The goal of the Adaptive Instructional Systems (AIS) Conference, affiliated to the HCI International conference, is to understand the theory and enhance the state-of-practice for a set of technologies (tools and methods) called adaptive instructional systems. AISs are defined as artificially-intelligent, computer-based systems that guide learning experiences by tailoring instruction and recommendations based on the goals, needs, preferences, and interests of each individual learner or team in the context of domain learning objectives. The interaction between individual learners or teams of learners with AIS technologies is a central theme of this conference. AISs observe user behaviors to assess progress toward learning objectives and then act on learners and their learning environments (e.g., problem sets or scenario-based simulations) with the goal of optimizing learning, performance, retention and transfer of learning to work environments.
Registration and fee information available at: http://2021.hci.international/registration.html
Note that all presenters and authors of invited papers, regularly submitted papers and posters, invited session organizers, tutorial instructors, program chairs, program board members, and members of cooperating or sponsoring organizations, will receive a discounted registration fee.