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Academic Skills Center

 

ASC LogoThe Dartmouth College Academic Skills Center is for the entire College community. Although our primary goal is to assist students in becoming more efficient and effective learners, we are open to all who wish to improve their academic skills and ability to learn.

To learn more about our office and our services, click on one of the links below, or stop by the ASC, which is located at 224 Baker. Our office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To make an appointment, blitz ASC or call (603)646-2014.

18s!! Want to learn how to be successful in your first year at Dartmouth? Click Here.

Also, check out the new Academic Skills Center Blog, with helpful information from Carl Thum, Ph.D., Director of the Academic Skills Center.

The Academic Skills Center and the Tutor Clearinghouse are now on Facebook! "Like" us for study tips and important ASC/TC information.

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Summer 2014 Speed Reading and Learning Strategies Course

Improve your reading rate and comprehension!  Hear about effective learning strategies!

4 Sessions (10am-11:30am)

July 8: Reading; Effective Learning

July 10: Reading; Note-Taking

July 15: Reading; Time Management

July 17: Reading; Exam-Preparation

Register Here

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Tutor Clearinghouse

The Tutor Clearinghouse is a subset of the Academic Skills Center that facilitates peer tutoring and study groups. Tutors are available for most introductory level courses, including math, physics, chemistry, languages, biology, and economics. Tutors are Dartmouth students who have done well in their courses and want to help others. They are recruited and trained by the Tutor Clearinghouse. In addition to tutoring we also offer study groups for specific courses. Study groups are formed each term through participating professors and are tied specifically to that professor and his/ her course.

If you've previously had any experience with us and have any feedback, we want to hear about it! Fill out our Feedback form here!

The Tutor Clearinghouse is now on Facebook! Make sure to "Like" us for information on our programs and events.  

 

TC Newsletter 14W

 

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