Workshop at EDM 2016

The workshop schedule is out

posted Jun 20, 2016, 12:16 PM by Ferry Pramudianto   [ updated Jun 28, 2016, 12:58 PM ]

Check out the detailed workshop schedule on this link

The workshop will be held in the Capital room

Schedule Summary:

8:00      Registration, light breakfast @ Hannover Ballroom
9:00      Keynote: Peering Ahead: The Future of Online Peer Review - Dr. Jennifer Kidd.
10:00    Poster Introduction Session
10:30    Coffee Break @ Hannover Ballroom
11:00    Paper session 1 - four papers, 90 min.
12:30    Lunch @ Hannover Ballroom
14:00    Paper session 2 - four papers, 90 min.
15:30    Break @ Hannover Ballroom
16:00    Panel Discussion : Privacy and peer assessment
17:30    Break (Main Conference Poster setup in Hannover 5-6 pm)
18:00    Dinner, Dancing, & Poster Session @ Sheraton Hannover Ballroom 
(Require registration to the main conference)

Authors are notified

posted Jun 15, 2016, 12:47 PM by Ferry Pramudianto

After the PC members worked hard to provide detailed feedback, we decided to accept the following papers to be presented in the workshop. 

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title

decision

222

When Trying to Be Helpful, Peer Reviews Are Also More Accurate

ACCEPT AS SHORT

223

Peer Review Data Warehouse: Insights From Different Systems

ACCEPT AS SHORT

225

Impact of Revision Planning on Peer-Reviewed Writing

ACCEPT AS SHORT

217

Who Took PeerReview Seriously: Another Perspective on Student-Generated Quizzes

ACCEPT AS FULL

221

Prediction of Grades for Reviewing with Automated Peer-review and Reputation Metrics

ACCEPT AS FULL

224

Probing the Landscape: A Systematic Meta-review of Online Peer Assessment Systems in Education

ACCEPT AS FULL

229

Teaching students to give and to receive: improving disciplinary writing through peer review

ACCEPT AS FULL

218

Assessing the Quality of Automatic Summarization for Peer Review in Education

ACCEPT AS POSTER

219

The role of initial input in reputation systems to generate accurate aggregated grades from peer assessment

ACCEPT AS FULL

226

Automated Metareviewing: A Classifier Approach to Assess the Quality of Reviews

ACCEPT AS POSTER

220

Toward Better Training in Peer Assessment: Does Calibration Help?

ACCEPT AS POSTER

227

Choosing a better moment to assign reviewers in peer assessment: the earlier the better? or the later the better?

ACCEPT AS POSTER

CfP disseminated

posted Mar 31, 2016, 12:09 PM by Ferry Pramudianto

We've sent the call for papers to the SIGCSE-members list (computer-science educators), the POD list (faculty developers, many of whom have authority over instructional technology), to authors who have written on peer assessment in the last year (as cataloged by Google Scholar), and to the 700+ members of the Expertiza mailing list.

Workshop Proposal Accepted

posted Mar 30, 2016, 12:13 PM by Ferry Pramudianto   [ updated Mar 30, 2016, 1:21 PM by Yang Song ]

The previous CSPRED workshop held in conjunction with the Tenth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS 2010). The workshop drew about 30 participants with submissions in the form of full papers, short papers, and posters. Since then, the community of peer review researchers has grown, as evidenced by the fact that Google Scholar has indexed over 300 papers on "peer assessment" in the past year.

We submitted a proposal to organize 2016 CSPRED in conjunction with the 9th International Conference on Educational Data Mining on Feb. 26, 2016. After more than a month, we finally received the good news. We are now working hard to ensure the best workshop experience for the participant, as well as getting high quality papers.

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