Better student projects
First-hand experience of experimental design
Reduced dependancy on labs and facilities
Dozens of samples and classic tasks available out-of-the-box
Exceptional practical teaching
Dr Daniel Richardson
Reader in Cognitive Science, University College London
This experience would typically not be available to psychology students until the lab component of the 2nd year of their course, but with Gorilla, we were able to build it in to the class room from the outset. The students investigated 26 primary hypotheses of their own creation from social stereotypes connected to downs’ syndrome to implicit attitudes towards people of different faiths as well as numerous secondary hypotheses. Running the experiment online via their social networks, the class collected data from over 1500 participants.”
Be an inspirational
Research Methods lecturer
Set The Agenda
Create sample materials for your students to use
Create modules and assignments that follow your lectures
Set your students loose and watch them get creative
Review their work online
Dr Jenny Rodd
Senior Lecturer, University College London
Prepare students for modern behavioural research
Gorilla is an excellent teaching tool. It can help students to understand and experience classic tasks, collaborate on complex research projects, and collect questionnaire and task data ready for analysis
Find out how UCL uses Gorilla to introduce research methods to first year Psychology students, turning the “final project” paradigm on its head
Read about how remote and evening-study students at Birkbeck University used Gorilla’s easy virtual collaboration tools to carry out novel research
Check out some classic tasks that have already been built in Gorilla. Cloning these examples into a project can be a great way for students to get started!
Explore Gorilla Academy, a content library for educators: Video lectures covering basic and advanced concepts, in-depth reviews of papers, step-by-step guides for building tasks and downloadable data for analysis. Feel free to use what you need and save time, so that you can focus on the important aspects of your work.
Dr Stephanie Lazzaro
Senior Teaching Fellow, University College London
Sow The Seeds
There are many services we offer to help you learn more about using Gorilla for teaching and how it can help your department. Contact us to discuss your needs or arrange a demonstration.
Read about the UCL experience of using Gorilla with undergraduate students here.
To see how our tools work, get started with our onboarding videos.
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