What is CSLC?

We are transitioning from the name Computer Supported Collaborative Science (CSCS) to a more inclusive name - CSUN Science Learning Collaboratory. This does not imply that we have any less faith on the value of collaborative web-based resources to engage all learners in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of individual data in the context of whole-class data. But now most teachers are familiar with these tools. The SLC will look more broadly at issues of science teaching and learning, especially how to address the NGSS.



  • Matthew d'Alessio, Geology
  • Gini Vandergon, Biology
  • Norman Herr, Science & Technology Education
  • Brian Foley, Technology and Science Education
  • Dorothy Nguyen-Graff, Chemistry
  • Li Ye, Chemistry
  • Mahya Babaie, UCI
  • Christine Hirst, West Ranch School
  • Jeannie Chipps, Granada Hills CHS
  • and many other talented teachers
The CSUN SLCproject is supported by grants from Ten Strands, DiCaprio Foundation,  Hewlett Packard, Google, 3M, the California Science Project, and the California Math Science Technology Initiative. 

Brian Foley,
Mar 6, 2012, 10:07 AM
Brian Foley,
Jun 13, 2017, 3:30 PM
Matthew d'Alessio,
Jul 9, 2012, 11:32 AM