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STEM for All Multiplex & Monthly Series

The new STEM for All Multiplex aggregates all videos submitted to video showcases and lets you to search and filter videos from all years. Create playlists based on your interests, favorites, or those from your institution, and share these playlists with colleagues or friends though email, Twitter, and Facebook. New comments can be posted to […]

Call for Nominations for ISLS Fellows

Extended Deadline for Receipt of Materials: February 7, 2020 ISLS has announced a call for nominations for the 2020 International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) fellows. The ISLS Fellows program has three main goals: Honor those who have made major research accomplishments in advancing the field of the Learning Sciences. Identify people who continue […]

ISLS 2020 Doctoral Consortium

The ICLS 2020 Doctoral Consortium, designed to support the development of doctoral students working in the area of learning sciences, provides an opportunity for participants to share their dissertation research with their peers and a panel of mentors. Participants will engage in conversations and activities designed to help them consider approaches and consequences of their […]

ICLS 2020 Early Career Workshop: Interdisciplinarity in the Learning Sciences

This ICLS Early Career Workshop (ECW) will provide a high quality learning and networking opportunity for early career researchers doing work related to computer-supported collaborative learning and the learning sciences. Within the workshop, participants will share their research with peers and experienced ICLS researchers serving as mentors. Participants will engage in collaborative inquiry and scholarly […] seeks research collaborators is an online portal and app for the delivery of curated international film programs ​to young audiences. It was developed at Stanford GSE and the d.School to present the children’s international film festival as an equitable environment for empathetic, cross-cultural, immersive learning with the capacity for directive (D.Pillemer, 2002) impact on childhood autobiographical memory. […]

New Master’s Program in Learning Engineering at Boston College

The Lynch School of Education and Human Development is launching an exciting Master’s in Learning Engineering for Fall 2019. To learn more and to apply please visit and please join our webinar on October 7th or November 6th on Why we need Learning Engineers. The one-year, full-time program prepares you to design engaging and […]

Call for Papers: LAK 2020

LAK 2020 will be March 23-27 in Frankfurt, Germany with the theme “Celebrating 10 years of LAK: Shaping the future of the field.” See the call for papers.The first submission deadline is October 1, 2019.

AI Fairness for People with Disabilities

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in decision-making that directly impacts people’s lives. The AI Fairness for People with Disabilities Workshop at ASSETS 2019 will examine AI fairness, accountability, transparency, and ethics (FATE) for the specific situations of people with disabilities. Researchers, disability advocates, policy makers, and practitioners are invited to submit position papers […]

AIED 2019 – June 25-29 in Chicago

The AIED 2019 conference theme is “Education for All in the XXI Century”. Inequity within and between countries continues to grow in the industrial age. Intelligent information technologies have been proposed to reduce this difference, but may instead increase the digital divide if applied without reflection. Education plays a central role in this problem, as […]