Call For Papers
Inaugural Special Issue

Submissions are invited for the inaugural special issue of a new completely and permanently free and open-access journal, Computer-Based Learning in Context.


Event Information

Over the past decades, racial and other bias-driven inequities have persisted or increased, diversity remains low in many educational and vocational contexts, and educational gaps have increased. Despite efforts to address these issues, biases based on factors such as race and gender persist. These issues have come to the forefront with recent crises around the world. In this conference, we invite the AIED community to reflect on issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion in regards to the educational tools and algorithms that we build, how we assess the efficacy and impact of our applications, the theories that we build on and contribute to, and within the AIED society. The use of intelligent educational applications has increased, particularly within the past few years. As a community, development and assessment practices mindful of potential (and likely) inequities are necessary. Likewise, planful diversity, equity, and inclusion practices are necessary within the AIED society and home institutions and companies.

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Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands and Virtual
Date: 14 - 18 Jun 2021
General Chairs: Rose Luckin, University College London; Vania Dimitrova, Leeds University;
Program Chairs: Ido Roll, Carnegie Mellon University; Danielle McNamara, Arizona State University;