The International Conference for Media in Education (ICoME) was initiated in 2002 by Korean Association for Educational Information and Media (KAEIM) and Japan Association for Educational Media Study (JAEMS). ICoME has been held twice in China: The first one was in 2012 at Beijing Normal University and the second in 2015 at the Northeast Normal University. This year it is coming to Shenzhen, China, during 23 to 25 July. Our 2019 theme is Artificial Intelligence + Education. The Conference is jointly organized by the Southern University of Science and Technology and the UNESCO International Centre for Higher Education Innovation.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a convergence of a widening spectrum of frontier technologies, and it has garnered the potential to bring new possibilities for sustainable development and societal change (UNESCO, 2019). In particular, AI has the potential to accelerate the process of achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) on the provision of inclusive, equitable, quality education and lifelong learning opportunities. It promises to reduce barriers to access, automate management processes, analyze learning patterns and optimize learning processes with a view to improving learning outcomes. However, the penetration of AI in education comes with concerns about ethics, security and privacy protection. And in the absence of policy intervention, the commercial deployment of AI may also exacerbate digital divides and deepen existing learning inequalities.
“Artificial intelligence can be a great opportunity to accelerate the achievement of sustainable development goals. But any technological revolution leads to new imbalances that we must anticipate.”
Meanwhile, AI is fueling disruptive changes across sectors, and therefore is raising fundamental questions about how education can prepare individuals to live and work together with AI effectively and to foster inclusive societies. It is posing new challenges pertinent to all areas of education such as policy planning, promoting equity and gender equality, curriculum and resources development, teacher education, and skills development.
To maximize AI’s benefits and mitigate its potential risks, it requires system-wide planning and collective actions to rethink and reinvent the foundation of education, as long as inputs from all stakeholders, including policy makers, system managers, and teachers, and others. The conference will start with keynote speeches, followed by a series of parallel discussions, workshops and debate. During the conference, exhibitions and workshops will be organized by high-tech companies, as our efforts to bridge the theory and practice.
Goals and Objectives
ICoME 2019 aims to build a platform for scholars, technicians, and entrepreneurs to:
• Navigate the policy making and institutional administration regarding the integration of AI to the educational sector for future development;
• Exchange information on the latest AI trends around the world: how these trends are shaping the landscape of teaching and learning? What knowledge and skills are needed for students for the future workplace? How to conduct scientific observation, evaluation and research of relevant educational phenomenon?
• Promote the international collaboration for equitable, inclusive, and transparent use of AI in education: how to create lifelong learning opportunities for all, how to empower education in developing countries, and how to approach the gender and ethical issues?
A synthesis report as the main achievements and outcomes of the Conference will be published.
ICoME 2019 is expecting more than 500 participants, including representatives from universities and international organizations, leaders of the AI industry, academic experts, policy makers and practitioners.
Theme and Subthemes
Under the theme of Artificial Intelligence + Education, ICoME 2019 seeks to facilitate high-level discussion, knowledge sharing, sector-wide strategy planning, and partnership incubation. Keynote speeches given by the leaders from the education sector and the AI industry, plenary panels, breakout sessions will be organized under the following sub-themes:
Online Education + AI
Social Media and Educational Communication
Education Ecosystem of AI
AI and Humanistic
Ethics in AI + Education
Innovative Schools and Future Education
Data-based Learning Interventions and Learning Analytics
VR/AR/MR for Learning
Innovative Learning Space: Maker Space, Learning Center
AI in Sustainable Development Goal 4(SDG 4)
AI in Primary and Secondary School Education Forum
We welcome contributions from all stakeholders that address the ways AI will shape the future of education.
We look forward to seeing you in Shenzhen, China!
|1||Research review on media literacy education since the 21st century||Shuli Wang, Kaiyu Yi , Zhixian Zhong||Jiangxi Normal University|
|2||Research on the construction of public emotional model on educational public opinion in social media||Tan Li ,Xuning Guo , Jingyu Huang , Tongtong Li||Tianjin Normal University|
|3||The aspiration and challenges of ICT enabled higher education in Ethiopia: the case of addis ababa university||Wei Ye||Southern university of science and technology|
|4||How to improve the education in the “intelligent +” era: evidence based on quantitative evaluation||Lu Hang, Zhang Xiangling||Beijing Normal University|
|5||Data security and governance paths on “Ai + education” : from the perspective of the responsibility ethics.||WANG Shuangshuang, YI Kaiyu, ZHONG Zhixian||Jiangxi Normal University|
|6||Educational event evolutionary graphs: construction, applications and challenges||Zhang Xiangling, Shen Yang, Wang Shuzhi, Wang Bin||Beijing Normal university|
|7||Design and application research of cognitive learning RM2A model for STEM project based on the gesture-based technology||Zixun Hua, Can Cui, Ziyi Dong, Xin Li||South China Normal University|
|8||Research on the humanistic value of artificial intelligence education||GU Ziyang, Qin Yifeng, Ma Zongbing||South China Normal University|
|9||Cold Thinking f of AI in Education--An Analysis Based on Teaching New Constructionism||LIU Qian||Yan'an University|
|10||Research on the Practical Path of "How to be a Future Teacher" in the Era of AI||WANG Qi, YI Kaiyu, ZHONG Zhixian||Jiangxi Normal University|
|11||The changing process of Chinese teacher`s beliefs when using thinking tools||ZHANG Xiaohong, Mayumi Kubota, Kenichi Kubota, LI Kedong||Kansai University, South China Normal University|
|12||Experiential Learning in Blended Environments: Exploring Activities that Develop Cultural Intelligence||Peter W. Roux, Katsuaki Suzuki, Ryuchi Matsuba, Yoshiko Goda,||Saga University & Kumamoto University|
|13||Designing a Learning Environment for Pre-Service Training at an Active Learning Classroom||Yao KE, Kenichi KUBOTA||Kansai University|
|14||Clarification of the Problems that International Students in Japan Suffer||Toshiki Matsuda||Nihon Fukushi University|
|15||Implementation of Stealth Assessment to Career Interest Test for Elementary Student||XU Chanchan, Jeeheon Ryu, Chaeyeon Kim, Eunseo Ju||Chonnam National University|
|16||Survey Research for Collaborative Online International Learning||Miku Kasuga，Yayoi Anzai||Musashino University, Aoyama Gakuin University|
|17||UX Design of Augmented Reality for the Young Users||Kukhyeon Kim, Jeeheon Ryu, Min Cho, Yewon Lee||Chonnam National University|
|18||Research Trends on Cognitive Load Theory in Korea||Chanmi Kim, Jeongim Kwon, Juhyup Seok, Wooyong Eom||Keimyung University|
|19||Current Status and Prospects of Online Education for Elementary and Middle School Provided by Korean Government||Kwak Bum-duc, Kim Mi-ran, Eom Wooyong||Keimyung University|
|20||Using Brainwaves to Understand Learner Activities in Different Types of Learning Materials||Sunah Lee,Hoseung Byun||Chungbuk National University|
|21||An Empirical Study to Promote Deep Active Learning through ICTs - by Improving the Process of Internalization and Externalization of Reading Circles Learning-||Qihui HU,Yoichi NONAKA||Tokyo Gakugei University，Yokohama National University|
Please register before July 22, 2019.
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|No||Name||Title in ICoME||Country|
|1||DING Xin||Vice President and Secretary General of CAET||China|
|2||LI Kedong||Professor of South China Normal University||China|
|3||LI Ming||Professor of Southern University of Science and Technology||China|
|4||ZHONG Shaochun||Professor of Northeast Normal University||China|
|5||HUANG Ronghuai||Professor of Beijing Normal University||China|
|6||XIE Youru||Professor of South China Normal University||China|
|7||Gu Xiaoqing||Professor of East China Normal University||China|
|8||HAN Wei||Professor of Southern University of Science and Technology||China|
|9||DONG Yuqi||Professor of Shanghai Normal University||China|
|10||SHANG Junjie||Professor of Beijing University||China|
|11||ZHAO Jianhua||Professor of Southern University of Science and Technology||China|
|12||DAI Yun||Associate Professor of Southern University of Science and Technology||China|
|13||ZHENG Xiaoli||Associate Professor of Wenzhou University||China|
|14||Wakio Oyanagi||President of JEAMS||Japan|
|15||Makiko KISHI||Chief of Japanese ICoME committee, JEAMS; Professor of Meiji University||Japan|
|16||Makoto Kageto||Deputy of Japanese ICoME committee, JEAMS; Professor of Nihon Fukushi University||Japan|
|17||Ryota Yamamoto||Deputy of Japanese ICoME committee, JEAMS; Professor of The University of Tokyo||Japan|
|18||Kenichi Kubota||Observer, JAEMS；Professor of Kansai Univesity||Japan|
|19||Ji-Yeon LEE||Professor of Inha University||Korea|
|20||Hoseung Byun||Professor of Chungbuk National University||Korea|
|21||Jeeheon Ryu||Professor of Chonnam National University||Korea|
|22||Bert Kimura||Professor of University of Hawaii||USA|
|23||Curtis Ho||Professor of University of Hawaii||USA|