Peninsula College's Learning Center
The Learning Center is open to students at all levels and abilities working on projects for any class (including online and WAOL courses) in any discipline. We're creating better students, not just better assignments.
Zoom, Online: Math Lab: M-Th 9:10am - 5:00pm, Friday 9:10 am - 3:30pm
The Math Lab is pleased to announce that it will support students online via Zoom during Winter Quarter. PC students, not just those in Port Angeles, are welcome to use the Math Lab this quarter.
The lab is accessible on a drop in basis during open hours at the following link: https://zoom.us/j/950008943
Here is some information for students about Zoom basics, including how to use Zoom without downloading software or creating an account. Creating an account and/or downloading the app can make your experience smoother but is NOT required.
eTutoring for math is also available. Please visit the Tutoring and eTutoring page for more information.
The Writing Lab is pleased to announce that it will support students online via Zoom during Winter Quarter. The Writing Lab will be available by appointment first, MTWF from 10:00am-2:00pm and Thursdays from 11:00am-3:00pm. To make an appointment with the Writing Lab, please visit: https://pencol.as.me/writingLab and select either a 30 minute or 1 hour appointment. Select the date and time, then click the Continue popup link.
You will then be asked to complete some information before submitting the form. A help video is available at https://youtu.be/77dD7a_zJr0. Instructors, for more information about embedded tutoring, please contact John Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possibilities.
With your appointment confirmation you will be emailed a Zoom link that will connect you with the writing tutor at the time and date you reserved. The link below has more information for students about Zoom basics, including how to use Zoom without downloading software or creating an account. Creating an account and/or downloading the app can make your experience smoother but is NOT required.
- Sign up for 30 to 60 minute response sessions with writing instructors to discuss a paper's strengths and weaknesses, focusing first on larger issues such as clarifying ideas, developing and supporting those ideas, structuring them for readability and coherence, and using mechanics (grammar and punctuation) for clarity.
- Get help understanding an assignment’s expectations and generate ideas before you begin writing
eTutoring for writing help for any course is also available. Please visit the Tutoring and eTutoring page for more information: https://pencol.libguides.com/c.php?g=855081&p=6353794
Peer Tutoring (Library B138)
In Winter 2021 peer tutoring (tutoring in all subjects except math and English) will be conducted online. You can call Kate Goschen with questions or requests at (360) 417-7973 or email at email@example.com.
Visit the tutoring website for request forms and more information: https://pencol.libguides.com/c.php?g=855081&p=6353793
eTutoring is also available from wherever you have internet access. More information can be found at https://pencol.libguides.com/c.php?g=855081&p=6353794