Delaney Lothian

Roles and responsibilities

I am an Application Development Specialist with the NRC DT Indigenous Language Technology project. I develop and research Indigenous language learning technologies through the use of inclusive design techniques such as user-centered design and collaborative participatory design. 

Research and/or project statements

  • Verb Conjugation User Interface Tools - I am creating an accessible font-end user interface that is easy to use and repurposes for other languages.
  • Indigenous Language Modeling - I am aiding in creating Indigenous verb language models for nehiyawewin (Plains Cree) and Michif that will be used in the described UI.


B.Sc. (Spec.) Computing Science, University of Alberta, 2020

M.Sc. Computing Science, University of Alberta, 2022


University of Alberta


NRC IP Achievement Award (2021)

Delaney Lothian

Research Council Officer, Indigenous Languages Technologist
Digital Technologies
11421 Saskatchewan Drive
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2M9
Preferred language: English
Other(s): French, Nehiyawewin (Plains Cree)


Indigenous collaborations, Information Technology, Computer science, Technology, Educational technology