Welcome to the Learning Lab Department's Math Review Blog! This is a site where we will gather all of the best on-line math materials for you to use as you work your way through Math 016 and 017.
Whether you find yourself stuck, or you just want to find more practice problems to improve your skills, visit this blog and search through the posts to find the materials you're looking for.
Often, the help that you need to tackle a hard concept or brush up on rusty skills is available on-line. You just have to know where to look! We have found the best resources available and will walk you through how to use them so you can improve your math skills, build confidence, and pass your math class.
If you're not quite sure where to begin, your are welcome to find one of our talented math tutors at any of our college campuses.
In-person tutoring for math classes is located:
Main Campus: B2-36 (from 9am to 4pm Monday through Friday) and B1-28 (from 4pm until late evening - the final tutoring time depends on the semester and day). You can call 215-751-8481 if you have questions.
Northwest Campus: Room 121 (by the computer lab). Tutoring at the Northwest is done on a drop-in basis. Math tutoring is usually held from 10am until 6pm on Monday through Friday and from 10am until 3pm on Saturdays. You can call 215-496-6020 to call and confirm the schedule.
Northeast Campus: Learning Commons. Tutoring at the Northeast usually runs from 9am until 7pm Mondays through Fridays with some Saturday hours available. You can call 215-972-6236 to make an appointment and/or check the tutoring hours.
West Campus: Learning Commons. The schedule varies, but there is usually tutoring several days a week. Call 267-299-5848 to ask about the tutoring schedule.
We also have Math Workshops available at a variety of campuses through the semester. Check out this link (click here) to find when the workshops are happening near you (click on the "workshop" link and then on the "math workshop" link to find the complete schedule).
If you ever have trouble finding anything on this blog or you need help with your math course you can email me at email@example.com.