Learning Assistance Center

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STUDY SKILLS

 

You can develop academic skills by working regularly with a tutor on your coursework. With tutoring at the LAC, you can learn about different study skills and practice them with a tutor: time management, setting up study schedules, organizational strategies, lecture note-taking, test-taking and test-preparation skills.

 

If you are an undergraduate student and need to complete the Library Requirement (OASIS), you can find more information here.

 

There are other opportunities at SF State to learn new skills by attending short workshops, consulting study skills materials, or taking courses. If you're an EOP student, you may contact the EOP office (338-1085) for tutor availability for this subject.

 

 

CARP : Campus Academic Resource Program
CONTACT HSS 344
M-TH 4-8, F 11-2
Reception Desk: 405-0971
E-mail: carp1@sfsu.edu
www.sfsu.edu/~carp1
COURSES TUTORED  
SERVICES CARP offers workshops to help students to develop their study skills in the areas of
  • Time management
  • Avoiding Plagiarism
  • Resume Writing
  • Test Taking
  • Note Taking
NOTES For Schedule details check www.sfsu.edu/~carp1/workshops.htm

 

 

LAC : Learning Assistance Center
CONTACT HSS 348
M-TH 9-4
Front Desk: 338-1993
E-mail: lac@sfsu.edu
www.sfsu.edu/~lac
COURSES TUTORED Learn about different study skills and practice them while working on your coursework with a tutor: time management, setting up study schedules, organizational strategies, lecture note-taking, and test-taking and test-preparation skills.
SERVICES Individual and small group tutoring: weekly, one-time, same-day appointments. For a detailed same-day schedule, go to HSS 348.
NOTES Staffed by teachers, graduate and undergraduate trained tutors

 

SF STATE BASIC INFORMATION COMPETENCE (LIBRARY REQUIREMENT)

 

OASIS: Online Advancement of Student Information Skills
CONTACT http://oasis.sfsu.edu/
Assistance with OASIS is available through the following options:
by visiting the Reference Desk at the Library, 1st floor
by sending an email message to infocomp@sfsu.edu .
COURSES TUTORED OASIS: Online Advancement of Student Information Skills is a tutorial that fulfills the Basic Information Competence Requirement (the Library Requirement). It is an online, self-paced program consisting of eight chapters with quizzes.
SERVICES Go to the OASIS home page ( https://www.sfsu.edu/online/oasis.html ) and sign in with SFSU ID and password. From this page, you can begin to read the OASIS chapters. For more information about OASIS and the Basic Information Competence Requirement, choose "Help & More Information" on http://oasis.sfsu.edu/
NOTES All undergraduate students must complete the Basic Information Competence (Library) Requirement in order to graduate.
Learn more about OASIS at www.library.sfsu.edu/research/instruction/oasis.html.

 

ACADEMIC SKILLS WORKSHOPS

 

Academic Skills
CONTACT SSB ONE STOP
M-F 8:30-5
Testing Center: 338-2271
www.sfsu.edu/~testing
COURSES TUTORED Academic skills development online workshops are available for ELM & EPT
SERVICES Information about ELM, EPT JEPET preparation is available at www.sfsu.edu/~testing.
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Advising Center
CONTACT ADM 211
M-F 10 - 3, M - W 5-7 (drop-in hours in SSB 1st floor "OneStop")
Advising Center Staff: 338-2103
www.sfsu.edu/~advising
SERVICES Developing or enhancing academic success skills including time-management, study skills, decision making, academic advising and development.
NOTES Contact the Advising Center for general information on courses. Visit or call the Undergraduate Advising Center for appointments and the weekly drop-in hours schedule.

 

 

 

 

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