## Math Learning Lab

**Beginning March 30th:**All Math Learning Lab Tutoring is now provided on-line via Zoom. Click on the link below for instructions to connect with a tut*or.*

### Tutoring Schedule (Google Sheet)

**MATH 290 - **Your tutor will provide you with a link to log your tutoring sessions. If you have a hardship situation, please email Pamela Morrell **pmorrell@csuchico.edu **

#### How to use the Math Learning Lab

- Bring your textbook, notes, laptop (if using an online learning system).
- Sign in, including Student ID#.
- Ask for help - raise your hand.
- Do your homework in the lab and ask if you need help.
- Group with others in the same course and work together.
- Bring your own calculator, pencils, etc. We have whiteboards in the lab.

#### Math Tutor Role

It is not the role of the tutors to give answers. Tutors are there to teach students skills that they can apply to their current and future assignments and in class. Even if they aren't experts in your particular subject, they will look at it and try to figure it out. We can't guarantee that we can help with every problem, but we will certainly try!

## Other Tutoring Options

- One on one tutoring by appointment
- Private Math Tutor List - Available upon request - mathdept@csuchico.edu
- Office hours - Visit your professor during office hours.
- Textbook websites - Many texts have "companion" websites with videos, practice tests, reviews, and tutorials.
- Great Math Websites with free help:

**Become a Tutor! **

**Now accepting applications for Fall 2020. Submit your application by April 30th. **

**Applications are available in HOLT 181 and SSC 340.**