ULA Program Management Workshop


Friday, December 7, 2018 - 10:00am to 12:00pm


Biomedical and Physical Sciences (BPS) Building, Room1425

Using LA Campus Software to Manage Your LA Program

Valerie Otero, Professor of Science Education, University Colorado Boulder, and Executive Director, Colorado Learning Assistant Program and International Learning Assistant Alliance is the featured speaker for this workshop on Learning Assistants. As your LA program grows (and it will), you will need help managing it. LA Campus is a centralized sstem for faculty course proposals, student applications, data collection, and data downloads. It connects and facilitates communication among faculty, department coordinators, program coordinators, and students. Learn the benefits (and challenges) of centralizing your LA program and how LA Campus software can help!

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This is the second day of a series of events focused on undergraduate learning assistants (ULAs) in STEM courses hosted by the STEM Education Alliance.  Note: Dr. Otero will give a research talk on Thursday, December 6th, followed by a poster session. We invite members of the MSU community to present posters on ULA programs, the use of ULAs in curricula, or research related to ULAs.


Both events are sponsored by the College of Natural Science and CREATE for STEM Institute at MSU with support from Howard Hughes Medical Institute.