Group Study Sessions - Summer 2015
Group study sessions are available for select courses throughout all three Summer terms. Group tutors can assist with questions, guided study, discussion and review. This study group approach gives tutoring support along with peer support. Group tutoring will be held twice a week for each summer term. Small group tutoring sessions consist of 1-5 students and meet every week throughout the semester.
See the flyer and Check back for a complete summer schedule of classes schedules as they are updated. Please see Julie Hohmann in the Learning Resource Center, located in Strickler 107, for more information about attending these sessions.
Virtual Scheduled Tutoring
REACH offers undergraduate students the option of virtual tutoring for all virtual courses and onsite courses offered through the LRC. Our virtual tutoring sessions make getting help easy and convenient. Virtual tutors use chat and/or video chat to help students. Sessions are conducted using Collaborate in Blackboard classrooms created for tutoring.
You can sign up for a virtual tutoring session by submitting the Request for Online Tutoring.
If you are enrolled in a virtual course in the summer supported by REACH, you will receive an e-mail regarding the opportunity for virtual tutoring.
E-mails are sent to enrolled students for select virtual courses offered during Term II (June) and Term III (July).
Study sessions times are set up by the student leaders who conduct them.
If you have questions about virtual tutoring for summer semesters, contact the Learning Resource Center at 852-7516 or 852-8134
Tutoring for Disabled Students
Individual Tutoring for Disabled Students is available through REACH. Students with physical disabilities or diagnosed learning disabilities are provided appropriate accommodations when making a tutoring request with the LRC Coordinator. The LRC and the Disabilities Resource Center collaborate to both advise and refer students to appropriate services in both centers.
Resources in the LRC
The LRC Computer Mini-Lab located in Strickler Hall Room 107 is available for students to use for email, Internet research, and Blackboard access. Textbooks with CD Rom are available for the GRE, LSAT, and the MCAT exams. The LRC Computer Mini-Lab should not be confused with the REACH Computer Resource Center, which is located on the first floor of Ekstrom Library.
The electronic classroom, located in Strickler Hall Room 111, is a state-of-the-art classroom with:
- Internet-ready computer with smart board technology (LCD touch screen with pen that allows electronic writing and highlighting on the computer desktop)
- Document projector for displaying handouts and notes not in electronic format
- DVD VHS VCR
- Connection available for a laptop computer or external audio/video source
UofL faculty and staff can reserve the room for classes and presentations. Check the calendar for availability and request a reservation. Contact the LRC Coordinator to check availability or request a reservation.