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Alexandria Technical College

ARCC Cambridge Campus

Bemidji State University

Central Lakes College Century Colleg

Century College

Century College

Century College

Century College

Century College

Century College

Century College Dakota County Technical College

Hibbing Community College Hibbing Community College

Lake Superior College

MCTC Mesabi Range Community and Technical College

Metropolitan State University Minnesota State College Southeast Tech

Minnesota State Mankato

Minnesota West Community & Technical College

MRCTC

MSCTC -Wadena Campus

MSU Moorhead

MSU Moorhead

Normandale Community College

North hennepen community college

North Hennepin Community College

Northland Com & Tech College - Thief River Falls Campus

Northland Community & Technical College Pine Technical College

Riverland CC

Rochester Community and Technical College

Saint Paul College

South Central

Southwest Minnesota State University

St. Cloud State University

St. Cloud State University

Department/Office For many institutions there might be multiple entries since tutoring services are performed across the organization

Contact name

Support Services

Mary Ackerman

Academic Support Center

Darla McCann

Center for Learning and Academic Student Success (CLASS)

Kathi Hagen

Academic Center for Enrichment Reading and Study Skills

Judy Richer Jenny Helgason

Writing Center

Laurel Hagge

Student Support Services/TRIO

Wade Warner

Mathematics Department

Jean Riddering

Student Services/Perkins

Andrea Roberge

Peer Tutoring/Tutors Linked to Classes

Keith R. Hagen

ESOL Department

Teresa Libby

Humanities Learning Center

Liliana Weber Kelly Murtaugh

Academic Center Academic Center

Torie Kutz Torie Kutz

Learning Center

Paula Young

Academic Affairs Learning Center

Karen Hynick Lindsay Lahti

Center for Academic Excellence Learning Resource Center

Sarah E. Hansen Steve Zmyewski

Center for Academic Success

jason westman

Library & Academic Resource Center

Pam Sukalski

Learning Center

Lindsay Lahti

Learning Services

Michael F. Heino

Academic Resource Office (ARO)

Diane Wolter

Supplemental Instruction

Diane Wolter

Academic Support Center

Jim Sutton

math resource center

dale bradtke

Peer Tutoring

Joe Crowe

Learning Center

Dean Dalen

Learning Services Center Student Affairs

Ellen Brehmer Doug Davis

Student Support Services

Mindi Federman Askelson

UCR Comprehensive Learning Center

Julie Rodakowski

Academic Support Center

Stephan Klaas

Academic Support Center Supervisor/Disability Director

Marilyn Weber

Academic and Diversity Resources

Linda Nelson

English

Carol Mohrbacher

Economics

David Switzer

Total overall budget

Budget detail administration/ coordination This would include: directors, supervisors, etc along with their support costs. These are folks that direct/supervise tutors.

Budget detail professional tutors

This would include: college staff, operating expenses, supplies, software maintenance, contract work (example SMARTHINKING)

These are nonstudents (staff) who would call themselves "tutors".

140,000

60,000

80,000

63,000

45,000

0

10,100

0

0

250,000 10,000

52,000

198,000

0

324,258

0

85,000

0

0

0

130,000

10,000

117,000

260,000

70,000

0

0

0

0

39,500 126,000

22,000

15,000 125,700

0 81,415 0 0

215,000

65,000

99,237

423,540 800

90,000 0

93,500 0

313,645 89,500

167,550

113,169

380,000

210,000

0

140,675

0

125,000

800

0

0

55,000

25,000

30,000

11,000

4,000

0

39,000

500

155,000

100,000

25,000

69,690

0

69,000

223,000

55,000

25,000

157,500

27,000

125,000

130,200 52,000

42,000 50,000

65,200 0

94,557

22,422

71,518

244,000

75,000

100,000

87,000

38,000

0

165,000

26,000

126,000

88,500

46,000

40,000

125,000

0

94,000

0

0

0

Budget detail Budget detail - peer tutors paid by tutors paid by federal/state department financial aid Of your professional Of your tutors, how much professional tutors, of the budget is how much of the paid for by budget is paid for federal/state by departments financial aid

Budget detail - supplies

Examples might include: copy costs, software maintenance, supplies, printing, mailing, etc.

4,000

peer tutors: 31912

6,000

10,000

100

25,000 10,000

3,500

0

0

0

0

0

3,000

116,000

0

6,833

0

6,500

2,500 300

16,500

3,200

42,237

8,100

165,000 0

11,700 800

27,662

4,753

50,000

2,500

10,000

5,000

5,000

800

0

250

0

350

10,000

7,000

0

690

140,000

2,000

65,500

8,000

18,000 3,500

5,000 100

3,270

10,000

4,000

23,000

500

3,000

5,000

2,000

0

500

0

17,000

0

0

Budget detail contractual services/outside vendors

Staff - full time

Staff - part time

Example: SMARTHINKING

This is NOT FTE (full time equivalent). does 2 part time = 1 full time? Staff would be either full-time or part-time. Do not include students in this count UNLESS the students are full time graduate Part time staff assistants/tutors. not students

3

2,000

1

0

1

5,000

1 1

6 1

2

33

0

2

1

0

0

2

0

2

0

0

2

0

0

1

1

1 4

2 0 2

1 1

1

8

5,600 0

1 1

8 1

0

4 0

20 2

0

5

0

6,750

0

2.51

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

10,000

1

3

1

1

1,000

2

1

2

3

0 0

1 0

8 1

616

3

1

25,000

1

16

0

1

0

0

2

4

0

1

2

4,700

0

0

0

Staff student workers

Bargining units please list (e.g. MAPE, MMA, etc)

Students - total number of visits/served (duplicative count)

Students - Number of unique students served Example: If one student visits 10 times then there would be 1 student added to this column

How many students work in your operation as part time Examples: MAPE, tutors? MMA, etc.

Example: If one student visits 10 times then there would be 10 visits added to this column

30 MMA, AFSME

240

20 MAPE (Director)

4940

1038

10 Musaff

250

250

50 ASPME 2 AFSME

750 400

3 AFSCME, faculty

42411

3576

0 AFSCME

1451

104

10 AFSCME

11000

CLA II full-time 0 positionsAFSCME

3000

0

60 MAPE

1500

665

2 AFSCME

2050

424

13 AFCME AFSCME

16000 3892

530 239

25 AfSCME, MAPE

3318

270

AFSCME-prof. tutors 21.5 14695 0

MMA- Director AFsCME- CLA's and OSD MSCF- Faculty specialists 165 and release projects 25 MAPE

8136 1200

1855 200

MSUAASF (administration) AFSCME (support) non-teaching IFO (professional and faculty 25 tutors) AFSME

5953

1445

50 MSUAASF, AFSCME

17509

3083

0.56 MAPE, AFSCME

2578

12 MAPE

1200

Fulltime - 1/2 AFSCME and 1/2 MAPE 0 Parttime - AFSCME

4000

50

Tutoring is one of the services offered in the ARO, which is staffed by four MSUAASF and one ACFSME. Tutoring has one graduate student coordinator. Coordinator MSUAASF We have 15 - 18 student employees, including one graduate assistant and the rest undergraduate student SI Leaders.

530

160

7000

800

MAPE 45 AFSCME full time tutor is also the coordinator/supervisor of the area. both posiitons are afscme. the full time poisiton pd is currently trying to be updated (again) to mape. Doer rejected the 0 last several tries.

5400

2500

2500

MAPE 40 AFSCME

3168

391

MMA 8 AFSCME

2000

225

3 MAPE, AFCME 9 MAPE

3536

203

MMA 1 AFSCME 3

254

30 AFSME (CLA2s)

17000

2500

15 MAPE

5200

MMA=Director, AFSCMEstaff tutors 8 1348 735

8 MSUAASF

31 IFO

5500

2500

0

120

50

Could you BRIEFLY describe how you keep track of your various counts (e.g. notebook, spreadsheet, software application, etc)

spreadsheet

Homegrown electronic sign in and Access data base for tutoring. Excel spreadsheet and paper-pencil sign in for SI leaders

students signed in and out of tutoring room and initialed by peer tutor

Spreadsheet Hourly on a spreadsheet, I do a head count.

We have a program in Access that students sign in and out of when they use the Writing Center.

Tutors enter notes into the program database indicating amount of time with each student and what is covered. Database required for grant.

Notebook. We had students sign in, but not out. There was no check if students didn't sign in. Student contact is tracked on a spreadsheet. The numbers include workshops on topics such as study skills and reading a textbook, group and individual tutoring. We are just starting to put in to place a ''student tracking system''.

Intake forms Database Spreadsheets

We track each student tutoring session in a notebook (student name, time spent tutoring, what was covered, and who worked with the student). Each student signs in on a clipboard when they use either of the two computer labs. They record their time in and time out. Attendance is taken both during our conversational groups and computer login/logouts. The computer helps to track the amount of hours each student spends in the lab and the attendance sheet is used to verify that the student is participating in conversational groups.

Outlook; paper/pencil sign-in

Student sign-in sheets

paper and pencil sign in and out; data counted and put into excel spreadsheet to save it.

Access data base Work study hours, spreadsheet, survey

We use a homegrown database (currently run on Oracle with a Microsoft Access user interface) that communicates with ISRS (when we view a student record, we see the address information from ISRS; when we run reports, we see the demographic information in aggregate). Note Book Appointments...

Tracking software created by IT. Uses a scanner and Filemaker. Students must bring student ID, card is scanned in and out, automatically tracks unique visits and sessions.

Different by campus as far as initial tracking - many use by hand tracking to start and all transfer to either Microsoft Access or Excel. Accumulated statistics in Excel.

#NAME?

Excel spreadsheet These numbers are for fall 2008 only--the program was revamped at that time, with significant changes, so previous data are irrelevant

Excel spreadsheet, plus attendance figures are added to their student record

Students check in with their ID cards. We have a program, Campus Track, that is linked to ISRS to give us their schedules. We pick which class they want to see a tutor for and which tutor they see.

Not sure what you are looking for in unique students served...we serve any and all. We have a tick sheet that we track the number of quesions answered each hour. These are then summarized every week and at the end of semester.

TutorTrac (3rd party software) Access/Excel databases Notebooks. Working on Access program. Hope to implement soon.

We have 'Verification' Data Forms that students fill out each time they tutor or take a test. A work study does the data entry into an XCel spreadsheet that we are able to call upon for service information. Spreadsheet

I export staff members data from electronic calendar in group wise then put info into a spread sheet. Very, Very time consuming.

We have a software program developed on site, and students sign-in via computer when they enter the LC, including student ID, whether they are a native or non-native speaker, and what area(s) they will be getting service in.

Data is collected by hand via a data form (For lab tutoring, abbreviated data is collected via notebook.) Data from both the data forms and notebooks are entered periodically into the center's database, which is stored on an Excel spreadsheet.

Access data base used for Math Center and general tutoring; spreadsheets used by each study group tutor; Smarthinking statistics electronically generated

Each tutor keeps their own records using a spreadsheet format to track sessions.

WConline's scheduling and data tracking program We have a weekly sign-in sheet that we keep in the tutoring area. Tutors are to fill out logs for every student they see. This data is not currently entered into any spreadsheet or other software program.

Please list subjects/courses supported

Hours of Number of tutoring availability per weeks week Do not include Smarthinking. Just identify those weeks that your tutoring operation is goin. For a given week that you are open, how many hours are you available. Example: 9-5 is 8 hours.

List what is offered as far as tutoring or specific course work.
Math Algebra Geometry Accounting Psychology Anatomy & Physiology Criminal Code Constitutional Law Juvenile Justice Child Development Composition/Technical Writing Public Speaking Job Seeking Intro to Computer Nutrition Ethics Sociology JAVA Solid Works Geometric Tolerance Blueprint reading Photoshop Typography American Sign Language Statics Chemistry AutoCAD CISCO Website Development

34

36

Accounting,Anatomy,Astronomy,Biology,Chemistr y,English,Environmental Science,Logic,Math (all levels),Nursing,Online course navigation,Philosophy,Physics,Psychology,Public Issues,Reading, Sociology,Spanish,Statistics,Writing (SI in all math,reading & English developmental classes)

46

86

math biology chemistry philosophy physics

24

28

All college courses either through professional or peer tutors Reading and Study Skills Education

36 32

50 40

ENGL 80, 90, 1021, 1022, etc. All courses across the campus.

16

58

English, Reading, Writing, Math (10-calculus, statistics, economics, physics), Medical Dosages, Biology Basic Math Introductory Algebra/Geometry Intermediate Algebra Trigonometry College Algebra Statistics Single Variable Calculus Differential Equations Medical Dosages

36

40

32

54.5

Perkins qualified majors, Career and Technical Programs only.

51

35

Accounting, Anatomy and Physiology, Art History, Biology, Chemistry, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Applications, Computer Science, Microcomputer Support Technology, Dental Assistant' Emergency Medical Services, Engineering, Human Services, Interior Design, Nursing, Office Technology, Radiologic Technology, Visual Communications Technologies, Economics, English, ESOL, Health, History, Horticulture, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Reading, Sociology, Spanish

46

40

ESOL 21,21,23,31,32,33,41,42, 43,53,1033,1035 and 790 (these are ESOL reading, writng, listening and speaking, and pronunciation classes).

29

44

Spanish(1011,1012,2021,2022) Spanish for HelthCare Professionals 1. French (1011,1012) Chinese (1011,1012,2021) English, reading, math, accounting, computer applications, science Math, English, Chemistry, Psychology, Art, Business,Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Coding, Nursing, Accounting, History, Photoshop, Illustrator, Law Enforcement. If there is a request in any subject, we attempt to fulfill that request.

40 42

40 116

36

42.5

Fundamentals of Writing I and II Comp I and II Reading and Study Skills I and II Pre-algebra-College Alg. Pre-calculus-Calc. III Physics Economics Accounting Medical Terminology Intro. Cell Bio. Anat and Phys I and II Microbiology Chemistry Courses General Psych Some Computer Careers ACCT1180 ACCT1200 ACCT1210 ACCT1220 ACCT1255 ACES1000 ACES1132 ACES1190 ADEV1100 ADEV1185 AMIS1000 AMIS1200 AMSL1000 AMSL1100 AMST1000 ARTS1142 ASTR1110 ASTR1115 BIOL1100 BIOL1120 BIOL1127 BIOL1128 BIOL1136 BIOL1137 BIOL1160 BIOL1190 BIOL2200 BIOL2224 BIOL2225 Technical programs, Math, English, Writing, Biology, Computers, Smarthinking topics

40

51

40 32

46 8

math, statistics, science (chemistry, biology, physics), java programming, writing in any discipline General Education Courses and Technical courses as needed... mathematics writing biology chemistry physics statistics accounting economics french spanish chinese study skills most general education courses upon request

41 40

46 51

40

44

ALL All Techncial programs Math English Science Social Sciences History Computer Technology Electronics, Telephone, Nursing, Cosmotology, Child Care, Lineworker, Accounting,Plumbing, Construction Electrician, Computers, Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Physics, Soc., Psych.,Anat. & Physiology, etc.

43

32

8

39

34

Art, accounting, biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, math, psychology, music, paralegal, sociology, histroy, poli sci--we try to meet all individual requests

14

biology, chemistry, math, physics ACCT ECON PHIL CHEM MATH CSCI PHYS BIOL PSYC ENGR READ EAP SOC

14

48

42

47

math-any from artithmetic to calculus, diffeq, linear algbra. chemistry physics nursing students any math related class

52

60

accounting business academic development anthropology biology chemistry computer information systems english English for Speakers of Other Languages history math music nursing pyschology sociology speech spanish american sign language

46

200

Will atempt to find a tutor for all areas taught on campus. Developmental Math Developmental Algebra College Algebra College Math Physics Chemistry Micribiology Anatomy & Physiology (Intro, A&P I, A&P II) Medical Terminology Nursing Intro to Computer Networking Accounting classes Bookeeping Developmental Reading Basic English Composition Writing Center Study Skills Math, Composition, Biology, Nursing, CAD, Ethics, Speech

48

47

32 14

45 12

Accounting Diesel Business Communications Principals of Bookkeeping Intro to Biology Earth Science Intro to Sociology D2L Speech 1200 Medical Terminology Math for RN Blue Print Reading Medical Office Procedures Ethics Intro to Pyschology HTML Human Relations Auto Mechanics College Prep Reading, A&P Freshman English College Algebra Developmental Math Certified Nursing Asst. Chemistry Cosmetology Classes in which tutoring was provided by peer tutors:

48

160

math, science, writing, computer applications, and a few other disciplines tutored throught Drop-In tutoring Algebra (Intro,Intermediate,Trade, Accounting, American Sign Language, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Business, Calculus, Chemistry (I, II, Organic), Computer Basics, Economics, English, ESL, History, Interpersonal Communication, Logic, Machine Tool Technology, Math Fundamentals, Medical Lab Technology, Medical Terminology, Microbiology, Microsoft Office, Nursing Dosage, Nutrition, Physics, Psychology, Reading, Respiratory Care Therapy, Statistics, Study Skills, Writing(for all subjects)

44

57

41

38

developmental Reading, Writing and Math; Pre-Calculus, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Math Concepts, Statistics, Anatomy, Biology, Cell Biology, Microbiology, Physiology, Chemistry, Nutrition, Medical Administration, Accounting, Office Technology, Web Design, JAVA. We also provide Study Skills trainings for classes and individuals. 36 Writing (grammar, papers, proofreading), Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Business, Economics, Accounting, Statistics, History, Psychology, Philosophy, Health, Geography, Sociology, Spanish, ELL, Anatomical Kinesiology any course where a written assignment is involved. also, job application materials, scholarship essays, grad school app materials, etc. 46

30

45

42

75

Economics 205/206: Principles of Macro and Principles of Macro

13

15

Total amount of tutoring hours provided

Facility hours (e.g. school year, summer)

Would include: face to face, online or by e-mail and total When can the student amount of hours students find an actual tutor work with tutors. available?

School year--some in 1332 summer

school year: 8:00am-8:00 pm M-Th 8:00am - 4:00 pm Fri. 3,989

500 school year school year- 7:00am 5:00 pm 50 summer 8:00 -4:30 40 School year School Year: Monday through Thursday- 7:45 to 7, Friday7:45 to 4, Saturday- 8 to 2 Summer: Monday through Thursday- 7:00 to 5:30. (These hours have been changed [expanded] since 395 the 07-08 fiscal year.)

School year 8am-4pm as long as classes are held. 1451 Summer T and W 9-2

School Year M-Th 7:30 - 6:00 F 7:30 - 2:00 Sa 8:00 - 12:00 1760 Summer: Unknown

70 Year-round

8:00 - 4:30 M-F (School year) 8:00 - 5:00 M-Th and 8:00 Noon Fri (Summer)

8:00-6:00 Mon - Thur and 812 Fri (school year) 230 8:30-2 Mon - Thur (summer)

School Year: 9:00am-6:00pm M-TH 9:00am-3:30pm F Summer: 1500 9:00am-2:00pm M-TH 4064 school year, summer limited

School Year; 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Fall and Spring Mon-Thurs 7:00-6:00 Friday 7:00-4:00 Saturday 10:00-2:00 Most tutors start at 8:00 or 9:00 Summer 143 Mon-Thurs 9:00-2:00

fall, spring and summer session based on the 46 academic calendar 8 school year

Buildings are open 8 a.m. 10 p.m. year round (except holidays); Fall/Spring 15 week terms, Summer 14 342 week term 2040 2500 (year)

Our main office is open 84:30 Monday - Friday during the academic year and 7:30 4 during summer. Tutoring hours are Mon - Wed 9-8, Thur 9-4, and Fri 9-1 during academic year. Varied during summer.

Varies by campus: Academic Year: 2 campuses – 39 hours/week 2 campuses – 45/51 hours/week 1 campus – 60/week Summer: 4 campuses – 20 hours/week 1 campus – 30 hours/week

1500 school year and summer

1326 academic year only

School year 8 - 7 M-H, 8 4:30 Fridays. Summer 8 - 4:30. Summer tutoring depends on budget 530 left over from school year

Each course has 2 - 3 scheduled sessions/week, 630 plus student office hours.

Mon - Thurs 8 am - 6 pm 1974 Fri 8 am - 3 pm Monday thru thursday 8 am to 8pm. friday 8 am to 4pm. saturday 10am to 2pm. regular school hours. summer school hours are usually: monday, thrusday 8 to 4, tues and wed 9 t 7, 60 friday 8-12.

school year: m-h 8-8 f 8-4 sa 10 -2 School year - 7 am to 4:30 pm Summers- By request

school year 6am - 10pm Monday - Thursday Friday 6am - 5pm Summer 6am - 6pm Monday - Thursday Friday 6am - 5pm

45 577 all 3 semesters

See information in hours 1414 available SCHOOL YEAR: 8 to 8 M - TH; 8-3 F; some Saturdays close to finals SUMMER: each discipline varies, but about 6 to 10 2000 hours per week per discipline

Monday-Thursday: 10am6:30pm 1558 Friday: 9am-3:30pm

46 hours/week fall and spring semesters; 20 hours/week summer session; posted hours vary semester to semester 1448

School year, limited summer 2250 hours

4216 ? Usually approximately 1-4:30, but it varies by semester depending on the schedules 195 of the volunteer students.

Do you use 'Supplemental Instruction' (SI) or similar peer assisted group work

Please identify any technology tools/services you use

Was this included in your previous numbers? If you used SI include these in your hours and other information. Need to know how many hours are face/face, open lab.

We use study groups.

Smarthinking Lifetime Learning Library (Skills lab) Email a tutor service Yes

none program is no longer available and has been passed to another dept. for the last couple of years. Data was forwarded that was kept--no longer available since program has changed Computer programs, Jaws, Kerswell, Dragon Dictate, Writers Plus, Read Please, Smarthinking, Peach Tree, Program software in Technical courses.

si

about 20% No

Group study sessions Math 70 and Math 1061 during Academic year open to all Century Students

We use a database to track our usage. We have computers that run the Microsoft Office 2007 Suite. We offer keyboarding practice software, Grammar 3D software, and Internet access. We also offer wireless Internet access. Students can also use the Online Writing Center via D2L. Please note. This is a report on tutoring provided within an SSS grant-- students have to apply to be part of the program. Tutoring is one component of the services SSS provides and SSS is not just a tutoring program.

Computers Graphing Calculators MyMathLab WebAssign No

Tutors Linked to Courses reported by another area.

We are in the process of implementing a home grown tool to track student usage.

Yes - We have a program called Tutors Linked to Classes

Computers, Smarthinking, Tools available in each lab (Radiology, Dental, EMS, Engineering, etc...) We use grammar and pronunciation software in the computer labs for self directed student study. We have an instructor created web site ''Vitual Grammar Lab'' for students to review grammar. We have a Digital Learning Lab that the students do digital recordings on and can listen to thier voices for pronunciation practice. They can also speak in paired groups. There is keyboarding software also, for self directed student practice.

no

Language software, voice recorder,flash cards,power points presentations,language puzzels,movies,music,etc. no SmarThinking

Yes

Smartthinking; D2L; computers, printers, scanners, photocopier

??? Have tried some SI groups and they have PassKey tutorials to prep for placement not been used. test/retest; supports developmental reading, too.

Yes- piloting in Chem and PSYCH No

Smartthinking Computer labs, scanners, D2L, email, printers, Skype

No. no

D2L for writing tutor support in distance courses; some disability related software; excel spreadsheets for scheduling appointments; Ti83/Ti84 and TiConnect for graphing calculator instruction;

No

Various course specific software. Filemaker for tracking system.

yes, Peer Tutoring Group work

Smarthinking

No

study groups

none

Yes, this campus has SI, those data are not included above. Let me know if you'd like them. These data are for SI specifically. The items above did not allow me to select undergraduate student SI Leaders, paying these students takes the vast majority of the budget. The GA earns $5,000/year.

Smarthinking Campus Track yes

we have a computer in the area for sudents to use to access on line homework...owl, mathxl, d2l. etc. we have cds or video tapes that correspond to the there has been a class or two where the books that students can borrown. we have instructor has used this opiton.....but peer current text books and a library of older ones that tutors are used for the class. students can use while in the area

online appointment scheduling via TutorTrac student lab PCs for general course work some in-lab tutoring for sciences and computers ''smart'' classrooms for workshops and tutor training Various computer programs like Jaws, ReadPlease, etc CCTV set up in Learning Center.

Yes. In nursing program.

Text to Speech software 'Read Please' free download from the internet Adobe 9.0 for scanned text audio conversion Abby9 for scanning and making CD's for students who don't have laptops Only as provided by instructors No Interpreters for the deaf Smarthinking

yes

Study groups Smartthinking Synergistic Study Skills Kerzwell

a variation of it

software sign-on program developed on campus; Atomic Learning;

writing tutoring via email, three desktop computers *Budget Note: Please note that $25,500 is budgeted for non-FA student-worker tutors, who cannot be considered professional tutors but who also do not work as FA work-study tutors. (This was not a category found in the survey.)

Yes - an experimental trial of SI has just started.

Yes, we lead structured study groups for Science courses; groups are led by staff tutors

use WebEx to host study groups remotely to students on our Faribault campus; designated computers for student check-in at all 3 of our locations; ''smart carts'' in 2 of our 3 locations for presentations; TV/DVD players for viewing study skill presentations

Yes, we lead structured study groups for courses; groups are led by both peer and Intelligent Tutor software; limited online tutoring professional tutors through Smarthinking We have online tutoring, wiki tutoring, an Instant Nothing organized under the SI program. Messaging system for short answers, LEO--an We do our own thing and our own training. online writing resource.

No

We currently do not use anything.

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