Kelly Rivers

Kelly is a third-year PhD student in the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, working with Ken Koedinger. She's interested in studying how novices use the tools provided to them when learning how to program, and how intelligent tutoring systems can be used to provide students with automatic feedback. She's also planning to develop theories of how students and teachers interact with the data which students generate while learning, and how interactive tools might help them find important trends in learning.

Kelly is also a fellow of the PIER Program in Interdisciplinary Education Research in the 2011 cohort, and used to work as a frontend developer on Autolab.

You can download her CV here.