Reminder! Library Services are moving for Summer Quarter 2016

The 4200 and 4300 floors of the Ray W. Howard Library, aka 4000 Building, will be closed to patrons until September.

The Library will relocate its service desk to the PUB room 9203 for Summer 2016 quarter, where our hours will be 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday while classes are in session. We will have course reserves (print and media) on-site, and limited ability to page items out of the 4000 Building. The desk will be staffed by at least one circulation expert and one reference librarian at all times. We are always available viaAsk A Librarian, our reference chat service, and we’ll take your questions from voice mail and email as quickly as can be.

During renovation, Tutoring Services will be operating primarily in room 1103. Below is the list of temporary venues where students can find the help they need from all of us:

Tutoring Services: 1103
Library service desk: 9203, the PUB Fishbowl
Math Learning Center: 2202
The Writing and Learning Studio: 1504

A college service often associated with the Library is the production and maintenance of Shoreline Community College ID cards. Those services can now be found in the Bookstore, located on the bottom floor of the PUB (9000 building). For students, a copy of their current class schedule and evidence of photo identification (passport, drivers license, etc.) remain the standards for obtaining a new ID card, updating a current one, or replacing a lost one.

Tutoring Services & Academic Support for Summer 2016

Do you work with students who are…

Taking summer classes?
Working to achieve their academic goals?
Struggling with their classes?

Please remind these students that FREE one-on-one tutoring help is available for enrolled Shoreline Community College students!

This summer, you can find Tutoring Services & Academic Support in Room 1103 (overlooking the courtyard fountain).

Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Tel: 206-546-4776
Email: pttutors@shoreline.edu
Online at: http://www.shoreline.edu/tutoring

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Reminder! Library services relocating for the summer & ID cards now available in the Bookstore

At the end of Fri., Jun 10, the 4200 and 4300 floors of the Ray W. Howard Library, aka 4000 Building, will be closed to patrons until September.

The Library will relocate its service desk to the PUB room 9203 for Summer 2016 quarter, where our hours will be 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday while classes are in session. We will have course reserves (print and media) on-site, and limited ability to page items out of the 4000 Building. The desk will be staffed by at least one circulation expert and one reference librarian at all times. We are always available via Ask A Librarian, our reference chat service, and we’ll take your questions from voice mail and email as quickly as can be.

During renovation, Tutoring Services will be operating primarily in room 1103. Below is the list of temporary venues where students can find the help they need from tutoring services:

Tutoring Services: 1103
Library service desk: 9203, the PUB Fishbowl
Math Learning Center: 2202
The Writing and Learning Studio: 1504

A college service often associated with the Library is the production and maintenance of Shoreline Community College ID cards. Beginning June 13, those duties will be transferred to the Bookstore, located on the bottom floor of the PUB (9000 building). For students, a copy of their current class schedule and evidence of photo identification (passport, drivers license, etc.) remain the standards for obtaining a new ID card, updating a current one, or replacing a lost one.

Put the Library to work for understanding the world of information, this summer and on into the future!

Have a great Summer 2016 –
Chris Matz
Director, Ray W Howard Library

Tutoring services and hours for winter quarter – please share with your students

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Free Learning Centers and Tutoring Services for Students on Campus

Happy Fall Quarter!

Here is a list of the various Learning Centers around campus where students can go for extra support. The Learning Centers are free to students to use and are staffed with tutors ready and waiting to help, so please make sure to use them! Additionally, we’re doing some conversation groups again this quarter as we did in Spring. Anyone can go to these groups to practice French, English, or Japanese. Spanish will hopefully be added soon. Here is more information about conversation groups.

In addition, Tutoring Services is open from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Fridays in Room 4203.  Tutoring can happen anytime campus is open, though if it’s a hardship to come to our office during those hours, students have the option to complete an application online.