Looking forward to your participation

We are interested in a variety of submissions that concern design, technology application, evaluation, reflections, and personal experiences related to AI interface design for children with special educational needs.

Submissions can be made by directly emailing us at, and it can be in the format of 1).an abstract (300-500 words), or 2). a design example or personal experience relating to AI design for special children (600-800 words), or 3). a short (research, opinion, position) paper, formatted according to the ACM Master Article Submission Template (single column, up to 4 pages excluding references). We invite submissions on questions including but not limited to:

  • collaborations between multiple stakeholders
  • human factors and fundamental theories/principles
  • practices, methods, and tools
  • innovative use of AI technologies in design and education
  • evaluation and case studies
  • ethics, issues, and challenges

We will select up to 20 participants to participate in this workshop. Submissions will be accepted based on quality, diversity of topics and perspectives, and expected ability to inform the workshop.

Accepted submissions will be featured on the workshop’s website. At least one author of each accepted position paper must attend the workshop and that all workshop participants must register for both the workshop and the main conference.

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Let’s contribute to the well-being of children with special needs.

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