This conference will convene researchers who are applying data science approaches to problems of educational concern. It will be held in collaboration with the American Education Research Association (AERA).
Conference presenter's talks have been precorded and posted on the conference website, along with papers and posters. Please view the materials ahead of time, as the live sessions will only feature discussions of the talks.
The interactive component of the conference – where we will have discussions with presenters – will occur on September 18, 2020, from 8am-12noon PDT as a Zoom webinar. In the webinar, we will conduct a series of discussions on each paper session. The discussion sessions will be run by a discussant who has viewed the talks and presenters will field questions posted by viewers in the chat feed. Ultimately, the event will be akin to a public MOOC on educational data science.
The interactive poster session will be held on Discord. Each poster will be discussed on a designated Discord channel, moderated by the author.
Conference Organizers: Daniel A McFarland (Stanford), Ben Domingue (Stanford), Joanna Gorin (ETS), Felice Levine (AERA), Zach Pardos (Berkeley)