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Welcome to the online home of AIED 2011. Thank you to everyone who helped make this conference a success! This includes all the authors, reviewers, participants, programme and organisation committees, sponsors, and volunteers. We look forward to seeing all of you at AIED 2013!

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The AIED 2011 proceedings in LNAI 6738 is available online. More information about this publication can be found on the Information about LNAI 6738 page. (Info from Springer)

Recent news

From the Programme Chairs ...

A number of researchers have requested an extension for extending the submission deadline for AIED 2011 because the current date runs into proposal and project report submission deadlines. To accommodate these requests, the submission deadline for full papers, posters, and YRT papers is extended to midnight GMT on January 21, 2011 (Friday). This is a hard deadline, and no further extensions will be accommodated.

Thank you,

AIED 2011 Programme Chairs

Time to submit your Full, Poster, and YRT papers ...

The deadline for paper, poster, and YRT submissions is fast approaching. Please submit your papers through EasyChair by midnight (GMT), 17 January 2011.

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Just released: Call for Tutorials

The Tutorial Chairs have just released the Call for Tutorials, with instructions for prospective tutorial instructors to submit a 2-5 page proposal for their intended tutorial. The tutorials will run during the first two days (27th and 28th of June) in parallel with other conference activities.

Deadlines extended for Full Papers and Poster submission!

Editor's note: The YRT submission deadline has also been extended to 17 January 2011.

The Programme Chairs have extended the submission deadlines for Full Papers and Poster Papers to 17 January 2011 (23:59 GMT)! The Call for Papers has now been updated. If you are planning to submit a Full Paper or a Poster Paper, take a look at the Call for Papers, download the appropriate LaTeX/Word template, then prepare and submit your paper according to the instructions.

Submissions for AIED 2011 are now open

The Programme Chairs have opened submissions for AIED 2011.

Time to start writing!

Editor's note: The dates advertised here have changed. Please check the Important dates page for the updated deadlines.

The various calls for the AIED 2011 (including the Final Call for Papers) have now been released. It is time for those of you who have been working in the various areas of AIED research to start writing a paper or a proposal to submit to one of the various forums of the AIED 2011 (e.g. main conference, workshops, IE, YRT/DC). This is a great way to let the community know about your work (and get your work published) through a high-quality, peer-reviewed conference. The conference is also an awesome opportunity to get involved in the community; the picturesque location is just an added bonus!

So ... check out the calls, download the Word/LaTeX templates, and start writing. Full papers (8 pages) are due by 12 Jan 2011. Poster papers (3 pages) describing work in progress (with possibly early results) are due by 14 Jan 2011. The proceedings will be published in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science/Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series.

Workshop proposals wanted

The AIED 2011 Workshop chairs have just released the Call for Workshops. This is where potential workshop organisers can put forward their proposals for possible workshops to be run on the days prior to the main conference. The AIED workshops provide an interactive forum for in-depth discussion of current and emerging topics, bringing people together who are working on new and developing research topics.

Calling all young researchers ....

Are you a young researcher? Are you undertaking postgraduate studies? If so, the AIED 2011 Young Researcher's Track / Doctoral Consortium is just for you! Participating in the YRT will give you invaluable opportunities to develop your research skills in a safe environment - where experienced researchers put on their "mentoring hats" to provide feedback, guidance, and advice.