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Learning Lab Mission, Scope & Function

Mission

The mission of the ACC Learning Labs is to help students become independent and active learners and to achieve academic success. Students are the central focus of the labs, and we are responsive to their individual needs.

We strive to achieve the following common goals

  • To help students develop positive attitudes towards learning and confidence in their ability to learn
  • To foster students' personal responsibility and accountability for their own learning
  • To provide instruction and services that address the cognitive and affective dimensions of learning
  • To provide a variety of tutoring approaches that are appropriate for the level of skills and learning styles of the students we serve
  • To introduce students to the culture of higher education and to assist them in transferring skills and strategies they have learned previously
  • To provide services and resources to faculty and staff that enhance and support classroom instruction and professional development
  • To support the academic standards and requirements of the college

Copyright 1997, 2009 by Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

Scope of Services and General Function

The Learning Labs serve all ACC students, placing emphasis on developmental and under-served students. We provide tutorial services to a diverse student population in an open-access lab setting and through Brainfuse online tutoring.

Modes of delivery include traditional and/or computerized one-on-one and small group tutoring, skills review workshops, guided study groups, and self-paced independent study.

Cooperative Function in Support of Developmental Education

Faculty can conduct the following activities in collaboration with the Learning Labs:

  • Diagnostic testing
  • Prescriptive alternative learning
  • Required lab components
  • Integral and/or complementary classroom activities
  • Tutoring assistance for combined classes
  • Support for fast-track and paired courses
  • Flex-entry/Flex-exit courses

Collaborative Function in Support of Staff and Faculty

In direct support of faculty and staff, we endeavor

  • To collaborate with task force leaders and faculty in addressing the learning needs and retention of students
  • To provide mutual consultation, as needed, on student progress
  • To provide training and professional development opportunities for tutors and lab assistants
  • To facilitate on-going academic discourse in and across the disciplines.

Function in Support of the College Mission

The Learning Labs programs support the academic standards and course offerings of the college. The Learning Labs work in partnership with the faculty, staff, and administration in upholding the mission, standards, and requirements of the college. We accomplish this function by

  • Collaborating on student access, retention and success initiatives and programs
  • Reviewing the mission of the labs periodically, to reflect changes at the college level.
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 http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

Learning Lab Information for Faculty

Accounting

Additional Services

Chemistry

English & Writing Skills

Foreign Languages

Health Sciences

Integrated Reading and Writing (INRW) and Reading-Intensive

Mathematics

Physics & Other Sciences

Student Success & EDUC 1300

TSI Test Preview and Assessment Review

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Accounting Instructors

The purpose of this site is to inform Accounting faculty of the resources available to them and their students at the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting the Labs. It is also intended to help increase visits and to improve communication between the faculty and the Labs.

To support Accounting faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • House specific materials (As space allows, teacher-designed materials may be kept in the lab for student use and referral)
  • Consult with teachers about students’ special concerns
  • Emphasize certain concepts or problems as per teacher request
  • Schedule and coordinate study groups

To enhance Learning Lab support, Accounting faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments and tests
  • Provide students with a copy of the Accounting tutors’ lab hours at the beginning of each semester
  • Encourage those students who need help to visit the Accounting tutors
  • Communicate to tutors any unique technique or concept being taught in classroom

The Learning Labs help Accounting students to:

  • Understand accounting concepts in the class textbook
  • Understand and help solve homework problems
  • Understand and implement assignments utilizing accounting software
  • Brainstorm ideas for annual report projects
  • Help students focus on appropriate information for annual report projects
  • Brainstorm ideas for budget projects

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Check the accounting website or http://www.austincc.edu/support-and-services/tutoring-and-academic-help/tutoring-services-and-schedules  to confirm resources and scheduled tutors' lab hours.
  • Read assignments and attempt problems prior to seeking assistance in the labs.
  • Bring a copy of the assignment and/or the class syllabus so the tutor knows teacher expectations.
  • Know that assigned class work is the student’s responsibility; tutors will not complete students’ assignments for them.
  • Indicate which problem or concept they need help in understanding.
  • Be prepared to ask specific questions concerning homework problems or accounting concepts.
  • Understand that Accounting tutors will spend appropriate time with students on a first-come first-served basis.

NOTE: In the Business Area of Study, the Learning Labs may also provide tutoring for other disciplines; however, for Office Administration courses, other ACC tutors provide support in Flex Labs that are separate from the Learning Labs. Flex Lab information and hours of operation are linked to

http://sites.austincc.edu/officeadmin/flex-entry-course-information/flex-lab-hours/

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Additional Services 

The ACC Learning Labs are united through a shared domain that gives students consistent access to the same software tutorial programs at all campuses. Through our tutoring and our technology, we strive to help students become independent, active learners and achieve academic success. 

In addition to individualized tutoring, group tutoring and specific software tutorials, the ACC Learning Labs provide the following services: 

Course Credit Exchange/Course Credit Alternative

  • After meeting with their Developmental Advisor, students who require special help to meet TSI (Texas Success Initiative) requirements may access lab software resources, to pursue individualized computer-based tutorials. Faculty whose students are mandated to pursue CCE/CCA plans should communicate fully and frequently with the appropriate Learning Lab Manager.

http://www.austincc.edu/support-and-services/tutoring-and-academic-help/learning-lab-services/learning-lab-staff

In-Class Assistance

  • Tutors may be scheduled for specific visits to developmental classes, to provide additional support to students; for example, basic computer skills or study skill overviews may be presented in class, at the request of the faculty

Computer Services and Usage

At all campuses, technology/software help is available through:

  • Learning Lab software orientation and introductory training for faculty and staff
  • Orientations to Learning Lab software and to use of computers for individual students and in computer-based classes
  • Scheduling and coordinating of class lab-components in Learning Labs computer areas
  • Setting up classes in tutorials, enrolling individual students in tutorials, printing progress reports
  • Assistance to faculty in completing self-evaluations on-line
  • Assistance in researching, testing, and evaluating software programs at faculty request
  • Computer support for students using adaptive equipment and software 

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Chemistry Instructors

The purpose of this site is to inform Chemistry faculty of the resources available to them and their students at the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting the Labs. It is also intended to help increase student use of the Labs and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.

NOTE: In the Science, Engineering, and Math Area of Study, at designated campuses, the Learning Labs also provide tutoring for other disciplines, including Biology, Biotechnology, Engineering, Geology, Math, and Physics.

To support Chemistry faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • House specific materials (As space allows, teacher-designed materials may be kept in the lab for student use and referral)
  • Provide review sessions for exams
  • Organize study groups for classes

To enhance Learning Lab support, Chemistry faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments and tests
  • Recommend that students come to the labs for help in chemistry
  • Meet regularly with tutors to discuss lecture topics and homework
  • Hold office hours in the labs

The Learning Labs also help students by:

  • Providing online connections to Chemistry Web sites
  • Providing computer access for various Chemistry software

The Learning Labs help Chemistry students by:

  • Working with students on homework assignments—this includes consistently using dimensional analysis in problem solving
  • Assisting students with understanding lecture topics
  • Helping students to understand laboratory experiments
  • Helping with laboratory pre-lab exercises 

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the assignment and/or the class syllabus so the tutor knows teacher expectations 
  • Know that assigned class work is the student’s responsibility; tutors will not complete students’ assignments for them
  • Be prepared to communicate as specifically as possible how they want the tutor to help them

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for English & Writing Skills Instructors  

The purpose of this site is to inform English & Writing Skills teachers of the resources available to them and their students at the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting us. It is also intended to help increase visits and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.

NOTE: In the Liberal Arts Area of Study, at designated campuses, the Learning Labs also provide tutoring for other disciplines, including Anthropology, Economics, Foreign Languages, Government, History, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology. In addition, at designated campuses, the Learning Labs provide tutoring for programs in two other Areas of Study, Arts, Digital Media, and Communication (including Art, Business-Government-Technical Communication, Creative Writing, Drama, Journalism, and Radio-Television-Film) and Education (including Child Care and Development).

To support English/Writing Skills faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • House specific materials (As space allows, teacher-designed materials may be kept in the labs for student use/referral.)
  • Provide study skills workshops (Scheduling requires two-weeks of advance notice.)
  • Provide basic training in relevant software tutorials
  • Consult with instructors about students with special concerns
  • Research, recommend and demonstrate instructional software

To enhance Learning Lab support, English/Writing Skills faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments
  • Refer students to the Learning Labs with specific requests (See our Writing Referral form, LELA.004.0807.indd)
  • Award extra credit to at-risk students who utilize lab resources
  • Collaborate with us to improve student access and success
  • Ask students to bring a copy of the directions for any assignment for which they want help, so that tutors will know the faculty’s expectations/requirements
  • Let students know they should ask questions and communicate their concerns to tutors
  • Remind students that tutors do not copyedit or proofread students’ papers; instead, tutors work with students who then do their own copyediting/proofreading

The Learning Labs can help English/Writing Skills students:

  • Understand writing assignments
  • Learn research resources and techniques
  • Analyze literature
  • Develop and organize papers logically
  • Understand and apply the rules of grammar and punctuation
  • Use documentation and bibliography formats appropriately

The Learning Labs can also assist:

  • Non-native speakers of English who have difficulty with written assignments
  • Underprepared students who need to improve study skills (taking notes, annotating texts, reading critically)
  • Technologically challenged students who need a demonstration of word-processing and/or navigating Internet resources
  • Students who need additional drill and practice (grammar, mechanics, ESOL) on computers

The Learning Labs offer these English/Writing Skills resources:

  • Grammar/punctuation handouts and online links
  • Software programs and tutorials

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the writing assignment so the tutor knows teacher expectations
  • Know that assigned classwork is the student’s responsibility; tutors do not copyedit or proofread papers
  • Be prepared to ask the tutor questions and to communicate their concern

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Foreign Languages Instructors  

The purpose of this site is to inform foreign language teachers of the resources available to them and their students in the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting the Labs It is also intended to help increase visits and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.

To support Foreign Languages faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • House specific materials (As space allows, faculty-designed materials may be kept in the labs for student use/referral.)
  • Provide language skills workshops (Scheduling requires two-weeks of advance notice.)
  • Provide basic training in relevant software tutorials
  • Consult with faculty about students with special concerns; provide feedback on students’ progress with software tutorials
  • Research, recommend and demonstrate instructional software

To enhance Learning Lab support, Foreign Languages faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments
  • Refer students to the Learning Labs with specific requests; award extra credit to at-risk students who utilize lab resources
  • Collaborate with us to improve student access and success
  • Ask students to bring a copy of the directions for any assignment for which they want help, so that tutors will know the faculty’s expectations/requirements
  • Let students know they should ask questions and communicate their concerns to tutors
  • Remind students that tutors do not “correct” assignments; instead, tutors work with students so that students can do their own work on assignments

The Learning Labs also offer these resources, for use within the labs:

  • Bilingual dictionaries
  • Selected conjugation texts (e.g., 501 French Verbs)

The Learning Labs help students in Foreign Languages:

  • Understand/review grammar structures
  • Pronounce, understand sound/spelling correspondences, and practice native-style articulations and rhythms
  • Learn study skills for language-learning
  • Recommend online tutorials for additional drill and practice

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the assignment and/or the class syllabus so the tutor knows teacher expectations
  • Know that assigned class work is the student’s responsibility; tutors will not complete students’ assignments for them.
  • Be prepared to communicate as specifically as possible how they want the tutor to help them.

NOTE: The Learning Labs also provide tutoring for other disciplines in the Liberal Arts Area of Study.

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

Learning Lab Information for Health Sciences Instructors

The purpose of this site is to inform faculty of Nursing, Pharmacology, and other Health Sciences courses about the resources available to them and their students in the ACC Learning Labs. The following information is intended to help us increase student visits to the labs and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.  

To support Health Sciences faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • House course-specific materials including packets of practice tests
  • Consult with teachers about students’ special concerns
  • Emphasize certain concepts or problems as per teacher request

To enhance Learning Lab support, Health Sciences faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and schedule for each course at the beginning of semesters
  • Provide us with relevant handouts and other learning materials
  • Refer students who may need one-to-one or special help

The Learning Labs also offer these resources:

  • Pharmacology handouts developed by ACC Pharmacology faculty (includes practice exams, practice problems, equivalency charts)
  • Additional books on math for health sciences and on reading and study strategies

The Learning Labs can help Health Sciences students to:

  • Develop efficient test-taking skills and study strategies for exams
  • Learn memory strategies to retain information
  • Improve skills in note-taking, reading texts, studying texts
  • Learn how to organize text material and notes for studying
  • Use packets of practice tests to understand the critical reasoning required to answer test questions
  • Learn how to study in study groups
  • Understand and apply techniques for writing well-organized papers and research reports
  • Learn research techniques and resources; use appropriate documentation and bibliography formats
  • Understand and apply grammar and punctuation rules

The Learning Labs help Health Sciences students develop requisite math skills by:

  • Providing tutoring in pharmacology math  
  • Helping students understand assignments
  • Tutoring students in basic fraction and decimal operations
  • Helping to create strategies for solving word problems; guiding students in use of dimensional analysis
  • Advertising pharmacology tutoring availability each semester
  • Advertising pharmacology dosage calculation workshops each semester 

The Learning Labs also help students by:

  • Tutoring non-native speakers of English who need help with reading and writing
  • Demonstrating word-processing and Internet resources
  • Providing workshops to classes, at request of faculty, on college success skills (e.g., reading texts, taking notes, taking tests, writing research reports)

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the assignment for which they need help
  • Bring textbooks and course materials to all tutoring sessions
  • Be prepared to ask questions

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Integrated Reading and Writing Instructors  

The purpose of this site is to inform INRW (Integrated Reading and Writing) faculty and the faculty of reading-intensive courses (history, government, psychology, sociology) of the resources available to them and their students at the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting the Labs. It is also intended to help increase visits and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.

To support INRW/Reading Intensive faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • House specific materials (As space allows, teacher-designed materials may be kept in the labs for student use/ referral.)
  • Provide study skills workshops (Scheduling requires two-weeks of advance notice.)
  • Provide basic training in relevant software tutorials
  • Consult with faculty about students with special concerns; provide feedback on students’ progress with software tutorials
  • Research, recommend and demonstrate instructional software
  • Visit class, to provide a workshop on specific reading skills or study skills

To enhance Learning Lab support, INRW/Reading Intensive faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments
  • Refer students to the Learning Labs with specific requests; award extra credit to at-risk students who utilize lab resources
  • Collaborate with us to improve student access and success
  • Ask students to bring a copy of the directions for any assignment for which they want help, so that tutors will know the faculty’s expectations/requirements
  • Let students know they should ask questions and communicate their concerns to tutors
  • Remind students that tutors do not “correct” assignments; instead, tutors work with students so that students can do their own work on assignments

The Learning Labs help INRW/Reading Intensive students to:

  • Understand reading assignments
  • Learn strategies for note taking, test taking, and studying
  • Learn how to create study groups and review sessions
  • Become familiar with software tutorials
  • Review for assessment tests
  • Navigate Internet resources and use word processing

The Learning Labs can also assist:

  • Non-native speakers of English who have difficulty with academic assignments
  • Under-prepared students who need to improve study skills (taking notes, annotating texts, reading critically)
  • Technologically challenged students who need a demonstration of word processing and/or Internet navigating
  • Students who need additional (online) drill and practice for reading, vocabulary, or other related skills. 

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the reading assignment and/or the class syllabus so the tutor knows teacher expectations
  • Know that assigned class work is the student’s responsibility; tutors will not complete assignments for them
  • Be prepared to communicate as specifically as possible how they want the tutor to help them.

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

Learning Lab Information for Mathematics Instructors

The purpose of this site is to inform Math faculty of the resources available to them and their students at the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting the Lab. It is also intended to increase visits and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.

NOTE: In the Science, Engineering, and Math Area of Study, at designated campuses, the Learning Labs also provide tutoring for other disciplines, including Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, and Physics.

To support Math faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • Assist students with accessing and navigating ALEKS
  • Provide additional drills and practice according to instructor’s specifications and requests
  • Provide feedback on students’ progress in the lab

To enhance Learning Lab support, Math faculty are encouraged to:

  • Meet with their campus’s Learning Lab Manager and the tutoring staff to discuss ways we can serve students; collaborate with us to improve student access and success
  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments
  • Visit the labs to see the setups and to learn what resources are available for students
  • Encourage students to visit us; ask students to bring a copy of the directions for any assignment for which they want help, so that tutors will know faculty’s expectations/requirements
  • Bring the class to the Lab as a group, at the beginning of the semester, for a brief orientation (staff will present information on signing-in, lab hours, lab resources, etc.)
  • Refer students to the lab who may need assistance with math skills; communicate the specific areas of concern; let us know if feedback is needed
  • Share resources with the lab staff, such as information on course requirements, relevant handouts, instructional materials, sample exams for review

The Learning Labs also offer these resources:

  • Guided study groups and workshops
  • Review sessions for mid-term and final exams

The Learning Labs help Math students to:

  • Understand homework assignments
  • Understand what they missed on tests and homework
  • Develop organizational skills and strategies for working mathematics problems
  • Use graphing calculators and other mathematical computer applications
  • Recommend software for drill, practice, and review
  • Provide one-on-one and group tutoring
  • Review sessions for mid-term and final exams
  • Check the math website for more information

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the math assignment and/or the class syllabus so the tutor knows teacher expectations.
  • Know that assigned class work is the student’s responsibility; tutors will not complete students’ assignments for them.
  • Be prepared to communicate as specifically as possible how they want the tutor to help them.

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Physics and Other Sciences Instructors  

The purpose of this site is to inform Physics and other Science instructors of the resources available to them and their students at the Learning Labs. The following information is intended to increase faculty awareness of what we offer and of how students might best benefit from visiting us. It is also intended to help increase visits and to improve communication between faculty and the Labs.

NOTE: In the Science, Engineering, and Math Area of Study, at designated campuses, the Learning Labs also provide tutoring for other disciplines, including Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, and Math.

To support Physics/Sciences faculty, the Learning Labs are equipped to:

  • Provide additional drills and practice according to instructor’s specifications and requests
  • Provide feedback on students’ progress in the lab

To enhance Learning Lab support, faculty are encouraged to:

  • Meet with the campus’s Learning Lab manager and the tutoring staff to discuss ways we can serve students
  • Visit the labs to see the setup and to learn what resources are available for ACC students
  • Encourage students to visit the labs
  • Refer students who may need assistance; communicate specific areas of concern, and let us know if feedback is needed
  • Share resources with the lab staff, such as information on course requirements, relevant handouts, instructional materials, sample exams for review

The Learning Labs also offer these resources:

  • Internet connections to Physics/Sciences web sites
  • Computer access for various Physics/Sciences online tutorials

The Learning Labs help Physics/Sciences students to:

  • Solve numerical and conceptual problems
  • Review for tests
  • Document lab write-ups correctly
  • Review remedial and advanced math training
  • Access online connections to Physics/Sciences websites

Students who visit the Learning Labs need to:

  • Bring a copy of the assignment and/or the class syllabus so the tutor knows teacher expectations
  • Know that assigned class work is the student’s responsibility; tutors will not complete students’ assignments for them.
  • Be prepared to communicate as specifically as possible how they want the tutor to help them.

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for TSI Test Preview and Assessment Review

To help students prepare for Assessment testing, the Learning Labs:

  • Provide individualized tutoring on a drop-in basis for the TSI assessment test
  • Inform students of practice tests for the TSI and the ACC Assessments 

Students who visit the Learning Labs for Assessment Preparation need to:

  • Know that tutoring labs are available at every campus and are open when ACC classes are in session; students can go to any learning lab to prepare for assessment testing
  • Invest extra time to acquire the skills they need to be successful with the TSI test, or other ACC assessment tests
  • Understand that tutors are not teachers; tutors work with students, as a complement to students’ own efforts
  • Come prepared with specific questions so that tutors are able to help students target particular skills they may need to review and determine where to focus their study efforts.
  • Become familiar with assessment resources available online and through other ACC services

The Learning Labs also offer these resources:

  • Links to online assessment preparation resources for TSI and other assessment/placement tests

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http://www.austincc.edu/facstaff/guide-to-services/information-by-discipline

LeLa Information for Student Success Instructors  

To help students who are entering college for the first time, returning after an extended absence, having difficulty with their studies, or wanting to get the most out of their efforts, the Learning Labs:

  • Provide study skills workshops (Scheduling requires two-weeks of advance notice.)
  • Provide help with accessing and navigating in relevant software/online tutorials
  • Consult with faculty about students with special concerns; provide feedback on students’ progress
  • Visit class, to provide a workshop on specific reading skills or study skills

To enhance Learning Lab support, EDUC 1300/Student Success faculty are encouraged to:

  • Provide us with a syllabus and a schedule of assignments
  • Refer students to the Learning Labs with specific requests; award extra credit to at-risk students who utilize lab resources
  • Collaborate with us to improve student access and success
  • Ask students to bring a copy of the directions for any assignment for which they want help, so that tutors will know the faculty’s expectations/requirements
  • Let students know they should ask questions and communicate their concerns to tutors
  • Remind students that tutors do not “correct” assignments; instead, tutors work with students so that students can do their own work on assignments

The Learning Labs can help EDUC 1300/Student Success students to:

  • Understand assignments
  • Learn strategies for note taking, test taking, and studying
  • Learn how to create study groups and review sessions
  • Become familiar with software tutorials
  • Navigate Internet resources and use word processing

EDUC 1300/Student Success students who visit the Learning Labs need to: 

  • Know that Learning Labs are available at every campus and are open when ACC classes are in session
  • Invest extra time to acquire the skills they need to be successful with their studies 
  • Understand that Learning Lab tutors are not teachers; tutors work with students, as a complement to students’ own efforts
  • Come prepared with specific questions so that tutors are able to help focus students’ efforts. 

 

 

 

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