Stat.Edu21 focuses on adaptive learning systems in the field of Higher Education as a complementary tool for traditional courses. In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in using technology in education to support students in learning processes. Among them, technology-based platforms to assist traditional learning methodologies have been implemented.
The conference is the final event of the “ALEAS – Adaptive LEArning in Statistics” ERASMUS+ project and aims to share results about the impact of ALEAS and promote a community of practice in this field. ALEAS aimed to implement an adaptive system for advising in learning Statistics, with a focus on students enrolled in human and social degree programs. In this sense, the ALEAS system offers customized learning paths to help these students cope with statistical anxiety and lack of motivation.
Contributed papers from scholars and practitioners are invited on any of the topics below as well as on related issues:
- Adaptive learning systems
- Artificial intelligence in education and learning
- Learning analytics
- Self learning and innovative technologies
- Statistical methods and models for assessing learners‘ ability
- Statistical methods for adaptive systems
- Students’ attitudes towards statistics assessment
- Technology-based platforms in higher education
- Tutoring systems for teaching and assessing in higher education
Stat.Edu21 is organized jointly by the University of Naples Federico II and ALEAS Consortium. Due to the growing concern around the coronavirus (COVID-19), the event will be held as live virtual event on 25-26 March 2021.
Accepted papers will be included in the Stat.Edu21 Proceedings – New perspectives in Statistics Education published by FEDOA with ISBN (http://www.fedoa.unina.it). A selection of papers presented at the conference will be published, after a review process, in a Special Issue of the Italian Journal of Applied Statistics (https://www.sa-ijas.org/ojs/index.php/sa-ijas).