Workshop on the
Social Navigation and Community-Based Adaptation Technologies

In Conjunction with Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems (AH'06)

June 20th, 2006, Dublin, Ireland


9:00 Opening

9:10 - 11:00 Session 1: Community-Based Technologies

9:10 Full Paper

Social Interaction in the CATS Group Recommender
Kevin McCarthy, Lorraine McGinty, Barry Smyth & Maria Salamo
Adaptive Information Cluster, School of Computer Science & Informatics, University College, Dublin, Ireland.

9:40 Full Paper

A Two-Level Adaptive Visualization for Information Access to Open-Corpus Educational Resources
Jae-wook Ahn, Rosta Farzan, Peter Brusilovsky
University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences & Intelligent Systems Program, USA

10:10 Short Paper
Using Collaborative Filtering in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Legal Argumentation
Niels Pinkwart, Vincent Aleven, Kevin Ashley and Collin Lynch
Carnegie Mellon University, HCI Institute, USA
University of Pittsburgh, School of Law, USA
University of Pittsburgh, Intelligent Systems Program, USA

10:30 Short Paper
Social Awareness in the iHelp Courses Learning Content Management System
Christopher Brooks, Collene Hansen, Jim Greer
ARIES Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

10:50 Discussion
A brief discussion of papers of the first section

11:00 - 11:30 Cofee Break (posters and demos)

Poster Implicit Culture as a Tool for Social Navigation
Aliaksandr Birukou, Enrico Blanzieri, and Paolo Giorgini University of Trento, Italy

Poster Unobtrusive Data Collection for Web-Based Social Navigation
Katja Hofmann, Catherine Reed, Hilary Holz
California State University, USA

Poster Proximo, Location-Aware Collaborative Recommender
Eoghan Parle and Aaron Quigley
UCD School of Computer Science & Informatics University College Dublin Belfield, Ireland.

Demo Linking in Lurkers: The Comtella Discussion Forum
Andrew Webster, Julita Vassileva
Computer Science Department, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

11:30 - 13:00 Session 2: The Focus on Tagging

11:30 Full Paper
Using Social Tagging to Improve Social Navigation
David R Millen and Jonathan Feinberg
IBM T. J Watson Research Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts. USA

12:00 Short Paper
On the Importance of "Who Tagged What"
Mark van Setten, Rogier Brussee, Harry van Vliet, Luit Gazendam, Ynze van Houten, Mettina Veenstra
Enschede, The Netherlands

12:20 Short Paper
Semantic Halo for Collaboration Tagging Systems
Alan Dix, Stefano Levialdi, Alessio Malizia
Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
University "La Sapience" of Rome, Rome, Italy

12:40 - 13:00 Closing Discussion