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Carrie Demmans Epp, PhD, MSc, BSc

Assistant Professor


Computing Science

About Me


I am interested in the use of technology for supporting learning and assessment. I have done this through the development, deployment, and study of educational technologies for language learning and other domains. A large portion of this work has involved the development and visualization of models and analytics. These models and analytics are then used to support the decision making of computational agents and users. 

To build these systems, I have employed techniques from the areas of software engineering, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, and psychology. I have also exploited ubiquitous computing technologies to support the learning opportunities that are present in the learner’s non-academic environment.


At the undergraduate level, I teach human-computer interaction (CMPUT 302).

At the graduate level, I teach adaptive educational technologies (CMPUT 664).