BEST PAPER PRESENTATION RESULTS & STATISTICS

 

Best paper number: 6 

Second best paper number: 7

Third best paper number: 1

 

Congratulations (again ;) to Declan & Vincent for their outstanding paper presentation!

Congratulations also to runners-up Craig &  Manuel, for the 2nd respectively 3rd positions!

How was this computed? Here are the points (best paper: 10 points, 2nd best: 9, etc.; yes, some people evaluated all):

1: 10 + 8 + 8 + 10 + 9 + 8 = 53

2: 9 + 2 = 11

3:

4: 5 + 8 + 8 = 21

5: 9 + 6 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 10 = 52

6: 10 + 8 + 10 + 8 + 8 + 10 + 9 + 10 + 8 + 10 = 91

7: 9 + 10 + 10 + 9 + 10 + 9 + 9 + 9 = 75

8:

9: 3

10: 7 + 9 + 10 = 26

11: 4

21 participants:

Thank you all for participating in this event, for your interesting questions and lively contributions!

See you at the next one!

 

Countries: Nederlands (3), Canada (1), Romania (1), Ireland (1), France (1), New Zealand (1), Korea (1), Australia (1), US (6), Germany (1), Spain (2), UK (2)

 

University members: 18

Industry:  3

Participants comments:

A very interactive session – (some) good papers with lots of questions + discussion following.

Paper list:

Paper 1. Comparing Graphs and Trees for Adaptive Hypermedia Authoring, authors: Manuel Freire and Pilar Rodriguez

Paper 2. Using Schema Analysis for Feedback in Authoring Tools for Learning Environments, authors: Harrie Passier & Johan Jeuring

Paper 3. Creating personalised quizzes both to the learner and to the access device characteristics: the Case of CosyQTI, authors: Symeon Retalis, Petros Lalos

Paper 4. Automatic Generation of Exercises for Self-testing in Adaptive E-learning Systems: Exercises on AC Circuits, authors: Paul Cristea, Rodica Tuduce

Paper 5. Writing MOT, Reading AHA! - converting between an authoring and a delivery system for adaptive educational hypermedia -, authors: Alexandra Cristea, David Smits and Paul de Bra

Paper 6. Evaluation of Adaptive Course Construction Toolkit (ACCT), authors: Declan Dagger, Vincent Wade

Paper 7. Evaluation of Interoperability of Adaptive Hypermedia Systems: testing the MOT to WHURLE conversion in a classroom setting, authors: Alexandra Cristea, Craig Stewart, Tim Brailsford and Paul Cristea

Paper 8. Authoring and delivering adaptable learning objects in SINTEC, authors: Valentin Cristea, Stefan Trausan-Matu

Poster 9. The Cost of Authoring with a Knowledge Layer, authors: Lichao Li, Judy Kay

Poster 10. Telemedicine ontology for AIED, authors: O. Ferrer-Roca, A. Figueredo, K. Franco, A. Diaz-Cardama

Poster 11. New Features of the OPScript Language, authors: Vicente Arturo ROMERO ZALDIVAR, Jon Ander ELORRIAGA ARANDIA, Mateo Jerónimo LEZCANO BRITO, Mikel Larrañaga