Answered By: Rich Gause Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 Views: 2452
The library does not have staff available to provide tutoring services. Ask at the Research & Information Desk for assistance in locating print and online resources, e.g.,
- Testing & Education Reference Center includes on-line practice tests and test prep eBooks
- Search the library catalog for various subjects covered in the Schaum's Outlines series, many of which are available online
- See online videos for research methods in the social sciences, including inferential statistics
- See also the Information Literacy Modules
Free tutoring services are provided by the Student Academic Resource Center in HPH 115 (Howard Phillips Hall) and two other locations (see CECS & VARC below). Subject areas include but are not limited to - Accounting, Statistics, Art History, Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Human Physiology, and Astronomy
CECS Tutoring Center in ENGR 281 (Engineering Building 1) provides tutoring in Calculus, Physics, Statics, Chemistry, Differential Equations, Computer Science and C Programming, Networks and Systems, Principles of EE, Electrical Networks, Linear Control and other courses.
Math Lab in MAP 113 (Math & Physics Building) provides tutoring in Finite Mathematics, Explorations in Mathematics, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Business Calculus, Precalculus, Mathematics for Calculus, Calculus I, II, III, and Differential Equations.
Accounting Tutoring Lab in BA1 241 (Business Administration 1)
Economics Help Desk in BA2 rooms 302A, 303A&C, & 303M (Business Administration 2) provides tutoring for Macroeconomics & Microeconomics (Principles & Intermediate) and the Quantitative Business Tools I and II series.
Finance Help Desk in BA1 456 (Business Administration 1)
- Stock Valuation
- Risk and Return
- Bond Valuation
- The Time Value of Money