July 15, 2020. Thanks everyone for a great virtual BEA workshop! Slides for the workshop presentations are now linked from the schedule. If you don’t see your slides yet, make sure you email them to us.
July 9, 2020. We have posted some useful notes for the new virtual workshop format. Note that this is the first ever virtual BEA, so please bear with us if things don’t work as expected!
SIGEDU is the Association for Computational Linguistics special interest group for building educational applications. SIGEDU organizes the annual workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications – colloquially known as the BEA Workshop. Anyone can become a member of SIGEDU. If you are interested, please fill out this form.
This is a community website. If you would like to share resources, tools, announce job positions, information on related events, or start a discussion on educational applications, you are invited to submit a guest blog post by following the instructions here. All submissions will be reviewed by the SIGEDU executive board and published if approved.
SIGEDU was founded in 2017 and is ACL’s newest SIG. SIGEDU has the following goals:
promote interdisciplinary interest in educational applications.
promote the exchange and distribution of recent developments within the field of educational technology development.
provide means and venues for exchanging news on cutting-edge technology and advances within the field.
promote collaboration both within the ACL community as well as between the ACL and other communities working on educational applications.
The 2019 NAACL Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications was held on August 2, 2019 in Florence, Italy. The schedule is available on the website and proceedings are also online.
Ekaterina Kochmar, University of Cambridge
Claudia Leacock, Grammarly
Nitin Madnani, Educational Testing Service
Ildikó Pilán, Develop Diverse
Helen Yannakoudakis, University of Cambridge
Torsten Zesch, University of Duisburg-Essen
SIGEDU adheres to the ACL Anti-Harassment Policy for the BEA workshops. Any participant of the workshop who experiences harassment or hostile behavior may contact any current member of the ACL Executive Committee or contact Priscilla Rasmussen, who is usually available at the registration desk of the conference. Please be assured that if you approach us, your concerns will be kept in strict confidence, and we will consult with you on any actions taken.