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  • Kim, Y., Marx, S., Pham, H., & Nguyen, T (under review). Designing for robot-mediated equitable interaction among diverse young children. Educational Technology Research and Development.
  • 2021

  • Kim, Y., Tscholl, M. (2021). Young Children’s Embodied Interactions with a Social Robot. Educational Technology Research and Development. The Special Issue on Embodied Cognition and Technology for Learning. doi:10.1007/s11423-021-09978-3.
  • Kim, Y., & Huang, L. (2021). Robots, young children, & alternative input methods. In Rapid Community Report Series, https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/6850.

2016-2020


    2020

  • Kim, Y., Marx, S, & Thoms, J. (2020). Using technology to facilitate second language learning. In: Bishop M.J., Boling E., Elen J., Svihla V. (eds) The Handbook of Educational Communications and Technology (pp. 285-297). Springer, Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-36119-8_12.
  • Marcum, J., & Kim, Y.(2020). Oral Language proficiency in distance English-language learning. Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO Journal), 37(2), 148-168. doi:10.1558/cj.37788.
  • Kim, Y., et al.(2020). Symposium on multimodal data analytics for assessing collaborative interactions. The 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS): Nashville, TN. June 19 - 23.
  • Kim, Y., Butail, S., Tscholl, M., Liu, L., & Wang, Y. (2020). An exploratory approach to measuring collaborative engagement in child robot interaction. The 10th International Conference of Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK'20): Frankfurt (D). March 23 - 27.
  • 2019

  • Marx, S., & Kim, Y.(2019). Technology for equity and social justice in education. Journal of Multicultural Education, 21(1), 1-4.
  • Kim, K., Clarianay, R. B., & Kim, Y.(2019). Automatic representation of knowledge structure: Enhancing learning through Knowledge structure reflection in an online course. Educational Technology Research and Development, 67, 105-122. doi:10.1007/s11423-018-9626-6.
  • Kim, Y., Tscholl, M.(2019). The dynamic interaction between engagement, friendship and collaboration in robot child triads. The 1st International Conference of Quantitative Ethnography (ICQE): Madison, WI. October 20 - 22.
  • Farzaneh, A. H., Kim, Y., Qi, X., & Zou, M.(2019). Developing a deep learning-based affect recognition system for young children. The 20th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education: Chicago, IL.
  • Kim, Y.(2019). Current research on sociable educational robots. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Toronto, Canada. April 5 - 9.
  • Kim, Y., Han, I., Daro, V., Kline, A., D’Angelo, C. M., & Johnson, L. R.(2019). Symposium on designing robots for children: Multisensory interactions and multimodal assessments. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Toronto, Canada. April 5 - 9.
  • Neal, K. V., Zhou, M., Chen, Y., Johnson, L. R., & Kim, Y.(2019). Using robot-mediated activities to promote children's collaboration in culturally and linguistically diverse educational settings. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Toronto, Canada. April 5 - 9.
  • 2018

  • Kim, Y., Marx, S., Pham, H., & Nguyen, T.(2018). Designing technology as a cultural broker for young children: Challenges and opportunities. The 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS): London, UK. June 23 - 27, 2018.
  • Kim, Y., Bingham, E., Marx, S., Nguyen, T., & Pham, H.(2018). Exploring robot-child interaction with linguistically and culturally diverse school children. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): New York, NY. April 13-April 17, 2018.
  • Kim, Y., & Smith, D.(2018). Designing for young children: Learning, practice, and decisions. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 9(1), 80-87.
  • Kim, Y., Bingham, E., Pham, H., Marx, S., & Nguyen, T.(2018). Designing a robot to act as a cultural broker in diverse classrooms: Observations and findings. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry: Urbana-Champaign, IL. May 15 - 18.
  • 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.
  • Kim, Y., & Searle, K.(2017). Empowering student voice through interactive design and digital making. Computers in the Schools, 34(3), 142-151. doi:10.1080/07380569.2017.1348082.
  • Kim, Y., Marx, S., & Nguyen, T.(2017). Brokering collaborations among children for equity. The 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL): Philadelphia, PA. June 20 - 22.
  • Kim, Y. & Smith, D.(2017). Designing an engaging and affable robot. ACM Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI): Vienna, Austria. March 6 - 9.
  • Kim, Y., Hung, V. P., Bingham, E., Haymond, B., Ngyyen, T., & Marx, S.(2017). Inclusive design for engaging all learners (IDEAL): Designing technology for cultural brokering. The 13th annual conference of the International Society for Design and Development in Education (hosted by The Lawrence Hall of Science): The University of California, Berkeley. November 6 - 9.
  • Marx, S. & Kim, Y. (2017). Re-imaging multicultural education with the help of an embodied robot. The Annual Meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME): Salt Lake City, UT. November 1 - 5.
  • Marx, S. & Kim, Y.(2017). Designing a robot to act as a cultural broker in diverse classrooms. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry: Urbana-Champaign, IL. May 17 - 21.
  • 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.

2011 to 2016


    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). 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.
  • Cho, M. & Kim, Y.(2015). Language learners and robots: Insight for curriculum design. The Annual Conference of American Educational Research Association (AERA): Chicago, IL. April 16 - 20.
  • 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.
  • 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 - 7.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 - 30.
  • 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.

Prior to 2011


    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.
  • Kim, Y.(2009). Building social relations with digital virtual peers in web-based learning. . International Journal of Learning Technology, 4(3), 234-249.
  • Recker, M., Belland, B., Diekema, A., Eastmond, N., Kim, Y., Lee, V., Shelton, B., Walker, A., Holton, D., & Haderlie, S. (2009). What's in a name? An identity shift at Utah State University. Educational Technology, 49(4), 38-41.
  • 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. 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.
  • Kim, Y., Wei, Q., Xu, B., Ko, Y., Ilieva, V., Lu, Z., & Kolla, R.(2007). MathGirls: Pegadogical Agents Help Increase Girls’ Motivation to Learn Math. Design and Development Showcase at the Annual Conference of Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT): Anaheim, CA. October 23 - 27.
  • Kim, Y., Xu, B., & Wei, Q.(2007). Virtual Peers Scaffold Motivation to Learn. Workshop on Modeling and Scaffolding Affective Experiences to Impact learning in the 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2007): Los Angeles, CA. July 9 - 13.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Kim, Y., Punahm, P., & Ko, Y. (2006). Content-based English learning through pedagogical agents. English Teaching, 61(4), 229-246.
  • Kim, Y., Flann, N., Wei, Q., Ko, Y., & Alla, S.(2006). MathGirls: Motivating girls to learn math through pedagogical agents. ED-MEDIA: The World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunication: Orlando, FL. June 26 - 30.
  • 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 , 125, 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: IOS Press. 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.
  • Kim, Y. (2005). PALs: Building social relations with learners. The 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2005): Amsterdam, NL. July 18 - 22.
  • 2004

  • Kim, Y. (2004). The role of learner attributes and affect determining the impact of agent presence. International Journal of Learning Technology, 4(3), 234-249.
  • 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, IL. October 19 - 23.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Baylor, A. L. & Kim, Y. (2004). Pedagogical agent design: The impact of agent realism, gender, ethnicity, and instructional role. The 7th International Conference in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS 2004): Maceió – Alagoas, Brasil. August 30 - September 3.