organized by Rachel Dickler, Shiran Dudy, Areej Mawasi, Jacob Whitehill, Alayne Benson, and Amy Corbitt