Publications

2019

Andy Smith, Samuel Leeman-Munk, Angela Shelton, Bradford Mott, Eric Wiebe, and James Lester. A Multimodal Assessment Framework for Integrating Student Writing and Drawing in Elementary Science Learning. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 12(1), 3-15, 2019.

2016

Andy Smith, Osman Aksit, Wookhee Min, Eric Wiebe, Bradford Mott, and James Lester. Integrating Real-Time Drawing and Writing Diagnostic Models: An Evidence-Centered Design Framework for Multimodal Science Assessment. Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, pp. 165-175, Zagreb, Croatia, 2016.
Angela Shelton, Andy Smith, Eric Wiebe, Courtney Behrle, Ruth Sirkin, and James Lester. Drawing and Writing in Digital Science Notebooks: Sources of Formative Assessment Data. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 23(3), 474-488, 2016.

2015

James Lester, Bradford Mott, Jonathan Rowe, and Robert Taylor. Design Principles for Pedagogical Agent Authoring Tools. Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Volume 3 - Authoring Tools & Expert Modeling Techniques, Sottilare, R., Graesser, A., Hu, X., and Brawner, K. (Eds.), pp. 151-160, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Orlando, Florida, 2015.
Andy Smith, Wookhee Min, Bradford Mott, and James Lester. Diagrammatic Student Models: Modeling Student Drawing Performance with Deep Learning. Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization, pp. 216-227, Dublin, Ireland, 2015.
Samuel Leeman-Munk, Andy Smith, Bradford Mott, Eric Wiebe, and James Lester. Two Modes are Better Than One: A Multimodal Assessment Framework Integrating Student Writing and Drawing. Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, pp. 205-214, Madrid, Spain, 2015.

2014

Andy Smith, Eric Wiebe, Bradford Mott, and James Lester. SketchMiner: Mining Learner-Generated Science Drawings with Topological Abstraction. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Educational Data Mining, pp. 288-291, London, England, 2014.
Samuel Leeman-Munk, Angela Shelton, Eric Wiebe, and James Lester. Towards Domain-Independent Assessment of Elementary Students’ Science Competency using Soft Cardinality. Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications, pp. 61-67, Baltimore, Maryland, 2014.
Robert Taylor, Andy Smith, Samuel Leeman-Munk, Bradford Mott, and James Lester. Towards ITS Authoring Tools for Domain Experts. Proceedings of the ITS Workshop on Intelligent Tutoring System Authoring Tools: Harvesting the Current Crop and Planting Seeds for the Future, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2014.
Bradford Mott, Jonathan Rowe, Wookhee Min, Robert Taylor, and James Lester. Flare: An Open Source Toolkit for Creating Expressive User Interfaces for Serious Games. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2014.
Samuel Leeman-Munk, Eric Wiebe, and James Lester. Assessing Elementary Students' Science Competency with Text Analytics. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge, pp. 143-147, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2014.

Presentations

2015

Courtney Behrle, Angela Shelton, and Eric Wiebe. Analyzing Effectiveness of Scaffolding to Promote Argumentation and Conceptual Understanding in an Electronic Science Notebook. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 2015.
Angela Shelton, Andy Smith, Eric Wiebe, Courtney Behrle, and Ruth Sirkin. Digital Science Notebooks as a Means for Assessing Student Understanding Through Drawing and Writing. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 2015.

2014

Courtney Behrle, Lindsay Patterson, Angela Shelton, and Eric Wiebe. Argumentation Opportunities and Support Using Traditional and Electronic Science Notebooks: A comparative study. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2014.
Angela Shelton, Eric Wiebe, Courtney Behrle, Lindsay Patterson, and Allison Lamb. Effects of Scaffolding on the Quality of Elementary Students’ Scientific Argumentation. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2014.
Andy Smith, Angela Shelton, Samuel Leeman-Munk, Courtney Behrle, Elysa Corin, Eric Wiebe, Robert Taylor, Bradford Mott, and James Lester. Investigating Tutor-Student Interactions with a Digital Science Notebook. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2014.

2013

Samuel Leeman-Munk, Eric Wiebe, and James Lester. Mining Student Science Argumentation Text To Inform An Intelligent Tutoring System. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2013.
Eric Wiebe, Michael Carter, Lindsay Patterson, Chip Sheffield, Megan Frankosky, and Miles Smaxwell. Electronic Science Notebooks and Argumentation: Analysis of Student Writing. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2013.
Eric Wiebe, Angela Shelton, Lindsay Patterson, Megan Frankosky, Michael Carter, and Chip Sheffield. Elementary Students Use of Argumentation and Evidentiary Support In Science Notebooks. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, 2013.

2012

Eric Wiebe, Jennifer London, John Bedward, Marc Russo, Bradford Mott, Robert Taylor, and James Lester. Understanding Visual Characteristics in Virtual Digital Assistants that Support Positive Affect in Learning Elementary Science. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2012.
Eric Wiebe, Jennifer London, Melissa Jones, and John Bedward. Avatar Attributes and a Third Space: Supporting Positive Affect in Learning Science through Virtual Digital Assistants. National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2012.

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