The 2nd International Workshop on Metaverse and Artificial Companions in Education and Society (MetaACES 2022Nov) focuses on the themes related to education and society. The main themes of MetaACES 2022Nov include but not limit to the followings (in alphabetical order):

Artificial Companion in Education
Artificial Companion in Society
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Assessment in Games and Virtual Worlds
Authentic Environments and Worlds
Automated Feedback
Avatars or Player Characters for Learning
Behaviour and/or Interaction Modeling, Detection and Visualization
Big Data Analyzed and Processed by Computers
Bridging Informal and Formal Learning Outcome
Computational Models of Knowledge and Expertise
Computer Supported Discussion Analysis and Assessment
Educational Applications of Metaverses
Educational Robots and Toys
Emotion (Affective State) Modeling, Recognition and Detection
Emotive Agents
Enhancing Grading, Scoring and Feedback
Game Analytics
Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
Human Robot Interaction (HRI)
Intelligent Agents
Intelligent Tutors and Mentors
Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Everything (IoE), and/or Sensors
Learning Companion Robots (Robotic Learning Companions)
Languages, Thinking Skills, Meta-cognitive Skills, Cognitive Skills, and STE(A)M
Learning Analytics in Educational Games
Learning Companions
Metaverse in Education
Metaverse in Society
Motivational and Affective Factors on Learning with Technology
Natural Language Processing supported Tools, Systems, Applications, Mobile Apps, and Chatbots
Non-Player Characters for Learning
Personal Learning Environments (PLE)
Roles of Artificial Companions in Metaverse
Role Playing Games for Learning
Security and Privacy Issues
Sentiment Analysis
Simulation and Training (Skill, Competence, Vocational Learning)
Social Network Analysis (SNA)
Speech Recognition and Synthesis
Stealth Assessment
Unstructured and Semi-structured Data for Computer to Read and Learn
User Experience (UX) Evaluation
Virtual and Augmented Learning Environments
Virtual Animal Learning Companions
Virtual Characters in Learning and Life
Virtual Companions in Learning and Life
VR, AR and Simulation Technology


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Accepted papers in the workshops will be published in proceedings, which will be submitted to Elsevier for inclusion in Scopus. Accepted papers will be selected and invited to submit their full papers to one of the three Open Access ESCI publications: Elsevier's Computer & Education: Artificial Intelligence, Springer's Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, and IEEE TCLT's Bulletin of the Technical Committee on Learning Technology.

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Full paper (8 to 10 pages): for research that has evaluation with data collection, analysis, findings and discussion

Work-in-Progress (5 to 6 pages): for research about systematic literature review, meta-analysis, design and implementation, application/tool/AR/VR/game, survey and its results, etc.

Extended Summary (2 to 3 pages): for authors who have complete research but want to submit the details to journals to talk about main ideas, deliverables, and key results

Extended Abstract (2 to 3 pages): for research on its early stage talking about conceptual idea, thoughts and concerns for discussions, challenges/difficulties, framework, concepts, plan, etc.

Prior to submission, please read and follow the ICCE templates (PDF version / MS Word version) carefully. Submissions must not be published previously. All the submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed. The review will focus on whether the work is original and is of good quality.

NOTE: MetaACES has No-Show Policy -- "MeteACES reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the event (e.g., removal from the final published and indexed proceedings) if the paper is not presented by an author during the event."