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The Learning Center offers Supplemental Instruction (SI) for selected courses on campus. SI provides free organized study sessions which are open to any students in the course and are led by undergraduates who are selected and trained to be SI leaders.
The main goal of the SI program is to help students learn the course material and improve their course grade. In addition, we assist students in improving their study skills. We also provide students with an informal, personal, small group learning experience that helps them feel connected to other students and demonstrates the power of group study.
FALL 2020 COURSES:
BIOL 2325-01, 14:
|Mark Nielsen MarkNielsen@bioscience.utah.edu||Brett Engar email@example.com|
|Donald Chacon-Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org||Kristen Lefort email@example.com|
|Ryleigh Moore Ryleigh.Moore@utah.edu||Jacob Jones firstname.lastname@example.org|
|MATH 3210-01, 02, 03:
Foundations of Analysis I
|Gilber Moss email@example.com
Matt Cecil firstname.lastname@example.org
Henryk Hecht email@example.com
|Lex Newman Lex.Newman@utah.edu||Robbie Hartzell firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Robert de Grey email@example.com||Ainsley Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org|
General Physics I
|Richard Ingebretsen email@example.com||Philip Cullinane firstname.lastname@example.org|
General Physics I
|Richard Ingebretsen email@example.com||Sam Englert firstname.lastname@example.org|
Chemistry for Health Science
|Thomas Richmond email@example.com||Lexi Jolley firstname.lastname@example.org|
The Learning Center offers free one-on-one consultations to University of Utah students who want to improve their learning strategies. These consultations can range in topic of anything related to academic success including, but not limited to:
- time management
- study strategies
- test-taking strategies
- test anxiety
- learning styles
- critical thinking
- note-taking strategies
- and much more!
Faculty, staff, student organizations, and many others can benefit from the services offered at the Learning Center. Our center will tailor workshops or presentations to fit your needs, subject to staff availability. Topics include:
- Time Management
- Study Skills
- Test Taking Strategies
- Learning Styles
- Critical Thinking
- Reading / Note Taking Skills
These can be one-time workshops that meet during your course periods or they can be regularly-occurring workshops as a supplement to your courses. Complete the form to request a presentation/workshop.
Students Helping Students Succeed
The Learning Center is partnering with Academic Affairs to offer CircleIn for a select number of courses for Fall 2020. Students enrolled in HIST 1700, MATH 1010, MATH 1050, and WRTG 1010 can collaborate with their peers and get help from Learning Center tutors through this app. Students who participate in learning activities on CircleIn will be awarded points that can be used to redeem giftcards!