The Math Lab is an optional course that is separate from your regular mathematics course. It offers instructional support for mathematics students in a drop-in, self-paced lab environment.
Math Lab resources available at the Eureka campus include:
- one-on-one or group help from peer tutors
- additional tutorial assistance from CR mathematics instructors
- computers (with internet access) and printers
- access to course software
- textbooks, solution manuals, and other reference materials
You must be registered for a Math Lab course in order to get help in the Math Lab.
Regardless of whether or not you are taking the Math Lab for credit or non-credit, each time you attend the Math Lab during regular open hours, you must log in at the Math Lab computer when you arrive, and log out when you leave. While logged in at the Math Lab, you work on mathematics – which can be reading, doing homework, and studying. When you have a question or need help, alert one of the tutors, and a tutor will assist you so that you can continue with your mathematics work.
- On your first visit to the Math Lab each semester, come during open hours and meet with a mathematics instructor working there. Read the Math Lab rules and policies. Sign a Math Lab contract acknowledging you understand the policies and procedures. Note: Signing a contract DOES NOT enroll you in Math Lab.
- On every subsequent visit to the Math Lab, remember to log in on the Math Lab computer, and log out when you leave. Attendance is taken periodically in the Math Lab. If you are not present when your name is called, you can lose all the time for that session. If for any reason you need to make an adjustment to your logged hours, please fill out a Time Adjustment Form and turn it in to the Math Lab Coordinator. Continue to log in and out even after your hours requirement has been met.
- Log onto Canvas periodically (at least once per week) to check your Math Lab page for information, announcements, messages, and new assignments.
Instructor Math Lab Schedule
Fall 2019 (Eureka Campus)
Location: Academic Support Center (ASC), at the west end of the Learning Resource Center (LRC).
Fall 2019 (Klamath Trinity Campus)
|Instructor: Danny Ammon