The LILE2013 papers are published with ACM as part of the WWW2013 Companion Proceedings.
The LILE2013 proceedings will be published by ACM as part of the WWW2013 workshop proceedings. Beyond paper presentations, the programme will contain a keynote and interactive discussions. A preliminary schedule can be found below. Please click on individual sessions for further details.
- 13:00 – 13:15 Introduction & Welcome
- 13:15 – 14:30 Keynote
- 14:30 – 15:00 Coffee
- 15:00 – 16:30 Paper session 1
- 16:30 – 17:00 Coffee
- 17:00 – 18:30 Paper session 2
- 18:30 – 18:50 Wrap-Up & Best Paper Award
- from 19:30 Workshop Dinner
- Keynote speaker Sweitze Roffel, Elsevier (NL), is currently the senior publisher responsible for a number of leading Elsevier publications in the Computer Sciences, with a special focus on Artificial Intelligence, Theoretical Computer Science and the World Wide (Semantic) Web. Ir. Roffel holds a degree in chemical process engineering from the University of Groningen, and has gained experience in the consumer, business to business and academic publishing industry ranging from customer relations management, electronic product development, and senior editorial management with a variety of global publishing houses such as Sanoma, Wolters Kluwer and Elsevier. With Elsevier since 2004, his main interests include the technological, social and business issues surrounding knowledge dissemination in an increasingly networked world.
- Title: Linking data in and outside a scientific publishing house – a perspective from a publisher.
Publishing has undergone many changes since the 1960’s, often driven by rapid technological development. Technology impacts the creation and dissemination of knowledge only to a certain extent, and in this talk I’ll try to give a publisher’s perspective of some technological drivers impacting Academic publishing today, and how the many actors involved are learning to cooperate as well as compete in an increasingly distributed environment to better turn information into knowledge. Technically, organizationally, and with regard to shared standards and infrastructure. Publishing has been called many different things by many different people. A simple definition is that publishing is ‘organizing content’, so the focus of this talk will be on Elsevier’s current use of Linked Data & Semantic technology in organizing scientific content, including some early lessons learned. This view from a publisher aims to help the discussion on how we can all contribute to better disseminate and promote the enormous creativity made through core research contributions.
- Farhana Sarker, Thanassis Tiropanis and Hugh C Davis – “Exploring Student Predictive Model that Relies on Institutional Databases and Open Data Instead of Traditional Questionnaires.”
- Davide Taibi, Besnik Fetahu and Stefan Dietze. – “Towards Integration of Web Data into a coherent Educational Data Graph”
- Patrick Siehndel, Ricardo Kawase, Asmelash Teka Hadgu and Eelco Herder. – “Finding missing references in learning courses”
- Alexander Mikroyannidis and John Domingue. – “Interactive Learning Resources and Linked Data for Online Scientific Experimentation” (short paper)
- Danica Damljanovic, David Miller and Daniel O’Sullivan. – “Learning from Quizzes Using Intelligent Learning Companions” (short paper)
- Kai Höver and Max Mühlhäuser. – “Linked Data Selectors”
- Ricardo Kawase, Marco Fisichella, Katja Niemann, Vassilis Pitsilis, Aristides Vidalis, Philipp Holtkamp and Bernardo Pereira Nunes. – “OpenScout: Harvesting Business and Management Learning Objects from the Web of Data”
The workshop was followed by an official workshop dinner where also the best paper award will be awarded.
The Best Paper Award is kindly sponsored by LinkedUp. The winners of the LILE2013 Best Paper Award are: