CourseMIRROR (Mobile In-situ Reflections and Review with Optimized Rubrics) is an interdisciplinary research project by researchers in Educational Psychology, Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). CourseMIRROR explores the use of reflection prompts, natural language processing, and mobile interfaces to improve STEM education in large classrooms. 


Faculty:  Graduate Students:
  • Ahmed Ashraf Butt, Purdue University
  • Ahmed Ezzat Magooda, University of Pittsburgh
  • Alexander Struck Jannini, Purdue University
  • Zeynep Gonca Akdemir, Purdue University
  • Xiya Liu, University of Pittsburgh
  • Dr. Wencan Luo, currently at Google, LLC, Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh.
  • Dr. Xiangmin Fan, currently at Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh.
  • Dr. Saira Anwar, currently at University of Florida, Ph.D. from Purdue University.
  • Asefeh Kardgar, Purdue University
  • Luca Lugini, currently at Ancestry, Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh.
  • Wei Guo, currently at Google, LLC., Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh.

Funding Resources

Since 2014, the CourseMIRROR project has been funded by the following grants:
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