XIV. General Information
The Learning Commons, located on the first floor of the McLaughlin Library, brings together in one location services that enhance learning, writing, research, and technology at the University of Guelph
IT Help Desk provides assistance to students, faculty and staff with IT related questions or problems. Scanners are available and workshops on a variety of software applications are offered for students.
Learning Services provides support to undergraduate and graduate students concerned with improving their learning and enhancing their academic performance. Services include a range of programs, workshops, presentations, printed and on-line resources, and individual assistance.
Library Centre for Students with Disabilities (LCSD) offers a range of services and adaptive software that enable students with disabilities to access Library as well as other information resources.
Library Research Help Desk assists students, staff and faculty in developing their information literacy skills in locating, evaluating, and effectively managing the information they need for their assignments and research.
Supported Learning Group Program (SLG) uses peer-led study sessions to enrich the learning experience of students enrolled in historically challenging courses including first year Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, and Psychology.
Writing and ESL Services provides support to undergraduate and graduate students who wish to enhance their writing skills, as well as for those who are having difficulty writing critically and analytically, or whose first language is not English. Services include a wide range of programs, workshops, presentations, printed and on-line resources, and individual assistance.
For more information about the Learning Commons visit their web site at <http://www.learningcommons.uoguelph.ca>.