Speech and Language Technology in Education (SLaTE2007)
The Summit Inn, Farmington, PA, USA
[SLaTE-2007] Proceedings of the SLaTE Workshop on Speech and Language Technology in Education, Farmington, PA, USA, October 1-3, 2007; Carnegie Mellon University and ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/slate_2007
Alwan Asakawa Balogh Bernstein Black BOGART Brusk Callan Callaway Chan Chao Chen Cheng Chevalier Chipman Cui D’Arcy D’Mello Dzikovska ELLIS Eskenazi (65) Eskenazi (73) Eskenazi (124) Farrow Futagi Graesser Gweon Heilman Heritage Higgins Hirose Hjalmarson Hollingsed Johnson Jordan Joshi (53) Joshi (96) Kakkonen Kamata Kennedy Ketchum King Koedinger Kostin Kulkarni Kumar Litman (17) Litman (57) Liu MacWhinney Makino Maravich Marques-Pita Massaro Matheson McGraw Meron Minematsu (100) Minematsu (116) Mitamura Moore Mostow Mozgovoy Olszewski Ostendorf Pelton Perfetti Petersen Price Rankin Rosé (53) Rosé (96) Russell SENEFF (9) Seneff (41) Seneff (84) Sheehan Stolarski Sutinen Tongia Townshend Valente VanLehn Varadharajan Wang, Chao Wang, Shizhen Ward, Arthur Ward, Nigel G. Wik Wylie Xi Xu Yoshimura Zechner
Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to keynote and invited papers. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts (ISCA members only). Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.
Ellis, Nick C. / Bogart, Pamela S. H.: "Speech and language technology in education: the perspective from SLA research and practice", 1-8.
Seneff, Stephanie: "Web-based dialogue and translation games for spoken language learning", 9-16.
VanLehn, Kurt / Jordan, Pamela / Litman, Diane: "Developing pedagogically effective tutorial dialogue tactics: experiments and a testbed", 17-20.
Wylie, Ruth / Mitamura, Teruko / Koedinger, Ken / Rankin, Jim: "Doing more than teaching students: opportunities for CALL in the learning sciences", 21-24.
Yoshimura, Yuki / MacWhinney, Brian: "The effect of oral repetition on L2 speech fluency: an experimental tool and language tutor", 25-28.
Liu, Ying / Massaro, Dominic W. / Chen, Trevor H. / Chan, Derek / Perfetti, Charles: "Using visual speech for training Chinese pronunciation: an in-vivo experiment", 29-32.
Meron, Joram / Valente, Andre / Johnson, W. Lewis: "Improving the authoring of foreign language interactive lessons in the tactical language training system", 33-36.
Chevalier, Sylvain: "Speech interaction with Saybot, a CALL software to help Chinese learners of English", 37-40.
Chao, Chih-yu / Seneff, Stephanie / Wang, Chao: "An interactive interpretation game for learning Chinese", 41-44.
Xu, Ling / Varadharajan, Vinithra / Maravich, Joyce / Tongia, Rahul / Mostow, Jack: "DeSIGN: an intelligent tutor to teach american sign language", 45-48.
D’Mello, Sidney K. / King, Brandon / Stolarski, Michal / Chipman, Patrick / Graesser, Arthur: "The effects of speech recognition errors on learner²s contributions, knowledge, emotions, and interaction experience", 49-52.
Joshi, Mahesh / Rosé, Carolyn Penstein: "Using transactivity in conversation for summarization of educational dialogue", 53-56.
Ward, Arthur / Litman, Diane: "Automatically measuring lexical and acoustic/prosodic convergence in tutorial dialog corpora", 57-60.
Hollingsed, Tasha K. / Ward, Nigel G.: "A combined method for discovering short-term affect-based response rules for spoken tutorial dialog", 61-64.
McGraw, Ian / Seneff, Stephanie: "Immersive second language acquisition in narrow domains: a prototype ISLAND dialogue system", 84-87.
Wik, Preben / Hjalmarson, Anna / Brusk, Jenny: "DEAL - a serious game for CALL practicing conversational skills in the trade domain", 88-91.
Callaway, Charles / Dzikovska, Myroslava / Farrow, Elaine / Marques-Pita, Manuel / Matheson, Colin / Moore, Johanna: "The Beetle and BeeDiff tutoring systems", 92-95.
Kumar, Rohit / Gweon, Gahgene / Joshi, Mahesh / Cui, Yue / Rosé, Carolyn Penstein: "Supporting students working together on math with social dialogue", 96-99.
Heilman, Michael / Eskenazi, Maxine: "Application of automatic thesaurus extraction for computer generation of vocabulary questions", 65-68.
Petersen, Sarah E. / Ostendorf, Mari: "Text simplification for language learners: a corpus analysis", 69-72.
Kulkarni, Anagha / Callan, Jamie / Eskenazi, Maxine: "Dictionary definitions: the likes and the unlikes", 73-76.
Mozgovoy, Maxim / Kakkonen, Tuomo / Sutinen, Erkki: "Using natural language parsers in plagiarism detection", 77-79.
Sheehan, Kathleen M. / Kostin, Irene / Futagi, Yoko: "Sourcefinder: a construct-driven approach for locating appropriately targeted reading comprehension source texts", 80-83.
Minematsu, Nobuaki: "Are learners myna birds to the averaged distributions of native speakers? - a note ofwarning from a serious speech engineer -", 100-103.
Black, Alan W.: "Speech synthesis for educational technology", 104-107.
Russell, Martin / D’Arcy, Shona: "Challenges for computer recognition of children²s speech", 108-111.
Balogh, Jennifer / Bernstein, Jared / Cheng, Jian / Townshend, Brent: "Automatic evaluation of reading accuracy: assessing machine scores", 112-115.
Minematsu, Nobuaki / Kamata, K. / Asakawa, S. / Makino, T. / Hirose, Keikichi: "Structural representation of pronunciation and its application for classifying Japanese learners of English", 116-119.
Wang, Shizhen / Price, Patti / Heritage, Margaret / Alwan, Abeer: "Automatic evaluation of children's performance on an English syllable blending task", 120-123.
Eskenazi, Maxine / Kennedy, Angela / Ketchum, Carlton / Olszewski, Robert / Pelton, Garrett: "The NativeaccentTM pronunciation tutor: measuring success in the real world", 124-127.
Zechner, Klaus / Higgins, Derrick / Xi, Xiaoming: "SpeechraterTM: a construct-driven approach to scoring spontaneous non-native speech", 128-131.