A project of the
University of Colorado Boulder LA Model
Online Program Management
Faculty submit course proposals, students apply for LA positions, departments hire LAs, and program coordinators manage hiring and other logistics. View and export program data for reports and publications. System available for Alliance member subscriptions in 2018.
An automated system for administering pre and post assessments to a class. Over 9 assessments are currently available, each including a short survey for instructor and students about LA use, demographics, college characteristics, and course characteristics. The system provides users with learning gain and effect size graphics at the end of the semester.
Track Your Program
View annual snapshots of your LA program and find other LA
programs using search criteria such as discipline, two or four year college, school context, etc. Update your institutional data to contribute to LA Alliance statistics and to help others find your program.
Learn & Share
Regional Workshops Spring 2017
Florida International University
Chicago State University / Harold Washington College
Basic resources for implementing the program and for getting
buy-in from faculty, administrators, and students. Materials include pedagogy course materials, different ways to use LAs, links to resources for transforming courses, data slides, LA program overview slides, tips about funding, and a collection of photos.
Publications & Presentations
Read research articles and talks about the LA program and its
impacts. Papers include research on teacher recruitment, undergraduate student performance, and the impact of the LA program on students from groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM.
LA Program Network
Navigate, Learn & Florish
The LA Network is where LA Alliance members connect with
each other and share information. Use this social network tool to share information about your program and follow your colleagues.
The Learning Assistant Alliance is a community made up of people from Institutions who share resources and experiences to transform courses within their disciplines and recruit future K-12 math, science and engineering teachers through the use of Learning Assistants.