The workshop will be organised in a highly interactive manner combining presentations and discussions.
We invite papers (max 10 pages) or extended abstracts (max 2 pages) describing:
- research activity focusing on specific questions and lessons learnt;
- position statements that point at key challenges, potential techniques, or possible domains/contexts;
- descriptions of learning systems that include mentor-like features or requirements for mentor-like features to augment existing systems.
The submissions should follow Springer, LNCS format. Submitted via Easychair [submission link].