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.
- Dr. Muhsin Menekse, Purdue University
- Dr. Diane Litman, University of Pittsburgh
- Dr. Ala Samarapungavan, Purdue University
- Dr. Xiangmin Fan, Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Dr. Jingtao Wang, Google, LLC.
- Saira Anwar, Purdue University
- Asefeh Kardgar, Purdue University
- Ahmed Ashraf Butt, Purdue University
- Wei Guo, University of Pittsburgh
- Ahmed Ezzat, University of Pittsburgh
- Luca Lugini, University of Pittsburgh
- Dr. Wencan Luo, currently at Google, LLC, formerly did Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh.
- Dr. Xiangmin Fan, currently at Chinese Academy of Sciences, formerly did Ph.D. from University of Pittsburgh.
Since 2014, the CourseMIRROR project has been funded by the following grants:
- Learning Research Development Center Research Grant – $149,000
- Purdue Research Foundation – $39,530
- Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education – $1,398,642