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Proceedings of the 11th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications

Joel Tetreault, Yahoo
Jill Burstein, Educational Testing Service
Claudia Leacock, Grammarly
Helen Yannakoudakis, University of Cambridge

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pdf bib Front matter pages
pdf bib The Effect of Multiple Grammatical Errors on Processing Non-Native Writing
Courtney Napoles, Aoife Cahill and Nitin Madnani
pp. 1–11
pdf bib Text Readability Assessment for Second Language Learners
Menglin Xia, Ekaterina Kochmar and Ted Briscoe
pp. 12–22
pdf bib Automatic Generation of Context-Based Fill-in-the-Blank Exercises Using Co-occurrence Likelihoods and Google n-grams
Jennifer Hill and Rahul Simha
pp. 23–30
pdf bib Automated classification of collaborative problem solving interactions in simulated science tasks
Michael Flor, Su-Youn Yoon, Jiangang Hao, Lei Liu and Alina von Davier
pp. 31–41
pdf bib Computer-assisted stylistic revision with incomplete and noisy feedback. A pilot study
Christian M. Meyer and Johann Frerik Koch
pp. 42–52
pdf bib A Report on the Automatic Evaluation of Scientific Writing Shared Task
Vidas Daudaravicius, Rafael E. Banchs, Elena Volodina and Courtney Napoles
pp. 53–62
pdf bib Topicality-Based Indices for Essay Scoring
Beata Beigman Klebanov, Michael Flor and Binod Gyawali
pp. 63–72
pdf bib Predicting the Spelling Difficulty of Words for Language Learners
Lisa Beinborn, Torsten Zesch and Iryna Gurevych
pp. 73–83
pdf bib Characterizing Text Difficulty with Word Frequencies
Xiaobin Chen and Detmar Meurers
pp. 84–94
pdf bib Unsupervised Modeling of Topical Relevance in L2 Learner Text
Ronan Cummins, Helen Yannakoudakis and Ted Briscoe
pp. 95–104
pdf bib UW-Stanford System Description for AESW 2016 Shared Task on Grammatical Error Detection
Dan Flickinger, Michael Goodman and Woodley Packard
pp. 105–111
pdf bib Shallow Semantic Reasoning from an Incomplete Gold Standard for Learner Language
Levi King and Markus Dickinson
pp. 112–121
pdf bib The NTNU-YZU System in the AESW Shared Task: Automated Evaluation of Scientific Writing Using a Convolutional Neural Network
Lung-Hao Lee, Bo-Lin Lin, Liang-Chih Yu and Yuen-Hsien Tseng
pp. 122–129
pdf bib Automated scoring across different modalities
Anastassia Loukina and Aoife Cahill
pp. 130–135
pdf bib Model Combination for Correcting Preposition Selection Errors
Nitin Madnani, Michael Heilman and Aoife Cahill
pp. 136–141
pdf bib Pictogrammar: an AAC device based on a semantic grammar
Fernando Martínez-Santiago, Miguel Ángel García Cumbreras, Arturo Montejo Ráez and Manuel Carlos Díaz Galiano
pp. 142–150
pdf bib Detecting Context Dependence in Exercise Item Candidates Selected from Corpora
Ildikó Pilán
pp. 151–161
pdf bib Feature-Rich Error Detection in Scientific Writing Using Logistic Regression
Madeline Remse, Mohsen Mesgar and Michael Strube
pp. 162–171
pdf bib Bundled Gap Filling: A New Paradigm for Unambiguous Cloze Exercises
Michael Wojatzki, Oren Melamud and Torsten Zesch
pp. 172–181
pdf bib Evaluation Dataset (DT-Grade) and Word Weighting Approach towards Constructed Short Answers Assessment in Tutorial Dialogue Context
Rajendra Banjade, Nabin Maharjan, Nobal Bikram Niraula, Dipesh Gautam, Borhan Samei and Vasile Rus
pp. 182–187
pdf bib Linguistically Aware Information Retrieval: Providing Input Enrichment for Second Language Learners
Maria Chinkina and Detmar Meurers
pp. 188–198
pdf bib Enhancing STEM Motivation through Personal and Communal Values: NLP for Assessment of Utility Value in Student Writing
Beata Beigman Klebanov, Jill Burstein, Judith Harackiewicz, Stacy Priniski and Matthew Mulholland
pp. 199–205
pdf bib Cost-Effectiveness in Building a Low-Resource Morphological Analyzer for Learner Language
Scott Ledbetter and Markus Dickinson
pp. 206–216
pdf bib Automatically Scoring Tests of Proficiency in Music Instruction
Nitin Madnani, Aoife Cahill and Brian Riordan
pp. 217–222
pdf bib Combined Tree Kernel-based classifiers for Assessing Quality of Scientific Text
Liliana Mamani Sanchez and Hector-Hugo Franco-Penya
pp. 223–228
pdf bib Augmenting Course Material with Open Access Textbooks
Smitha Milli and Marti A. Hearst
pp. 229–234
pdf bib Exploring the Intersection of Short Answer Assessment, Authorship Attribution, and Plagiarism Detection
Björn Rudzewitz
pp. 235–241
pdf bib Sentence-Level Grammatical Error Identification as Sequence-to-Sequence Correction
Allen Schmaltz, Yoon Kim, Alexander M. Rush and Stuart Shieber
pp. 242–251
pdf bib Combining Off-the-shelf Grammar and Spelling Tools for the Automatic Evaluation of Scientific Writing (AESW) Shared Task 2016
René Witte and Bahar Sateli
pp. 252–255
pdf bib Candidate re-ranking for SMT-based grammatical error correction
Zheng Yuan, Ted Briscoe and Mariano Felice
pp. 256–266
pdf bib Spoken Text Difficulty Estimation Using Linguistic Features
Su-Youn Yoon, Yeonsuk Cho and Diane Napolitano
pp. 267–276
pdf bib Automatically Extracting Topical Components for a Response-to-Text Writing Assessment
Zahra Rahimi and Diane Litman
pp. 277–282
pdf bib Sentence Similarity Measures for Fine-Grained Estimation of Topical Relevance in Learner Essays
Marek Rei and Ronan Cummins
pp. 283–288
pdf bib Insights from Russian second language readability classification: complexity-dependent training requirements, and feature evaluation of multiple categories
Robert Reynolds
pp. 289–300
pdf bib Investigating Active Learning for Short-Answer Scoring
Andrea Horbach and Alexis Palmer
pp. 301–311

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