Search Results for author: Thiemo Wambsganss

Found 8 papers, 6 papers with code

Modeling Persuasive Discourse to Adaptively Support Students’ Argumentative Writing

1 code implementation ACL 2022 Thiemo Wambsganss, Christina Niklaus

We introduce an argumentation annotation approach to model the structure of argumentative discourse in student-written business model pitches.

Persuasiveness Specificity

ALEN App: Argumentative Writing Support To Foster English Language Learning

no code implementations NAACL (BEA) 2022 Thiemo Wambsganss, Andrew Caines, Paula Buttery

We present an approach which automatically detects claim-premise structures and provides visual feedback to the learner to prompt them to repair any broken argumentation structures. To investigate, if our persuasive feedback on language learners’ essay writing tasks engages and supports them in learning better English language, we designed the ALEN app (Argumentation for Learning English).

Unraveling Downstream Gender Bias from Large Language Models: A Study on AI Educational Writing Assistance

1 code implementation6 Nov 2023 Thiemo Wambsganss, Xiaotian Su, Vinitra Swamy, Seyed Parsa Neshaei, Roman Rietsche, Tanja Käser

Our results demonstrate that there is no significant difference in gender bias between the resulting peer reviews of groups with and without LLM suggestions.

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Understanding Revision Behavior in Adaptive Writing Support Systems for Education

1 code implementation17 Jun 2023 Luca Mouchel, Thiemo Wambsganss, Paola Mejia-Domenzain, Tanja Käser

Revision behavior in adaptive writing support systems is an important and relatively new area of research that can improve the design and effectiveness of these tools, and promote students' self-regulated learning (SRL).

Bias at a Second Glance: A Deep Dive into Bias for German Educational Peer-Review Data Modeling

2 code implementations COLING 2022 Thiemo Wambsganss, Vinitra Swamy, Roman Rietsche, Tanja Käser

We conduct a Word Embedding Association Test (WEAT) analysis on (1) our collected corpus in connection with the clustered labels, (2) the most common pre-trained German language models (T5, BERT, and GPT-2) and GloVe embeddings, and (3) the language models after fine-tuning on our collected data-set.

Supporting Cognitive and Emotional Empathic Writing of Students

1 code implementation ACL 2021 Thiemo Wambsganss, Christina Niklaus, Matthias Söllner, Siegfried Handschuh, Jan Marco Leimeister

We propose an annotation scheme that allows us to model emotional and cognitive empathy scores based on three types of review components.

A Corpus for Argumentative Writing Support in German

1 code implementation COLING 2020 Thiemo Wambsganss, Christina Niklaus, Matthias Söllner, Siegfried Handschuh, Jan Marco Leimeister

In this paper, we present a novel annotation approach to capture claims and premises of arguments and their relations in student-written persuasive peer reviews on business models in German language.

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