Dionysios Arkadianos is a computational linguist and an elementary school teacher. He has studied Elementary School Education (BA) at the University of Patras and Computational Linguistics (BSc) at the University of Manchester (former U.M.I.S.T.). He has also a Master’s degree (MA) in Teaching Greek as a Second or Foreign Language from the University of Patras. Currently he is a Doctoral Candidate at Simon Fraser University, in the field of Educational Technology and Learning Design. He has been teaching Elementary School level Greek for 12 years, the last four of which he is seconded to Vancouver, Canada. He is also a member of the team designing and updating “Οδυσσέας” language learning online platform at the SNF Center for Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University. His academic interests lie in the field of Intelligent Language Tutoring Systems and the Extraction and Implementation of Learning Analytics.