- Full papers (up to 8 pages). Should describe original, substantive, mature and unpublished work.
- Short papers (4 pages). Should describe original, highly promising and unpublished work, whose merit will be assessed in terms of originality and importance rather than maturity and technical validation.
- Posters and Demos (2 pages). Posters describe original and unpublished work in progress and last minute results. Demos describe educational data mining tools and systems, or educational systems that use EDM techniques.
- Doctoral consortium (up to 3 pages). Should describe the graduate/postgraduate student’s research topic, proposed contributions, results so far, and aspects of the research on which advice is sought. Should be solely authored by the student.
- Workshop and tutorial proposals (up to 3 pages). Workshops provide opportunities for people with common EDMs interests to meet and exchange ideas. Tutorials are more oriented to introducing new (or existing) ideas to a group of people in the community.
Submissions will be accepted through easychair.
Each submitted paper will be reviewed by at least three reviewers. Accepted papers will be published in the EDM2014 proceedings and will also appear online on this website.