Interactive session(s) designed to meet the needs of your institution/community
Virtual or in-person workshops provide introductory or advanced content for sites that use or want to use LAs. Workshop topics can include a variety of topics, such as: Essential Elements of LA Programs, Transforming your Course with LAs, What is the Weekly Prep Meeting?, or Collecting and Analyzing Data.
Choose between single-session, half-day, or full-day workshops. Sessions will be led by two experienced facilitators, can accommodate up to 30 participants, and can also be customized to reflect the needs of your institution.
Benefits of Institutional Workshop:
Build connections among faculty within your institution
Create customized workshop(s) for specific institutional opportunities or challenges
Build shared understanding of the LA model and how it can relate to other peer instructional programs on campus (for instance: tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, Peer-Led Team Learning, help rooms, learning centers, undergraduate Teaching Assistants)
Learn from experienced facilitators who have built, grown, and sustained LA programs at similar-sized institutions that serve similar student populations
Pricing for single-session workshops (90 minutes):
Pricing for half-day (3-hr) workshops:
Pricing for Full Day (6-hr) workshops:
*Minimum in-person cost. Includes additional charges for administrative/material fees and estimated travel expenses. Subject to change based on travel expenses.
Additional facilitators may be requested, for an additional fee, depending on needs assessment.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started on a needs assessment and to strategize on the workshops that will best meet the needs of your campus or community.
Targeted meetings with key groups of stakeholders
An LA Program expert ("LAgent") will meet with faculty and staff (virtually or in-person as agreed upon during a virtual needs assessment). Throughout these meetings, the LAgent gains information that can help them understand the strengths and areas of growth for your program. They will write a report that you can share with various stakeholders associated with your program. It is always valued to have the LAgent meet with one or more of your administrators. In-person site visits and/or workshops are dependent on Covid-19 travel restrictions and precautions.
Full-day site visit package includes 6 hours of contact time with 1 LAgent
Two-day site visit package includes 12 hours of contact time (1 LAgent)
Contact email@example.com to get started on a needs assessment and to strategize on the LAgent expertise most suited for your needs.
Regional LA Workshops
Regional Workshops are typically offered in the spring and summer, at colleges and universities with existing LA Programs. Regional Workshops provide the opportunity to bring together a smaller group of participants (~50) while at the same time reducing potential travel constraints by offering workshops around different regions of the country/world and at different times of the year.
Topics included in Regional Workshops are similar to those at the International LA Conference, with local specializations highlighted. Standard Regional Workshops include core sessions focused on LA model elements (integrating LAs into courses, weekly preparation sessions, LA pedagogy course), research and assessment, as well as information about developing, sustaining, and scaling LA Programs.
In addition to this core, many standard Regional Workshops feature sessions related to specific theme(s). Some Regional Workshops are focused solely on a specialized theme and do not include standard sessions; in these cases, this is communicated in the workshop description.
Interested in hosting a Regional LA Workshop in the next 1-3 years? Submit a Host Interest form
2023 Southeast Regional Workshop
Host Institution: Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU)
This series of virtual workshops is intended for those unfamiliar with the LA model or who may be interested in starting an LA program. Those who are familiar with the LA model are welcome to participate, and it can be helpful to bring a colleague with you who is new to the model.
There are two pathways, one for LA program coordinators/directors and one for faculty. After completing the series, participants will be well-versed in the essential elements of the LA model, including the weekly prep sessions and pedagogy course, will understand the resources and benefits of being a member of the LA Alliance, and will have a strong foundation to start, develop, and grow their own LA program. See below the sessions that are included in each strand and where to find more information.
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a. The Learning Assistant Alliance is a not for profit organization and is managed by
a Leadership Council and the University of Colorado Boulder.
b. Portions of the LA Alliance website may be used without providing any personal
c. An individual may create an account on the LA Alliance website to contribute to
the community, customize their site interaction, or take part in member-only
d. The LA Alliance does not disclose, give, or transfer personally identifiable
information to third parties without user consent unless required by law.
2. Personal Information Collection and Use
a. Personal information collected on this website is meant to facilitate interactions
within the LA Alliance community and personalize the experience of users.
b. Certain information provided at account creation and verification (name,
affiliation, department, position, email, phone) is included in the LA Alliance
directory, which is searchable and can be viewed by other verified account
c. The LA Alliance does not otherwise disclose, give, or transfer identifiable
information to third parties without user consent unless required by law.
3. Outside Links and Content
a. This site contains links to other sites. The LA Alliance is not responsible for the
privacy practices or content of such websites.
b. If you have concerns regarding a website we link to, we encourage you to
contact the chair of the Leadership Council regarding your concerns.
a. Registered users agree to allow the LA Alliance to send updates or further
information to their email account.
c. We may also file comments to help improve the site.
a. A cookie is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser when you
access a web page. A session cookie is a line of text that is stored temporarily in
your computer's memory. Because a session cookie is never saved, it is
destroyed when you close your browser. The LA Alliance website uses session
cookies during user visits to save preferences. Certain LA Alliance applications
require session cookies to function correctly. If you have session cookies
disabled, you may not be able to use certain features of our site.
b. A persistent cookie is a more permanent line of text that is saved by your browser
to a file on your hard drive.
i. The only persistent cookie regularly used by the LA Alliance website is for
registered users that choose to use the Auto-Login feature. Such cookies
expire 30 days from login.
ii. At times, a persistent cookie may be used for short-term research
purposes as defined in New Features and Research. At this time, no such
cookies are being used on the LA Alliance or have been used since the
6. Website Usage
a. Usage patterns of the LA Alliance website site may be logged to help diagnose
problems, analyze trends, and improve the usability and performance of the site.
User access is anonymous and IP addresses are not linked to personally
b. Aggregated usage information is collected for statistical purposes and may be
used to help improve the site.
c. Education Research Members of the LAA have access to the Learning About
STEM Student Outcomes (LASSO) platform.
d. LASSO provides a simple online solution for administering, scoring, and
analyzing student assessments.
e. You will have full access to your students’ responses.
f. As tools become available, you will have the option of giving a department or
institution assessment coordinator access to your LASSO instructor portal. Once
you have identified someone as your assessment coordinator, s/he will have the
ability to create, administer, and download assessment results from your classes.
g. In addition to supporting individual instructors, LASSO is designed to support the
improvement of education more broadly. To facilitate the rigorous empirically
driven improvement of STEM education, data from your class(es) may be
anonymized, aggregated with courses similar to yours, and shared with
educational researchers who have approved IRB protocols.
h. Each student who takes a LASSO assessment will be asked permission for their
data to be anonymized and included in the LASSO research dataset.
i. Anonymized data downloaded from the LASSO database may not be shared with
individuals who are not listed on researchers’ respective IRB protocols.
j. For more information, please see our LASSO FAQ.
7. Additional Guidelines
a. The LA Alliance website does not cater to visitors under 13 years old and will
NOT store or require any personally identifiable information from users known to
be under 13.
b. If the LA Alliance learns that a user under the age of 13 has provided personally
identifiable information, that user's identifiable information will be removed from
c. When a student turns 18 years old or enters a postsecondary institution at any
age, all rights afforded to you as a parent under FERPA transfer to the student
d. However, FERPA provides ways in which a school may—but is not required toshare
information from an eligible student's education records with parents,
without the student's consent.
8. Data Storage and Security
a. Data storage and security is based on the CU Boulder OIT policies. The data
stored by the system is classified as Highly Confidential Information, https://
www.cu.edu/ois/data-classifications-impact because it may contain race and
ethnicity information. The policies can be found at https://www.cu.edu/ope/aps/
b. All user and application data are stored separately from the website/application in
a database management system hosted on a server in private address space at
the University of Colorado Boulder. Server management is provided by the CU
Boulder Office of Information Technology’s server management group. Direct
access to the database is restricted to specific IP addresses. LAA database
managers are the only personnel with direct access to the data storage.
c. The application is hosted separately on a server also managed by CU OIT which
maintains the SHA 256 compliant site security certificate.
d. Security testing by CU Boulder’s OIS ensures software is compliant with
University of Colorado Boulder security standards.
e. The LA Alliance website has security measures in place to protect against the
loss, misuse, or alteration of information under our control.
a. The Learning Assistant Alliance (LAA) website is a resource for 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.
b. The site contains a collection of tools and resources to support this community.
c. The LAA is governed by a Leadership Council (LC).
d. The LAA website provides information about and links to STEM education
resources. Members of the LAA have screened these materials before inclusion
on the site.
e. Materials suggested by users for inclusion in the collection will be judged by the
LAA LC on the accuracy, quality, and appropriateness of content to the mission of
f. The LAA is not responsible for changes in materials outside of its control after
links have been created, although inappropriate materials will be removed when
g. Suggestions of new material or information about existing material in the
collection are encouraged.
14. Acceptable Use Policy
i. The LAA’s Acceptable Use Policy ("AUP") is intended to help enhance the
use of this website by preventing unacceptable use.
ii. All users of the LAA website ("the Website") - those who access some of
our Services but do not have accounts ("Guests"), as well as those who
have registered accounts with us ("Members") - must comply with this
iii. In accordance the LAA Service Agreement, we may remove any materials
that, in our sole discretion, may be illegal, may subject us to liability, or
which may violate this AUP.
iv. Your violation of this AUP may result in the suspension or termination of
your membership account.
v. This AUP should be read in conjunction with our LAA Service Agreement
b. VIOLATIONS OF THE ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
i. The following constitute violations of this AUP:
1. Illegal use. Using the Website to transmit any material (by email,
uploading, posting, or otherwise) that, intentionally or
unintentionally, violates any applicable local, state, national or
international law, or any rules or regulations promulgated
2. Harm to minors. Using the Website to harm, or attempt to harm,
minors in any way.
3. Threats. Using the Website to transmit any material (by email,
uploading, posting, or otherwise) that threatens or encourages
bodily harm or destruction of property.
4. Harassment. Using the Website to transmit any material (by
email, uploading, posting, or otherwise) that harasses another.
5. Fraudulent activity. Using the Website to make fraudulent offers
to sell or buy products, items, or services or to advance any type
of financial scam such as "pyramid schemes," "Ponzi schemes,"
and "chain letters."
6. Forgery or impersonation. Adding, removing or modifying
identifying network header information in an effort to deceive or
mislead is prohibited. Attempting to impersonate any person by
using forged headers or other identifying information is prohibited.
The use of anonymous remailers or nicknames does not
constitute impersonation. Using deliberately misleading headers
("munging" headers) in news postings in order to avoid spam
email address collectors is not allowed.
7. Unsolicited commercial email/Unsolicited bulk email. Using the
Website to transmit any unsolicited commercial email or
unsolicited bulk email. Activities that have the effect of facilitating
unsolicited commercial email or unsolicited bulk email whether or
not that email is commercial in nature, are prohibited.
8. Unauthorized access. Using the Website to access, or to
attempt to access, the accounts of others, or to penetrate, or
attempt to penetrate, security measures of the Website's or
another entity's computer software or hardware, electronic
communications system, or telecommunications system, whether
or not the intrusion results in the corruption or loss of data.
9. Copyright or trademark infringement. Using the Website to
transmit any material (by email, uploading, posting, or otherwise)
that infringes any copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, or
other proprietary rights of any third party, including, but not limited
to, the unauthorized copying of copyrighted material, the
digitization and distribution of photographs from magazines,
books, or other copyrighted sources, and the unauthorized
transmittal of copyrighted software.
10. Collection of personal data. Using the Website to collect, or
attempt to collect, personal information about third parties without
their knowledge or consent. Network disruptions and unfriendly
activity. Using the Website for any activity which adversely affects
the ability of other people or systems to use the Website or the
Internet. This includes "denial of service" (DoS) attacks against
another network host or individual user. Interference with or
disruption of other network users, network services or network
equipment is prohibited.
c. REPORTING VIOLATIONS OF THIS AUP
i. The LAA requests that anyone who believes that there is a violation of
this AUP direct the information to the chair of the Leadership Council. If
available, please provide the following information:
1. The IP address used to commit the alleged violation
2. The date and time of the alleged violation, including the time
zone or offset from GMT
3. Evidence of the alleged violation Email with full header
information provides all of the above. Other situations will require
different methods of providing the above information. The
Leadership Council may take action in response to complaints,
including but not limited to issuing warnings, deactivating the
Member’s account, or bringing legal action to enjoin violations
and/or to collect damages, if any, caused by the Member.