Now that we are well into the semester don’t forget that we here at SPC have a plethora of workshops, presentations, and on-line discussions that are available to students, faculty, alumni, and the general public. We are working hard to get the word out about every offering we have and there are two ways to … Continue reading SPC Workshop Madness
The St. Petersburg College Libraries and Learning Centers will be hosting a series of library workshops this fall.
It’s a new year, a new semester, and a chance for a fresh start. Why not make visits to the SPC libraries and learning centers part of your new routine? Each library and learning center offers a wide variety of ways and opportunities to hone your knowledge and skills, including tutoring. Math giving you problems? … Continue reading SPC Learning Centers offer tutoring, assistance to students
When our students need help, we’re here to get it done. St. Petersburg College has a robust and effective tutoring program that all of our enrolled students are free to utilize.
SPC’s new Downtown Learning Center offers students study rooms, in addition to a dedicated anatomy and physiology science tutoring room.
I have been a part of the SPC Library and Learning Resources staff for the last six months and I’m constantly realizing how many people work here that I have yet to meet! As someone who works on two campuses, it can be hard to remember what campus everyone else is from and who tutors … Continue reading Find Your Perfect Learning Resources Match
At our St. Petersburg College Downtown Center, we have combined our computer lab, tutoring resources, and library services into one large room on the first floor for easy accessibility.
Using Microsoft Word 2007 or higher? Explore the “Spelling and Grammar Check” feature with our Learning Resource tutors and remove those squiggly lines.
Every journey requires both driver and navigator, so come prepared to see your friendly neighborhood writing navigator in the Writing Studio.
Three errors in fundamental sentence structure strike terror into the heart of any writer. These three errors, the fragment, the comma splice, and the run-on, are occasionally referred to as “The Axis of Evil.” Luckily, a little bit of knowledge and one single phrase can help you identify these egregious errors. What you need to … Continue reading Striking Fear in Writers: Sentence Structure Errors