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GIFTSym3 Agenda and Location

Added by Sottilare, Robert about 4 years ago

The 3rd Annual GIFT Users Symposium (GIFTSym3) will be held 17-18 June at the Canterbury Retreat and Conference Center, 1601 Alafaya Trail, Oviedo, FL 32765. The agenda follows:

Session 1: Wednesday afternoon - 17 June 2015

• 1300: Welcome – Bob Sottilare

Theme #1 – Applications of GIFT
• 1315: Paper #8: GIFT-Powered NewtonianTalk - Weinan Zhao, Matthew Ventura, Benjamin Nye and Xiangen Hu
• 1345: Paper #9: Using GIFT to Model and Support Students’ Metacognition in the UrbanSim Open-Ended Learning Environment - James Segedy, John Kinnebrew, Benjamin Goldberg, Robert Sottilare and Gautam Biswas
• 1415: Paper #11: GIFT-Virtual Trainer Integration Lessons Learned - Gregory Dukstein and Derek Crane

• 1445: Break

Theme #2: Learner Modeling
• 1500: Paper #10: Developing Persistent, Interoperable Learner Models in GIFT - Gregory Goodwin, Mike Hruska and Jennifer Murphy
• 1530: Paper #6: Characteristics of a Multi-User Tutoring Architecture - Eliot Winer, Joseph Holub, Trevor Richardson, Michael Hoffman, Stephen Gilbert and Michael Dorneich
• 1600: Paper #12: The Unpacking of Team Models in GIFT - Shawn Burke, Jennifer Feitosa and Eduardo Salas

• 1630: Adjourn for the Day

Session 2: Thursday morning - 18 June 2015

• 0830: Welcome

Special Track - GIFT 2015-1 Demonstrations and Q&A
• 0845: Panel on New Features and Future Directions – Bob Sottilare, Keith Brawner, Benjamin Goldberg, and Anne Sinatra

• 1000: Break

Theme #3 – Instructional Management
• 1015: Paper #16: Unsupervised Discovery of Tutorial Dialogue States with Hidden Markov Models – Vasile Rus
• 1045: Paper #5: Motivational Feedback Designs for Frustration in a Simulation-based Combat Medic Training Environment - Jeanine Defalco, Ryan Baker, Luc Paquette, Vasiliki Georgoulas, Jonathan Rowe, Bradford Mott and James Lester
• 1115: Paper #4: Toward a Modular Reinforcement Learning Framework for Tutorial Planning in GIFT Jonathan Rowe, Bradford Mott, James Lester, Bob Pokorny, Wilbur Peng and Benjamin Goldberg

Lunch: 1145–1300 (on your own)

Session 3: Thursday afternoon - 18 June 2015

Theme #4 – Domain Modeling
• 1300: Paper #13: Dimensions and Challenges in Domain Modeling for Adaptive Training – Bob Sottilare
• 1330: Paper #15: The Application of GIFT in a Psychomotor Domain of Instruction – Benjamin Goldberg
• 1400: Paper #18: How to CREATE Domain Content for Intelligent Tutoring Systems - Terry Patten, Max Metzger, Stephen Hookway, Amy Sliva, Samuel Lasser, Jeffrey Wallace and Rodney Long

• 1430: Break

Theme #4 – GIFT User Perspectives
• 1445: Paper #17: The GIFT 2015 Report Card and the State of the Project – Keith Brawner and Scott Ososky
• 1515: Paper #2: The Instructor’s Guide to GIFT: Recommendations for Using GIFT In and Out of the Classroom – Anne Sinatra

Theme #6: Dialogue-Based Tutoring
• 1545: Paper #3: Design of a Domain-Independent, Interactive, Dialogue-Based Tutor for Use with the GIFT Framework - Elaine Kelsey, Fritz Ray, Debbie Brown and Robby Robson
• 1615: Paper #7: Center for Study of Adult Literacy (CSAL) AutoTutor: Integrating Rich Media with AutoTutor Conversation Engine - Zhiqiang Cai, Art Graesser, Xiangen Hu and Benjamin Nye

• 1630: Closing Remarks – Bob Sottilare

• 1645: Adjourn GIFTSym3


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Added by Sinha, Tanmay about 4 years ago

When could we have access to the proceedings?
Thanks a lot!