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
ASSISTments

How it works

- NEWS FROM E-TRIALS -
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

WE ARE HIRING

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.