International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education
ISSN: 1560-4292
Volume 21; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 20:3) online on 14 February 2011
Next issue (volume 20:4) scheduled for June 2011

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Journal Website
aied.inf.ed.ac.uk/aiedsoc.html
Editor-in-Chief
James Lester
Department of Computer Science
North Carolina State University
Box 7535
NC 27695-7535 Raleigh
USA
E-mail: lester@ncsu.edu

Associate Editors
Vincent Aleven
Carnegie Mellon University
USA

Cristina Conati
University of British Columbia
Canada

Judy Kay
University of Sydney
Australia

Advisory Board
William Clancey
NASA/Ames Research Center
USA

Benedict Du Boulay
University of Sussex
United Kingdom

Gordon McCalla
University of Saskatchewan
Canada

Stellan Ohlsson
University of Illinois at Chicago
USA

 
Editorial Board
Michael Baker, France Antonija Mitrovic, New Zealand
Joost Breuker, The Netherlands Riichiro Mizoguchi, Japan
Tak-Wai Chan, Taiwan Claus Moebus, Germany
Richard Cox, United Kingdom Tom Murray, USA
Christopher Dede, USA William Murray, USA
Sharon Derry, USA Peter Reimann, Australia
Pierre Dillenbourg, Switzerland Jeremy Roschelle, USA
Vania Dimitrova, United Kingdom Zahava Scherz, Israel
Isabel Fernandez De Castro, Spain Valerie Shute, USA
Monique Grandbastien, France Carlo Tasso, Italy
Jim Greer, Canada Kurt VanLehn, USA
Peter Hastings, USA Gerhard Weber, Germany
Chee-Kit Looi, Singapore Philip Winne, Canada
Rosemary Luckin, United Kingdom 

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Aims and Scope 
The International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (IJAIED) publishes papers concerned with the application of AI to education. It aims to help the development of principles for the design of computer-based learning systems. Its premise is that such principles involve the modelling and representation of relevant aspects of knowledge, before implementation or during execution, and hence require the application of AI techniques and concepts. IJAIED has a very broad notion of the scope of AI and of a ‘computer-based learning system’. Intending authors should also consult the Guidelines for Authors.
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Official Journal of the International AIED Society
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