Ed-Tech Research Infrastructure to Advance Learning Science

Formerly known as the ASSISTments Testbed,
E-TRIALS offers researchers a completely unique way to ask questions about education at scale in

How it works

NSF provides $1 million in funding for study conducted in E-TRIALS
Dr. Candace Walkington of Southern Methodist University received $1 million from the NSF to collaborate with the E-TRIALS team. In her project, Dr. Walkington is examining the effects of tailoring algebra question content to students’ career interests.

"Quite simply, E-TRIALS is a dream come true for researchers interested in student learning."

Virginia Clinton, University of North Dakota


Would you or someone you know be perfect for this position? We are hiring a Programs & Communications Manager to support the growth of E-TRIALS. This role is full-time, remote, and will focus on relationships with researchers using our new app by managing meaningful programmatic opportunities and designing compelling marketing content. Visit the ASSISTments Careers page for more information.