Our work wouldn’t be possible without the contributions of hundreds of other labs. Here are some tools and resources that we have developed for the research community.
Lexical Analysis Tools
Along with colleagues at the University of Oregon (Kris Kyle), Arizona State University (Danielle McNamara), and Georgia State University (Joon Suh Choi), we have developed a number of tools that can be used to automatically extract linguistic features, language components, and readability formulas from texts.TAALES
FeaturediTELLThe Intelligent Textbook for Enhanced Lifelong Learning
What if students could interact with their textbooks? We are building an open source digital textbook framework powered by AI.PIILOA tool for Personally Identifiable Information Labeling and Obfuscation
We are building a text deidentification tool to promote educational data sharing while protecting student privacy.
MoreTransformers for Language Learning Research
We think transformers are a powerful tool for language related research. We want to help the research community use these tools effectively.Our Development Server
This is our configuration for a collaborative high-performance development server, managed by our lab. Check out the documentation if you’d like to build something similar!