Connect your students to Study Lab using the resources that work best for you.
Add a statement to your syllabus:
Study Lab is available to support your academic success through a variety of services including peer tutoring, academic coaching, study skills programming and online resources. Study Lab can be found in G-1 Gardner Steel Conference Center. Check the Web site for further information or call 412-648-7920 to learn how to access these beneficial resources.
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Check out our Tools and Resources page for specific handouts and study skills resources that may be relevant for students in your course. Feel free to include them in your CourseWeb site or provide in class if you think students will find it relevant in your course.
Bring a skill-building experience to your students!
We offer two basic workshops which include relevant, research-based strategies that will help your students become more effective and efficient learners. We can also tailor these workshops to fit the particular needs of your classroom. For example, if your class is more discussion rather than lecture, we can provide tips on how to approach note-taking in a discussion based class. If your class requires a lot of difficult reading, we can provide strategies on how to approach reading different types of text. If you are interested in having a tutor come to your class and talk about what to expect and how to prepare for a tutoring session we can also facilitate that. You can fill out the form here to let us know what you are looking for. We will do our best to accommodate your specific requests.
Know of a student who would be a great tutor?
If you know of a student interested in becoming a tutor, or one that you think would make en excellent tutor, please send them our way! You can connect them directly with Mary Napoli (email@example.com) or send them to our inforamtion page about how to become a peer tutor: https://www.asundergrad.pitt.edu/study-lab/one-one-peer-tutoring/meet-our-peer-tutors/become-peer-tutor. Tutors must have earned at least an A- in the courses they wish to tutor and have a recommendation from a faculty member. We hire two times per year. In November we interview for spring tutoring positions and in March we interview for fall term tutoring positions. We hire many more tutors to start tutoring in the fall rather than the spring.