The Workshop on Mining Educational Data for effective Educational Resources (MEDER-2013)


Description and Aim

The rapid expansion of the web has had a big impact on different fields and particularly in education. Online learning is being common practice in different educational institutions. This way of learning is involved with two kinds of data sets:

Confident that ED can teach us about learners’ behaviors and help us enhancing learning experience and particularly the process of the development, the design and the recommendation of ER, there has been a growing interest in the automatic analysis of such data. The main idea behind this is “Learning from students to build for students”. In this context, the workshop aims to provide a venue for scientific discourse to exchange opinions and ideas on how:

The workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners proposing innovative use of Educational Data to discuss, exchange and disseminate their work.


List of topics includes but not limited to:


Important Dates

Submission Deadline


August 30, 2013

Review Notification


September 10, 2013

Submission of Camera Ready Paper and Copyright


September 30, 2013

Authors Registration


September 30, 2013

Special Session/Conference

December 16-18, 2013


Paper Guidelines and Submission

Submissions should be with respect to DaEng-2013 paper submission instruction HERE. All papers will be peer reviewed by at least two independent referees.  Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format via the EasyChair online submission page


All accepted and registered papers of the workshop will be published in the special section of DaEng-2013 conference proceeding in the renowned Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering of Springer Verlag (Approved).


Workshop chairs

Henda Chorfi, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Hend Al-Khalifa, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Muna Al-Razgan, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

The contact email address for the chairs:


Program Committee Member