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The 8th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems provides a leading international forum for the dissemination of original results in the design, implementation, and evaluation of intelligent tutoring systems and related areas that are represented in prime essays The conference draws researchers from a broad spectrum of disciplines ranging from artificial intelligence and cognitive science to pedagogy and educational psychology.

The conference explores intelligent tutoring systems’ increasing real world impact on an increasingly global scale. Improved authoring tools and learning object standards enable fielding systems and curricula in real world settings on an unprecedented scale. Researchers deploy ITS’s in ever larger studies and increasingly use data from real students, tasks, and settings to guide new research. With high volumes of student interaction data, data mining, and machine learning, tutoring systems can learn from experience and improve their teaching performance. The increasing number of realistic evaluation studies also broaden researchers’ knowledge about the educational contexts for which ITS’s are best suited. At the same time, researchers  explore how to expand and improve ITS/student communications, for example, how to achieve more flexible and responsive discourse with students, help students integrate Web resources into learning, use mobile technologies and games to enhance student motivation and learning, and address multicultural perspectives.

ITS 2006 will be supported by a strong international program committee that will ensure full and effective refereeing of all submitted papers.



Areas of Interest

Original papers related to the design, implementation, and evaluation of intelligent tutoring systems are solicited.  Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:


    Adaptive Hypermedia Evaluation of Instructional Systems Learning Environments  
    Affect and Models of Emotion Human Factors and Interface Design Machine Learning in ITS  
    Agent-based Tutoring Systems Instructional Design Narratives in Learning, Natural Language and Discourse  
    Architectures Instructor Networking Pedagogical Agent  
    Assessment Intelligent Agents Pedagogical Planning  
    Authoring Systems Intelligent Web-Based Learning Situated Learning  
    Case-Based Reasoning Systems Intelligent Multimedia Systems Speech and Dialogue Systems  
    Cognitive Modeling Internet Environments Student Modeling  
    Collaborative Learning Knowledge Acquisition Virtual Reality  
    Digital Learning Games Knowledge Construction Web-based Training Systems  
    Distributed Learning Environments Knowledge Representation Wireless and Mobile Learning  
    Electronic Commerce and Learning Learning Companions    


Submission Guidelines

Papers must describe original and unpublished work; papers currently under review at other conferences or journals cannot be considered for publication at ITS 2006. Proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer Verlag in its Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. An award will be made to the best paper. All submissions will be handled electronically to the ITS Paper Submission System.

Submissions must be in MS word (.doc), Portable Document format (.pdf), or Rich Text Form (.rtf). Submissions must be in English, double-spaced, and not to exceed 5000 words. The cover page should include: title of the paper, names and affiliations of authors, postal address, phone number, email, and an abstract with at least 70 and at most 150 words.The content of the cover page is not included in the 5000-word limit.

Paper Submission Deadline: January 16, 2006

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