[CITAMS] Writing Analytics, Data Mining, and Student Success 2017
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Mon Nov 7 04:35:30 EST 2016
The 4th International Conference on Writing Analytics:
Writing Analytics, Data Mining, and Student Success 2017
January 12-13, 2017, University of South Florida at St. Petersburg
About: The newly-launched Journal of Writing Analytics and the University of South Florida invite proposals to be given at Writing Analytics, Data Mining, and Student Success. The conference will feature the following speakers, pioneers in the emerging field of Writing Analytics, as well as peer-reviewed presentations. Featured Speakers:
Chris Anson, North Carolina State University, "What Big Data Can Tell Us About Student Writing (and What It Can’t)"
Laura Aull, Wake Forest University, "Patterned Metadiscourse in Academic Genres and Disciplines: Corpus Analysis and Implications for Assessment"
Ryan Baker, University of Pennsylvania, "Discussion Forum and Interaction Data for Predicting Success from MOOCs"
Scott Crossley, Georgia State University, "Summative and Formative Feedback Using Natural Language Processing Tools"
Norbert Elliot, University of South Florida, "Construct Specific Measurement and Massive Data Analysis: Foundational Challenges"
David Eubanks, Furman University, "Latent Semantics in Peer Reviews"
Suzanne Lane, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Using Peer Review and Reasoning Diagrams in Chemical Engineering Courses"
Val Ross, University of Pennsylvania, "Whistle While You Work: Data Mining in the Multidimensional Landscape of Writing Studies"
We invite you to share your research with us as well. Proposals may be submitted via this Google Form. For more information, including CFP and lodging information, visit toolsforwriters.com.
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