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Cultivating Research for Engaging Advanced Technology in Education

Publications

2017

Kim, Y., & Smith, D. (2017). Pedagogical and technological augmentation of mobile learning for young children. Interactive Learning Environments, 25(1). 4-16. doi:10.1080/10494820.2015.1087411

Kim, Y., Thayne, J., & Wei, Q. (2017). An embodied agent helps anxious students in mathematics learning. Educational Technology Research and Development, 65(1), 219-235. doi:10.1007/s11423-016-9476-z

Cho, M. H., Kim, Y., & Choi, D. H. (2017). The effect of self-regulated learning on college students’ perceptions of community of inquiry and affective outcomes in online learning. Internet and Higher education, 34, 10-17. doi: 10.1016/j.iheduc.2017.04.001

2016

Kim, Y., & Baylor, A. L. (2016). Research-based design of pedagogical agent roles: A review, progress, and recommendations. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education. 26(1). 160-169

Kim, Y. (2016). The role of agent age and gender for middle-grade girls. Computers in the Schools, 33(2). 59-70.

Kim, Y. (2016). Designing a robot for cultural brokering in education. Educational Technology, 56(4), 41-43.

Kim, Y, Smith, D., & Thayne, J. (2016). Designing tools that care: The affective qualities of virtual peers, robots, and videos.In S. Tettegah and M. Gartmeiser (Eds), Emotions, Technology, Design, and Learning (pp. 115-129): Elsevier, Inc.

2015

Kim, Y, & Thayne, J. (2015). Effects of learner-instructor relationship building strategies in online video lessons. Distance Education. 36(1), 100-114.

Kim Y. (2015). Pedagogical agents. In M. Spector. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Technology (pp. 562-567). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kim, Y., Smith, D., & Chen, T. (2015). Language learners and robots: Insight for curriculum design. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Chicago, IL. April 16 - Apr 20, 2015.

2014

Kim, Y., Smith, D., Kim, N., & Chen, T. (2014). Playing with a robot to learn English vocabulary. KAERA Research Forum, 1(2), 3-8.

Kim, Y., Burdo, R., & Chen, T. (2014). Promoting and evaluating online learner-instructor relationships. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Philadelphia, PA. April 3 - Apr 7, 2014.

2013

Kim, Y., & Lim, J. (2013). Gendered socialization with an embodied agent: Creating a social and affable mathematics learning environment for middle-grade females. Journal of Educational Psychology, 105(4), 1164-1174. The Special Issue on Advanced Learning Technologies.

Kim, Y. (2013). Digital peers to help children's text comprehension and perceptions. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 16(4), 59-70.

Kim, Y., Gulz, A., Silveryarg, A., Haake, M., Chen, T., Kim, N. (2013). The effect of the visual gender of an embodied agent: A cross-cultural comparison. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): San Francisco, CA. April 27 - May 1, 2013.

2012

Wei, Q., & Kim, Y. (2012). Can a pedagogical agent help reduce mathematics anxiety? The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Vancouver, Canada. April 13 - 17, 2012.

2011

Kim, Y., & Wei, Q. (2011). The impact of user attributes and user choice in an agent-based environment. Computers & Education, 56(2), 505-514.

Kim, Y. (2011). Gendered socialization: The impact of an interface agent on middle-grade females’ affect in learning introductory algebra. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): New Orleans, LA. April 8 - 12, 2011.

Kim, Y., & Lim, J. (2011). The role of student gender for determining the impact of a pedagogical agent. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): New Orleans, LA. April 8 - 12, 2011.

2010

Kim, Y., & Lim, J. (2010). Pedagogical agents promote young females' positive mathematics learning experiences. The Annual Conference of Educational Research Association (AERA): Denver, CO. Apr 30 - May 4, 2010.

2009

Kim, Y. (2009). The role of learner attributes and affect determining the impact of agent presence. International Journal of Learning Technology, 4(3), 234-249.

Kim, Y. (2009). Toward Creating Computer-Based Math Learning Favoring High-School Females. The Annual Conference of Women in Engineering Proactive Network (WEPAN): Austin, TX. June 17-19, 2009.

2008

Kim, Y., Xu, B., & Sharif, A. (2008). Creating pedagogical agents as social models in an online learning environment MathGirls. International Transactions on Systems Science and Applications, 4(2), 99-106.

Kim, Y., Xu, B., Ko, Y., & Wei, Q. (2008). Affable Reading Tutor (ART): A Virtual Peer Helps Learn Questioning Strategy. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): New York, NY. March 24-28, 2008.

Kim, Y., Xu, B., Ilieva, V., Wei, Q., & Ko, Y. (2008). A Virtual Peer Encouraging Girls and Minorities to Improve Their Math Self-Efficacy and Math Attitudes. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): New York, NY. March 24-28, 2008.

2007

Kim, Y. (2007). Desirable characteristics of learning companions. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 17(4), 371-388

Kim, Y., Baylor, A. L., Shen, E., & PALS Group (2007). Pedagogical agents as learning companions: The impact of agent affect and gender. Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning (JCAL), 23(3), 220-234.

Kim, Y., & Baylor, A. L. (2007). Pedagogical agents as social models to influence learner attitudes. Educational Technology, 47(1), 23-28.

Kim, Y., Wei, Q., Xu, B., Ko, Y., Ilieva, V. (2007). MathGirls: Toward developing girls' positive attitude and self-efficacy through pedagogical agents. In R. Luckin, K. R. Koedinger, and J. Greer (Eds.), Artificial intelligence in education: Building technology rich learning contexts that work (Vol. 158, pp. 119-126). Los Angeles, CA: IOS Press.

Kim, Y., Xu, B., Wei, Q., & Ko, Y. (2007). MathGirls: Virtual peers as change agents to improve girls' math self-efficacy and math attitudes. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Chicago, IL. April 9-13, 2007.

Kim, Y., Xu, B., Wei, Q., & Ko, Y. (2007). Creating social affable learning environments. The 18th International Conference of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE): San Antonio, TX. March 26-30, 2007.

2006

Kim, Y., & Baylor, A. L. (2006). A social cognitive framework for designing pedagogical agents as learning companions. Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(6), 569-596. A paper awarded 2005 Young Scholar Award by Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT).

Kim, Y., & Baylor, A. L. (2006). Pedagogical agents as learning companions: The role of agent competency and type of interaction. Educational Technology Research and Development, 53(3), 223-243.

Kim, Y., Hamilton, E.R., Zheng, J., & Baylor, A.L. (2006). Scaffolding learner motivation through a virtual peer. The 7th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS). Bloomington, IN, June 27-July 1, 2006.

Kim, Y. & Hamilton, E. R. (2006). A virtual peer can enhance learner self-efficacy. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): San Francisco, CA. April 7-11, 2006.

Hamilton, E. R., Kim, Y., & Lee, L. (2006). Towards a social-cognitive framework for next-generation networked and hybrid pedagogical agent systems. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): San Francisco, CA. April 7-11, 2006.

2005

Baylor, A. L., & Kim, Y. (2005). Simulating instructional roles through pedagogical agents. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 15, 95–115.

Kim, Y. (2005). Pedagogical agents as learning companions: Building social relations with learners. In C. K. Looi, G. McCalla, B. Bredeweg & J. Breuker (Eds.), Artificial intelligence in education: Supporting learning through intelligent and socially informed technology (Vol. 125, pp. 362-369). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.

Kim Y. (2005). Virtual PALs: Will emotion and gender influence learning? The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Orlando, Florida. October 18–22, 2005.

Wei, Q., & Kim Y. 2005). Reducing math anxiety through virtual PALs. The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Orlando, Florida. October 18–22, 2005.

Kim, Y. (2005). Empathetic virtual peers enhanced learner interest and self-efficacy. Workshop on Motivation and Affect in Educational Software in the 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2005): Amsterdam, The Netherlands. July 18–22, 2005.

Kim, Y. (2005). Learners’ expectations of the desirable characteristics of virtual learning companions. The Annual Conference of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS): Utrecht, The Netherlands. July 25–29, 2005.

Kim, Y. & Baylor, A. L. (2005). Pedagogical Agents as Learning Companions: Building Empathetic Relationships with Learners. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Montreal, Canada. April 11–15, 2005.

Kim, Y. & Baylor, A. L. (2005). The Impact of Effective Expression and Gender of a Learning Companion. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Montreal, Canada. April 11–15, 2005.

Hailey, C. E., Erekson, T., Becker, K., & Thomas, M. (2005). National Center for Engineering and Technology Education. The Technology Teacher, 64(5), 23–26.

2004

Kim Y., Baylor, A. L., & Reed, G. (2004). Pedagogical agents’ personas: Which affects more, image or voice? The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Chicago, California. October 19–23, 2004.

Kim, Y. (2004). The impact of the affect and gender of a learning companion on learning outcomes. Instructional Technology Institute: Logan, UT. September 1–3, 2004.

Kim, Y. (2004). Affect and gender of pedagogical agents as learning companions. Dissertation study presented at the Division C Graduate Seminar of the Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): San Diego, CA. April 12–16, 2004.

Kim, Y. (2004). Learners’ expectations on the desirable characteristics of learning companions. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): San Diego, CA. April 12–16, 2004.

Kim, Y. (2004). Designing pedagogical agents as learning companions: The role of competency and interaction type. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): San Diego, CA. April 12–16, 2004.

Baylor, A. L., & Kim, Y. (2004). Pedagogical agent design: The impact of agent realism, gender, ethnicity, and instructional role. ITS 2004, the 7th International Conference in Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Maceió—Alagoas, Brasil. August 30–September 3, 2004.

2003

Kim, Y. (2003). Things that make pedagogical agents as learning companions effective. E-Learn, the Annual Conference of Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education: Phoenix, Arizona. November 7–11, 2003.

Kim, Y. (2003). Pedagogical agents as learning companions: Its constituents and implications. E-Learn, the Annual Conference of Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education: Phoenix, Arizona. November 7–11, 2003.

Kim Y., Baylor, A. L., & Reed, G. (2003). The impact of image and voice of pedagogical agents. E-Learn, the Annual Conference of Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education: Phoenix, Arizona. November 7–11, 2003.

Baylor, A. L., & Kim, Y. (2003). The role of gender and ethnicity in pedagogical agent perception. E-Learn, the Annual Conference of Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education: Phoenix, Arizona. November 7–11, 2003.

Kim, Y. (2003). Designing learning companions to achieve greater effectiveness. The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Anaheim, California. October 22–26, 2003.

Kim,Y. (2003). An agent as a learning companion: What it matters. The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Anaheim, California. October 22–26, 2003.

Baylor, A. L., & Kim Y. (2003). Design features for developing pedagogical agents as experts, motivators, and mentors: A validation study. The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Anaheim, California. October 22–26, 2003.

Kim, Y. (2003). Designing agents as learning companions: Its educational value and potential. The Annual Conference of ED-Media: Honolulu, Hawaii. June 23–28, 2003.

Kim, Y., & Shen, E (2003). The effects of competency and type of interaction of agents as learning companions on agent value, motivation, and learning. The Annual Conference of ED-Media: Honolulu, Hawaii. June 23–28, 2003.

Baylor, A. L., & Kim, Y. (2003). Three pedagogical agent roles: Designing, developing, and validating agent as expert, motivator, and mentors. Annual Conference of ED-Media: Honolulu, Hawaii. June 23–28, 2003.

Hailey, C. E., & Hailey, D. E. (2003). How genre choices effect learning in a digital environment. Journal of Engineering Education, 92(3), 287–294.

2002

Driscoll, M., Kim, Y., Suh, S., Lee, Y., & Gao, H. (2002). What is AECT really about? A content analysis of the convention program over the past five years. The Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communication & Technology (AECT): Dallas, Texas. November 12–17, 2002.

Hailey, C. E., & Hailey, D. E. (2002). Thermodynamic cycles: A multimedia independent study course. Computers in Education Journal, 12(4), 29–37.

Gershenson, J. K., Hailey, C. E., Batty, J. C., & Phillips, W. F. (2002) Applications of value engineering techniques in curriculum development and review. International Journal of Engineering Education, 18(2), 140–150.

2001

Hailey, C. E., Spall, R. E., & Snyder, D. O. (2001). Computational fluid dynamics presented in the undergraduate curriculum. Computers in Education Journal, 11(4), 2–8.

2000

Kim, Y. (2000). Web-based instruction for improving reading comprehension skills. The Annual Conference of International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL). Dublin, Ireland. March, 2000.