Second International Workshop on Educational Knowledge Management (EKM 2016)
Bologna, 20 November 2016
A full day workshop in connection with the
20th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management.
Call for papers
The interest in Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management for the educational domain has been growing in recent years. This can be seen in the series of conferences organized by the International Educational Data Mining Society and in papers discussing the role of knowledge management in higher education. As education is increasingly occurring online or in educational software, resulting in an explosion of data, new techniques are being developed and tested, aiming for instance to improve educational effectiveness, determine the key factors to the success of educational training, support basic research on learning, or manage educational training by satisfying the needs of a community, local industry, or professional development. The paper “Knowledge Management for Educational Information Systems: What Is the State of the Field?” written by Christopher A. Thorn in the journal “Education Policy Analysis Archives” put on the need of KM techniques to face current evolution of educational systems especially the mobility of students/teachers involved in interactive learning. Thus, educational systems need KM to support and control the evolution of teaching and learning, and KM techniques must be adapted to education and take into account pedagogic dimensions. We welcome submissions reporting original research related to any problem of managing and exploring information in the educational area in schools, colleges, universities, and other academic or professional learning institutions.
We welcome submissions reporting original research related to any problem of managing and exploring information in the educational area in schools, colleges, universities, and other academic or professional learning institutions. A non-exhaustive list of topics for the workshop includes the following:
- Knowledge management and ontology
- Knowledge management and Multi-agents system
- Data mining and semantic web
- Knowledge acquisition, extraction, reuse
- Natural language processing to improve educational effectiveness
- Providing feedback to teachers and other stakeholders generated from EKM methods
- Generic frameworks, methods and approached for EKM
- Learner or student modeling
- Mining the results of educational research
- Educational process mining
- Improving educational software
- Evaluating teaching interventions
- Integrating data mining and pedagogical theory
- Integration pedagogical dimensions for knowledge appropriation
- Practice learning experiences and techniques
- Improving teacher support
- Semantic annotation
- Linked educational data
- Educational knowledge evolution
- Community of learning and community of practices
We solicit full papers and short papers. Full papers should be of 8-12 pages in length. Short papers should be 4-6 pages and should clearly include Short Paper with the submission. Short papers may be presented as posters or oral. You may indicate your preference with the submission. The papers must be in good English in PDF format and following the Springer Verlag LNCS style. For details see the Springer LNCS Author Instructions.
Papers must be submitted through EasyChair. The link is https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ekm2016.
The proceedings of this workshop will be published at CEUR-WS website.
- Submission deadline: September 15, 2016 29 september 2016 (extended deadline)
- Notification of acceptance: October 6, 2016 8 October 2016
- Camera-ready proceedings: October 20, 2016.
- Workshop will be held on November 20th, 2016.
Inaya Lahoud, Department of Computer Engineering, Galatasaray University, Istanbul, Turkey.
Email: inaya dot lahoud at gmail dot com
Nada Matta, TechCICO team, University of Technology of Troyes, Troyes, France.
Email: nada dot matta at utt dot fr
Fouad Zablith, Olayan School of Business American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon.
Email: fz13 at aub dot edu dot lb
Sebastian Ventura, Department of Computing Science and Numerical Analysis, University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain.
Email: sventura at uco dot es
- Ayako Hoshino, Data Science Research Laboratories, NEC Corp., Kawasaki, Japan
- Catherine Faron Zucker, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
- Davide Taibi, Institute for Educational Technologies, Italian National Research Council, Italy
- Marie-Hélène Abel, Sorbonne universités,Université de technologie de Compiègne, France
- Lisa Beinborn, Department of Computer Science, TU Darmstadt, Germany
- Kai Wing Chu, CCC Heep Woh College, Hong Kong
- Eddie Soulier, University of Technology of Troyes, France
- Nitish Aggarwal, NUI Galway, Ireland
- Lars Ahrenberg, Linköping University, Sweden
- Christophe Paoli, Galatasaray University, Turkey
Student Modeling Method Integrating Knowledge Tracing and IRT with Decay Effect
Shinichi Oeda and Kouta Asai
A Formalization Of Standard Knowledge And Skills For The French Elementary School Curricula
Oscar Rodríguez Rocha and Catherine Faron Zucker
Learning from Design projects : How to keep track and learn from knowledge produced in daily activity
Nada Matta, Guillaume Ducellier, Hassan Atifi
Towards an architecture for universities management
Inaya Lahoud and Fatma Chamekh
Towards an Ontology-based Representation of Accessibility Profiles for Learners
Mirette Elias, Steffen Lohmann and Sören Auer
Learning scorecard: monitor and foster student learning through gamification
Elsa Cardoso, Diogo Santos, Daniela Costa, Filipe Caçador, António Antunes and Rita Parada
9:15-10:30 session I
9:15-9:40 Towards an Ontology-based Representation of Accessibility Profiles for Learners (Mirette Elias, Steffen Lohmann and Sören Auer)
9:40-10:05 A Formalization Of Standard Knowledge And Skills For The French Elementary School Curricula (Oscar Rodríguez Rocha and Catherine Faron Zucker)
10:05–10:30 Towards an architecture for universities management: Assisting students in the choice of their specialization (Inaya Lahoud and Fatma Chamekh)
10:30-11:00: coffee break
11:00-12:30: session II
11:00-11:25 Learning from Design projects: How to keep track and learn from knowledge produced in daily activity (Nada Matta, Guillaume Ducellier, Hassan Atifi)
11:25-11:50 Learning scorecard: monitor and foster student learning through gamification (Elsa Cardoso, Diogo Santos, Daniela Costa, Filipe Caçador, António Antunes and Rita Parada)
11:50-12:15 Student Modeling Method Integrating Knowledge Tracing and IRT with Decay Effect (Shinichi Oeda and Kouta Asai)
12:15-12:55 Invited talk: an Experience of use KM in Teaching at UTT (Nada Matta)
Discussion and end of workshop
You may contact the organisers at the mail addresses given above.