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Jul 5, 2014
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The first keynote speaker of EDM 2015 has been confirmed: Professor George Siemens, Executive Director, Learning Innovation & Networked Knowledge (LINK) Research Lab, University of Texas Arlington; Co‐founder and President of SoLAR, Society for Learning Analytics Research.

Feb 28, 2014
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A selection of accepted papers (both from conference and workshops) will be invited to extend their submission for a special issue in the Journal of Educational Data Mining (JEDM).
Sep 23, 2013
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RT @dgasevic: Slides of #EDM2015Madrid keynote: Personal Learning Graphs (PLeG) by @gsiemens, @dgasevic, @BakerEDMLab http://t.co/yL3zzati…
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Saturday 27

8:30 - 9:00
Registration
09:00 – 10:10 Chair: Cristobal Romero
Keynote: George Siemens, Dragan Gasevic, Ryan Baker: Personal Knowledge/Learning Graph
10.10 – 10.30
(Coffee) break

Room 1: Salón de Actos

10:30 – 11:50 Session 1A: Knowledge tracing (Chair: Zach Pardos)
Michel Desmarais, Peng Xu and Behzad Beheshti. A partition tree approach to combine techniques to refine item to skills Q-matrices
Mohammad Hassan Falakmasir, Michael Yudelson, Steve Ritter and Kenneth Koedinger. Spectral Bayesian Knowledge Tracing. (short)
Francesc Martori Adrian, Jordi Cuadros and Lucinio González-Sabaté. Direct estimation of the minimum RSS value for training Bayesian Knowledge Tracing parameters. (short)
Severin Klingler, Tanja Käser, Barbara Solenthaler and Markus Gross. On the Performance Characteristics of Latent-Factor and Knowledge Tracing Models
Behzad Beheshti and Michel Desmarais. Goodness of fit of skills assessment approaches: Insights from patterns of real vs. synthetic data sets. (short).
Lydia Voß, Carlotta Schatten, Claudia Mazziotti and Lars Schmidt-Thieme. A Transfer Learning approach for applying Matrix Factorization to small ITS datasets. (short).

Room 2: Salón de Grados

10:30 – 12:00 Session 1B: Educational Videos and Games (Chair: Cristobal Romero)
Ankit Gandhi, Arijit Biswas and Om Deshmukh. Topic Transition in Educational Videos Using Visually Salient Words.
Akshay Agrawal, Jagadish Venkatraman, Shane Leonard and Andreas Paepcke. YouEDU: Addressing Confusion in MOOC Discussion Forums by Recommending Instructional Video Clips.
Suma Bhat, Phakpoom Chinprutthiwong and Michelle Perry. Seeing the Instructor in Two Video Styles: Preferences and Patterns.
Zachary Machardy and Zachary Pardos. Evaluating Educational Videos using Bayesian Knowledge Tracing and Big Data. (short)
Valerie Shute, Gregory Moore and Lubin Wang. Measuring Problem Solving Skills in Plants vs. Zombies 2. (short)
Elizabeth Rowe, Ryan Baker and Jodi Asbell-Clarke. Strategic Game Moves Mediate Implicit Science Learning. (short)
12:00 - 13:30
Lunch

Room 1: Salón de Actos

13:30 – 15:10 Session 2A: Modeling affect (Chair: Olga C. Santos)
Caitlin Mills and Sidney D'Mello. Toward a Real-time (Day) Dreamcatcher: Detecting Mind Wandering Episodes During Online Reading.
Shiming Kai, Luc Paquette, Ryan S. Baker, Nigel Bosch, Sidney D’mello, Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Valerie Shute and Matthew Ventura. A Comparison of Face-based and Interaction-based Affect Detectors in Physics Playground.
Nabeela Altrabsheh, Mihaela Cocea and Sanaz Fallahkhair. Predicting learning-related emotions from students' textual classroom feedback. (short)
Maria Ofelia San Pedro, Erica Snow, Ryan Baker, Danielle McNamara and Neil Heffernan. Exploring Dynamical Assessments of Affect, Behavior, and Cognition and Math State Test Achievement.
Luc Paquette, Jonathan Rowe, Ryan Baker, Bradford Mott, James Lester, Jeanine Defalco, Keith Brawner, Robert Sottilare and Vasiliki Georgoulas. Sensor-Free or Sensor-Full: A Comparison of Data Modalities in Multi-Channel Affect Detection.
Yuxuan Chen, Nigel Bosch and Sidney D'Mello. Video-Based Affect Detection in Noninteractive Learning Environments. (short)

Room 2: Salón de Grados

13:30 – 15:10 Session 2B: MOOC discussions (Chair: Osmar Zaiane)
Muthu Kumar Chandrasekaran, Min-Yen Kan, Bernard C.Y.Tan and Kiruthika Ragupathi. Learning Instructor Intervention from MOOC Forums: Early Results and Issues.
Xu Wang, Diyi Yang, Miaomiao Wen, Kenneth Koedinger and Carolyn Rose. Investigating how student's cognitive behavior in MOOC discussion forum affect learning gains?.
Yoav Bergner, Deirdre Kerr and David Pritchard. Methodological Challenges in the Analysis of MOOC Data for Exploring the Relationship between Discussion Forum Views and Learning Outcomes.
Zhuoxuan Jiang, Yan Zhang, Chi Liu and Xiaoming Li. Influence Analysis by Heterogeneous Network in MOOC Forums: What can We Discover?
Nia Dowell, Oleksandra Skrypnyk, Srecko Joksimovic, Arthur Graesser, Shane Dawson, Dragan Gaševic, Pieter de Vries, Thieme Hennis and Vitomir KovanovicModeling Learners’ Social Centrality and Performance through Language and Discourse.
15:10 – 15:40
Coffee break

Room 1: Salón de Actos

15:40 - 17:40 Session 3A: Modeling learning processes and Sequential patterns (Chair: Osmar Zaiane)
Matthew Streeter. Mixture Modeling of Individual Learning Curves.
Christopher Maclellan, Ran Liu and Kenneth Koedinger. Accounting for Slipping and Other False Negatives in Logistic Models of Student Learning.
Engin Bumbacher, Shima Salehi, Miriam Wierzchula and Paulo Blikstein. Learning Environments and Inquiry Behaviors in Science Inquiry Learning: How their Interplay Affects the Development of Conceptual Understanding in Physics.
Shayan Doroudi, Kenneth Holstein, Vincent Aleven and Emma Brunskill. Towards Understanding How to Leverage Sense-making, Induction/Refinement and Fluency to Improve Robust Learning. (short)
Cheng Ye, John S. Kinnebrew, James R. Segedy and Gautam Biswas. Learning Behavior Characterization with Multi-Feature, Hierarchical Activity Sequences. (short)
Kshitij Sharma, Patrick Jermann and Pierre Dillenbourg. Identifying Styles and Paths toward Success in MOOCs. (short)
Bruno Emond and Scott Buffett. Analyzing student inquiry data using process discovery and sequence classification. (short)
Steven Tang, Hannah Gogel, Elizabeth McBride and Zachary Pardos. Desirable Difficulty and Other Predictors of Effective Item Orderings. (short)
Ran Liu and Kenneth R Koedinger. Variations in learning rate: Student clustering based on systematic residual error patterns across practice opportunities. (short)

Room 2: Salón de Grados

15:40 – 17:40 Session 3B: NLP for EDM (Chair: Agathe Merceron)
Laura Allen and Danielle McNamara. You are your words: Modeling Students’ Vocabulary Knowledge with Natural Language Processing Techniques.
Jack Mostow, Donna Gates, Ross Ellison and Rahul Goutam. Automatic Identification of Nutritious Contexts for Learning Vocabulary Words.
Travis Riddle, Sowmya Bhagavatula, Weiwei Guo, Smaranda Muresan, Geoff Cohen, Jonathan Cook and Valerie Purdie-Vaughns. Mining a written values affirmation intervention to identify the unique linguistic features of stigmatized groups.
Nathaniel Blanchard, Sidney D'Mello, Andrew Olney and Martin Nystrand. Classifying Q&A from Teachers’ Speech: Moving Toward an Automated System of Dialogic Analysis.
Borhan Samei, Andrew Olney, Sean Kelly, Martin Nystrand, Sidney D'Mello, Nathan Blanchard and Art Graesser. Modeling Classroom Discourse: Do Models of Predicting Dialogic Instruction Properties Generalize across Populations? (short)
Patricia Goedecke, Daqi Dong, Genghu Shi, Shi Feng, Evan Risko, Andrew Olney, Sidney D'Mello and Arthur C. Graesser. Breaking Off Engagement: Readers’ Cognitive Decoupling as a Function of Reader and Text Characteristics. (short).
Rogers Jeffrey Leo John, Rebecca J. Passonneau and Thomas S. McTavish. Semantic Similarity Graphs of Mathematics Word Problems: Can Terminology Detection Help?. (short)
Sameer Bhatnagar, Michel Desmarais, Chris Whittaker, Nathaniel Lasry, Michael Dugdale, Kevin Lenton and Elizabeth CharlesAn analysis of peer-submitted and peer-reviewed answer rationales in an web-based Peer Instruction based learning environment. (short)
17:45 – 19:30
Posters and Demos (including the Industry Track & DC posters)