Student Assessment of Learning Gains


Please note: This site is retired as of June 30, 2008. Please use the new and improved site at:

This free site is designed for instructors of all disciplines who would like feedback from their students about how the course elements are helping their students to learn. It is offered as a service to the college-level teaching community. Once you've registered, you can do the following both quickly and easily:
  • Modify the SALG instrument so that it fits your own course design
  • Enable your students to complete this instrument on-line
  • Review and download a statistical analysis of the students' responses
This re-structuring of this site was made possible by the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology through their Science Education for New Civic Engagements (SENCER) grant from the National Science Foundation. This site is linked to by the NISE's College Level One site, which offers information on using collaborative learning, assessment, and technology in college-level science classrooms.


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This site was created with funding courtesy of the The ExxonMobil Foundation and the following National Science Foundation-funded projects:
New Traditions (NT)
ModularChemistry (MC2)
The National Institute for Science Education
Original Content Copyright ©1997 Elaine Seymour. All rights reserved.