We are pleased to invite you to contribute original unpublished work-in-progress or last-minute results to EDM2022.
Note that a paper does not need to use a certain method to be of interest to EDM. The most important consideration is whether the paper has novel implications of interest to the EDM community, which may include development of relevant theories, new EDM methods, evaluations of EDM methods, quantitative or qualitative research on stakeholders’ views toward EDM practices, insights into the EDM community itself, or other ways of discovering knowledge of relevance to EDM.
Topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to:
● Research related to the conference theme this year: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA) in EDM Research and Practice
● Closing the loop between EDM research and learning sciences (e.g., informing EDM via educational theory and vice versa)
● Causal inference of which factors impact—not just predict—learning
● Developing new techniques for mining educational data
● Deriving representations of domain knowledge from data
● Privacy concerns and methods for preserving privacy
● Learner cognition, metacognition, affect, emotion, and behavior modeling
● Learner knowledge and performance modeling
● Educational recommenders, instructional sequencing, and personalized learning
● Institutional analytics (e.g., course sequencing, policy analysis)
● Social and collaborative learning (e.g., social network analysis, discussion forum mining)
● Replicability (e.g., replications in new contexts, platforms to enable replication)
● Improving reproducibility and open science methods in EDM research
All submissions must be submitted for double-blind reviewing.
Posters are 2-4 pages describing your work-in-progress or last-minute results. The references section at the end of the paper does not count towards the listed page limits. All papers should be formatted according to the EDM template, which is available in Word and LaTeX versions (https://educationaldatamining.org/resources/), and will soon be available in the template gallery in Overleaf. Note that the templates have recently changed to improve accessibility—thus, please make sure to use the updated template.
Posters should be submitted to EasyChair (https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=edm22).
Doctoral Consortium Track: We also want to encourage doctoral students to submit to the D.C. track. You will have a chance to present your research and receive meaningful feedback from senior members of the field. Furthermore, this is a great opportunity to discuss more general issues about EDM with these senior members with whom you will interact with for decades to come. Feel free to contact Carol Forsyth at [email protected] or Neil Heffernan at [email protected] if you have any questions beyond what is listed on the website https://educationaldatamining.org/edm2022/calls/
Poster and DC submission due date: 8 AprilAcceptance notifications: 8 May