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Elizabeth Sklar, Ilknur Icke, Christopher Camacho, William Liu, Jordan Salvit and Valerie Andrewlevich (2007), Visualizing Academic Assessment Data, Proceedings of the Assessment of Group and Individual Learning Through Intelligent Visualization (AGILeViz) Workshop at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL).
 
Elizabeth Sklar, Jordan Salvit, Christopher Camacho, William Liu and Valerie Andrewlevich (2007), An agent-based methodology for analyzing and visualizing educational assessment data, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS).
 
Elizabeth Sklar and Debbie Richards (2006), The use of agents in human learning systems, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi Agent Systems (AAMAS).
 
Jonah Benton and Elizabeth Sklar (2004), Evolving a Community for Evolving Learners, Learning Technology newsletter 6:1.
 
Elizabeth Sklar (2002), It Takes a Virtual Village: Towards an Automated Interactive Agency, AAAI 2002 Fall Symposium on Personalized Agents.
 
Elizabeth Sklar, Alan Blair and Jordan Pollack (2001), Chapter 8: Training Intelligent Agents Using Human Data Collected on the Internet, Agent Engineering, J. Liu, N. Zhong, Y. Y. Tang and P. S. P. Wang, editors, World Scientific: Singapore, pp 201-226.
 
Elizabeth Sklar (2001), The Design of the CEL System, technical report.
 
Elizabeth Sklar (2000), CEL: A Framework for Enabling an Internet Learning Community, PhD thesis, Department of Computer Science, Brandeis University.
 
Elizabeth Sklar and Jordan B. Pollack (2000), A Framework for Enabling an Internet Learning Community, Journal of International Forum of Educational Technology & Society, Special Issue on On-line Collaborative Learning Environments 3:3, July 2000, pp 393-408.
 
Elizabeth Sklar and Jordan Pollack (2000), An evolutionary approach to guiding students in an educational game, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB).
 
Elizabeth Sklar and Jordan Pollack (2000), Using an evolutionary algorithm to guide problem selection in an online educational game, Proceedings of the Workshop on Evolutionary Computation and Cognitive Science (ECCS), Received best student paper award.
 
Elizabeth Sklar, Alan Blair, Pablo Funes and Jordan Pollack (1999), Training Intelligent Agents Using Human Internet Data, Proceedings of the First Asia-Pacific Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT), pp 354-363, Nominated for best paper award.
 
Elizabeth Sklar and Jordan Pollack (1999), Demonstrating a Community of Evolving Learners, Proceedings of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).
 
Elizabeth Sklar (1999), Agents for Education: Bringing Adaptive Behavior to an Internet Learning Community, Thesis Proposal, Department of Computer Science, Brandeis University.
 
Elizabeth Sklar and Jordan Pollack (1998), Toward a Community of Evolving Learners, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Learning Sciences (ICLS).
 
Elizabeth Sklar, Alan Blair and Jordan Pollack (1998), Co-Evolutionary Learning: Machines and Humans Schooling Together, Proceedings of the Workshop on Current Trends and Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Education at the Fourth World Congress on Expert Systems, pp 98-105.