Paper submission is now closed.
It will re-open for camera-ready updates of accepted papers on June 16th.
SLaTE 2017 uses the EasyChair submission system. If you do not have an account already on EasyChair, you will need to create one before you can submit your paper.
Papers must contain original material not previously published, nor currently submitted elsewhere.
At least one author of an accepted paper must be registered for the conference, or the paper will be withdrawn and not published in the proceedings.
The official language of the workshop is English.
Papers should be 4-6 pages, using the format of the INTERSPEECH 2017 Author's Kit, which can be downloaded in LaTeX and MSWORD format. Please refer to the author's kit for further instructions on paper formatting.
Papers should not be anonymized for review.
The workshop welcomes all topics related to speech and language technology in education. This includes, but is not limited to,
the following topics:
speech technology for first and second language learning
natural language processing for education
spoken dialog systems for education
applications using speech and/or natural language processing for education
intelligent tutoring systems using speech and natural language
development of language resources for SLaTE applications
assessment and user studies of SLaTE methods and applications
theoretical and methodological issues in SLaTE
use of speech synthesis for language learning
serious games in SLaTE
SLaTE for communicative disorders and pathology
Please also note that submissions related to the Spoken CALL common task and
the special session on robots in education
are particularly welcome.
A demonstration session will be organized to allow researchers, technologists, and practitioners from academia and industry the opportunity to demonstrate applications and discuss them with the conference attendees.
Demonstration proposals should be submitted as one-page papers, which will be reviewed by the scientific committee.
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