AMADL 2016 - 2nd International Workshop on Affect, Meta-Affect, Data and Learning (AMADL 2016)
Date2016-06-06 - 2016-06-07
Topics/Call fo Papers
Emotions and affect play an important role in learning. There are indications that meta-affect ?knowledge about self-affect ? may also play a role. There have been various attempts to take all these into account both during the design and during the deployment of ITSs. The evidence for the consequential impact on learning is beginning to strengthen but the field has been mostly focusing on the complexities of affective and emotional detection and recognition. Research also needs to be carried out in order to better understand how tutoring systems should respond to what they detect and how they should relate to the learner’s meta-cognitive and meta-affective skills.
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