Call for Tutorials

The Call for Tutorials is now closed

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Prospective tutorial instructors are invited to submit a proposal for AIED2011. Similar to previous AIED conferences, tutorials will run in parallel with other conference activities, such as workshops, for either a half day or a full day. Proposals on advanced topics, new developments with a certain level of maturity and fundamentals of the AIED research are especially welcome. Tutorials should take a broad perspective on the topic, and should not be a sales pitch for a single body of work. Topics should have a direct relevance to the topics of the conference. Attendees are expected to register to the main AIED conference.

Registration fees of tutorial speakers for the tutorial as well as for the main conference are waived.

Format of tutorial proposals

Tutorial proposals should be submitted to the tutorial chairs via email by the date specified below, should be between 2-5 pages and specify the following:

  • Title of tutorial.
  • Instructor(s): name.
  • Brief description of each instructor's experience and background.
  • Desired duration of tutorial: full/ half day.
  • Organisation: Description of the tutorial topic and learning objectives as well as its significance for the AIED community. This may include preliminary and/or follow-up activities planned, materials to be provided to participants, etc. as applicable.
  • The intended audience (experience level and prerequisites; include list of names of potential attendees if you have a particular community in mind).
  • Expected results.

Important Dates

  • Submission of tutorial proposals: 11 February 2011
  • Notification of acceptance: 28 February 2011
  • Tutorial date: 27/28 June 2011


Submit proposals electronically to Riichiro Mizoguchi ( and Bert Bredeweg ( A tutorial proposal must be a single-file email attachment, either in PDF or MS Word format.

Tutorials Chairs

Riichiro Mizoguchi & Bert Bredeweg Contact the Tutorial chairs