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May 30th 23:59 BST early bird registration 7th Educational Data Mining conference #EDM_2014 @IOE_London Hurry Up!

The 7th International Conference on Educational Data Mining is open: - early bird price is £230 and students pay £150

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Call for Workshops and Tutorials

To be held in conjunction with the 7th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM 2014) on July 4-7th, 2014


EDM cordially invites proposals for workshops and tutorials to be held in conjunction with the EDM conference. Proposals for both full-day and half-day proposals will be accepted.

The purpose of EDM workshops and tutorials is to provide an opportunity for participants from academia, industry, government and other related parties to present and discuss novel ideas on current and emerging topics relevant to Educational Data Mining. EDM requires adapting existing approaches or developing new approaches that build upon techniques from a combination of areas, including but not limited to statistics, psychometrics, machine learning, information retrieval, recommender systems and scientific computing. We encourage workshops that bring together people working on new and developing research topics that favour highly interactive discussions. Tutorial proposals are encouraged that go in-depth into topics of interest to the EDM community.

Proposals of tutorials and workshops must provide information explaining how the workshop is of interest to the EDM community, and why a workshop or tutorial on this topic is beneficial.

Proposal requirements and format (2 to 4 pages)

Additionally for workshops, select if it fits in any of the following types:


Accepted workshops and tutorials will have a one-page summary in the main conference proceedings. Additionally, workshop papers will be published in a joint volume in CEUR workshop proceedings (ISSN: 1613-0073).

A selection of accepted workshop papers will be invited to extend their submission (providing a significant contribution beyond the workshop paper) for a special issue in the Journal of Educational Data Mining (JEDM) on Advances and Emerging trends in EDM.

Important Dates

January 21, 2014:       Workshop and Tutorial proposal submission due

February 17, 2014:      Notification of Workshops and Tutorials acceptance

February 27, 2014:      Workshop web site available

March 1, 2014:           Workshop call for papers

April 24, 2014:           Workshop papers submissions due

May 19, 2014:            Notification of acceptance of Workshop papers

July 4-7, 2014:           Workshops and Tutorials day(s) (to be specified)


Submission information:

Those interested in organizing a workshop or tutorial should submit their proposal as a single-file email attachment in PDF format to the EDM2014 workshop and tutorials co-chairs: