The Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) conference attracts researchers and academics, the industry and the end-users since 1988. It started out as an enthusiastic project by Professor Claude Frasson and in 2018 celebrates its 30th anniversary at its birthplace in Montreal.

The ITS conference series enables, supports and enhances human learning, through an interdisciplinary research approach on Intelligent Systems. By linking together the study of the use of advanced computer technologies and various other themes, such as education, tutoring and etc, the ITS conference series builds the foundation for the evaluation of the use of Intelligent Systems in education, modeling innovative applications of technologies and the adaptation of systems to specific groups of learners.

The proceedings of the conferences are published with Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science.