Workshop Schedule: Building bridges between the educational and the EDM communities

8:45 to 8:55_Welcoming of participants 8:55 to 9:35_Report from the field: the stories of two different learning analytics platforms (Sameer Bhatnagar) 9:35 to 9:55_Enhancing a Web-based Language Tutoring System with Learning Analytics (Björn Rudzewitz, Ramon Ziai, Florian Nuxoll, Kordula De Kuthy & Detmar Meurers) 9:55 to 10:15_Analyzing Student Performance with Personalized Study Path (…)

Call for papers: ADMÉE 2019

Assessment and Learning: Which Combinations? Details and submission forms:www.admee2019.ca Deadline : May 26, 2019 The study session is for researchers, students, practitioners and professionals from various testing and assessment backgrounds and from various fields (education, health, science and engineering, humanities and social sciences, arts, etc.) Thank you for sharing this announcement to your networks as widely as possible.

Workshop: Learning Analytics Building Bridges between the Education and the Computing communities

This workshop is the second edition of LABBEC. It aims to foster insemination between the field of education measurements and education practitioners, and the EDM community. Research contributions will be invited on topics related to the mutual influence between EDM and the education community. Demos of real world applications issued (…)

2019 International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO) Joint Symposium

Mark Wilson and I would like to alert everyone to the 2019 International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO) Joint Symposium to be held 2-5 July in St. Petersburg, Russia. The deadline for extended abstract submissions is 15 November (https://imeko19-spb.org/submission-of-papers/). Of special interest at this Joint Symposium is the addition of IMEKO’s Technical (…)

GRIÉMÉtic’s conference: Response styles and aberrant responding in survey data

By Carl Falk, professor at McGill University November 28, 2018, from 12h to 13h Université de Montréal, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, room A-544 Or Online (live): https://zoom.us/j/692339850   Abstract: The use of Likert-type items is pervasive throughout the social and behavioral sciences (e.g., rate your agreement to a statement on a scale from (…)