Chris teaches in the Information Analysis and Retrieval stream where he uses his industry and academic skills in software development and data analysis. Prior to joining UMSI, he led the development on the design and development of digital educational applications housed within the Digital Innovation Greenhouse (DIG), a part of the Office of Academic Innovation. Chris was a postdoctoral fellow at the Copenhagen Business School and used his experience there to create several startup ventures focused primarily on analytics. His doctoral work focused on the design and development of a tool for visualizing knowledge spaces.
Areas of interest
Data science, learning analytics, automated text analysis, machine learning, statistics and Big Data
Doctor of Philosophy, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, University of Toronto
Master of Arts, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, University of Toronto
Bachelor of Science, Zoology, University of Toronto