You can always come by my office, call, or send me an e-mail
anytime you need help. My office is 2326, and the phone number
is 546-3100 ext. 2789. Beyond my regular office hours, if the
door is open then I am available to help you.
Here are some other resources that are
available to you when you need help.
Math Lab - The Math Lab is located on the North County
Campus in Room N2801. This is a good place to
go with specific questions such as homework problems,
worksheets, or when you are reviewing a previous quiz or
exam. Faculty or advanced math students are available
to help you. For hours and more information, see the NCC Math
Lab web page.
Tutorial Services - The Tutorial Center, located in
the Academic support Center in Room 3300, provides free
drop-in tutoring. On the North County Campus, the Tutorial
Center is located in Room N4002. For more information,
Services web page, or call 546-3150 (SLO Campus) or
Library - The Library keeps a collection of video
CDs/DVDs that accompany the text book for many mathematics
courses. Typically the videos involve a
professional or instructor who works through examples
similar to those found in the text. You can watch the videos
in the Library, or check them out overnight and watch them
at home. The videos are a good way to catch up on any
material you may have missed by being absent from class.
Publisher Resources - Some publishers offer
tutorial help services online, by phone, or by e-mail to
students using their textbooks. Check the front of your
textbook under student supplements to see if some kind of
help service is offered, or check the publisher's web site
for information about available resources. I usually provide
links to textbook web sites on the Links page for each
course I teach.