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Tutoring & Learning Resources
The Learning Centers offer both in-person and online tutoring for many introductory courses, including English and writing, accounting, math, statistics, biology, chemistry, economics, and computing.
Best practices for succeeding in online courses, such as making study plans, taking online tests, getting better with technology, etc.
How to do Research in College
How to do Research Guide
Includes tips on searching databases, finding scholarly sources, evaluating resources, and citing sources.
Virtual Library Orientation
Get an overview of the Library Resources and an interactive introduction to conducting research.
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