Nia Dowell, who was a postdoc fully funded by the MIDAS holistic modeling of education project working with MIDAS faculty Christopher Brooks and Tim McKay, was the the lead author on the Best Paper representing Education for All at the annual Artificial Intelligence in Educational (AIED2019) conference. This conference is one of the oldest in the field, going back to the late 80’s. Her work is focused on analytics of education and inclusion. The title of the paper is “Promoting Inclusivity Through Time-Dynamic Discourse Analysis in Digitally-Mediated Collaborative Learning”. Read more about the paper.