Learning Resource Center

Welcome to the LRC

For spring 2021, tutoring services will be provided online only. 

 

Writing Help:

 

In Person
Live 30-minute Zoom or Teams conferences are available from 3:30 to 6:30 on Mondays and Wednesdays and from 5:00 to 8:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Schedule an appointment through the online calendar (tinyurl.com/ABEWritingHelp) or email LRC Director Sue Merrick. The tutor will confirm your appointment via email and send an invitation to an online meeting space. Please schedule appointments a minimum of one business day in advance.


By Email
Students may also submit papers to Lincoln College's Online Writing Lab (OWL) for asynchronous feedback via email. The Learning Resource Center's professional writing staff will review your submission and email you thoughts on ways to strengthen your writing. Please upload submissions as Word documents.

 

Math Help:

 

Free online math tutoring via Zoom is available for ABE students. Students can schedule a 30-minute one-on-one session.  When scheduling your tutoring appointment, please identify the course you're taking and include a brief explanation of your question to help the tutor prepare for the session.

To get the most from online tutoring, please gather all necessary materials before the session begins (textbook, notes, handouts, assignment guidelines, calculator, etc.). Students have shared that it’s also very helpful to have already attempted the homework on your own so you’re able to identify specific problems.

For more information, please contact Sue Merrick, Learning Resource Center Director.

 

Tutoring

The LRC provides free tutoring to students in the Lincoln College Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) Program. No appointment is necessary. Just stop by and meet with one of our professional tutoring staff.

Learn More
Testing Center

The LRC’s Testing Center provides a private, quiet location for make-up tests, placement exams, and other tests assigned by instructors. Visit our Testing Center page for more information.

Learn More
Placement Testing

Initial course placement can play an important role in college success. Lincoln College considers a variety of measures in determining which courses will be most useful to students as they work toward their academic goals.

Learn More
Reserved Materials

The LRC’s reserved materials area provides a place for students to work with course materials provided by their instructors for use outside the classroom.

Learn More
Research and Reference

Visiting the LRC is a great way to begin your research project. Help is available with finding a topic, choosing a thesis, organizing main ideas, locating and evaluating sources, then formatting and citing your sources.

Learn More
For Faculty

The Learning Resource Center’s main role is working with individual students; we provide free tutoring, help with study skills, handouts on a variety of topics, assistance with resumes and cover letters, and guidance with research. However, our goals also include providing service to LCN faculty.

Learn More