Call for Papers for a JLS Special Issue (2026): Humanizing AI for Education

Proposals are solicited for a special issue of the Journal of the Learning Sciences entitled, “Humanizing AI for Education: Navigating Sociocultural, Psychological, and Ethical Dimensions.” This special issue will be published in 2026. The Guest Editors (Megan Humburg, Haesol Bae, and Ingo Kollar) welcome authors to submit their extended abstracts outlining their contribution (approximately 1,000 words, including references) directly to the guest editors via the online form below. Papers should draw on theories and methods from the Learning Sciences, but integrations/collaborations across multiple disciplines, academic fields, and perspectives of viewing are welcome and encouraged.

Please note that the paper proposals (1000-word abstracts) are due June 30, 2024.

More info and submission instructions can be found here: JLS 2026 Special Issue Call for Papers

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