JUST WHAT IS A STUDY SESSION?
Study sessions are times and places when students from a particular class can study together. Where possible, the Earth Sciences Department will provide tutors and/or instructors to assist with questions and to facilitate students working together. The intention is that students use these study sessions to help succeed in the class, by reviewing material, studying for exams and quizzes, and practicing in-class material. Please be respectful of everyone’s time and energy during study sessions. Prepare ahead by reading your textbook, reviewing your notes, and identifying the specific areas in which you need help, practice, or review.
Spring 2015 Study Sessions Schedule
Starts the 3rd week of the semester;
Ends the last week of classes and subject to change.
THERE ARE NO FORMAL STUDY SESSIONS DURING FINALS WEEK.
Room S-45 (unless otherwise stated)
1:15 – 2 pm
Room 274 Mission Center
|9:10 – 10 am
NOTE: To see if a particular study session will have a tutor knowledgeable of your course content, check the schedule for the tutor/facilitator name and then check the expertise list on the right. ALL STUDY SESSIONS WILL HAVE A DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTOR PRESENT IN THE ROOM, but their primary role will be to ensure the room is open and available for groups to come study.
Want help with ArcGIS?
Refer to the Engineering Department's Open Computer Lab in Cloud 213.