The Academic Support Center is a convenient resource free to all VUJC students.  You can find us in the Jasper Campus Classroom Building (JCCB), Room 136.  ASC offers tutoring in many subjects each semester.  We have both peer (student) and professional (degree) tutors available to help.  You do not need an appointment.   Schedules are posted outside the center, around campus, and below. 

There are eight computers for students' use, although we ask that you use the library for large print jobs and general use.  ASC is not an open lab, and we need to have our computers available for our tutors to help students who need our assistance.  Some of our computers have software programs on them for practice in math, grammar, and office skills.  

ASC has math CDs and DVDs for students to borrow and watch at home.  There is also a collection of videos available in a variety of topics, such as note taking, study skills, test anxiety, and more, for students to watch in the center.  We have handouts on using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, as well as copies of the APA and MLA style books for center use.

If you need to make up a test you missed in class, you may be taking it in the Academic Support Center.  We appreciate it if you will call us and make an appointment.  In fact, feel free to call us with any questions you might have.

Angie Valuch
Academic Support Center Interim Director
Vincennes University Jasper Campus
812-481-5914
avaluch@vinu.edu

Tutoring Hours Tutoring Hours

Fall 2017 Tutoring Hours - Revised September 7, 2017

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You can email the Academic Support Center tutoring staff with tutoring questions! If you are off campus and have a question, you can email asctutoring@vinu.edu and a tutoring staff member will assist you. 

Resources from the Web Resources from the Web

Grammar and Writing:

Free writing help (MLA and APA) –

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl

 

Research & Documenting Sources

 

The Writing Process

 

Creating Presentations with PowerPoint and Prezi  

 

Revision

 

Peer Review

 

Grammar exercise (words and sentences, paragraphs, essays and research, PowerPoint)–

http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar

 

Interactive Grammar and Writing Quizzes –

http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/quiz_list.htm

 

MLA –

http://www.mla.org

 

APA –

http://www.apastyle.org

 

Grammar, punctuation, tips, tests, and a “grammar hotline”

http://www.edufind.com/english/grammar

 

Daily writing tips –

http://www.dailywritingtips.com/

 

 

 

Math:

Math videos and tutorials –

http://mathispower4u.yolasite.com/

 

Help with solving math problems - 

Webmath.com

 

MathHelp.com

Purplemath.com

 

 

 

Anatomy and Biology:

Quiz over Bones - bodyquiz.net

Human Skeleton Quiz - www.sporcle.com/games/g/bones

getbodysmart.com

www.free-anatomy-quiz.com

 

 

 

Chemistry:

Dynamic Periodic Table – Clicking on an element brings up its complete description; clicking on Noble gases highlights those elements; clicking on Orbitals shows not only data but a visual representation of the orbiting particles; and much more.

 

 

Study Skills:

http://www.howtostudy.org

 

 

 

General Sites (covers English, Math, Chemistry, Biology, etc.):

https://www.khanacademy.org/

Quizlet.com

Encyclopedia of Life – “The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is a free online resource bringing together information about all life on Earth including text, images, video, sounds, maps, classifications and more.”

  • Discover EOL is a good place to start on this massive site. Because it will take years to compile complete data, some pages are incomplete.      
  • Citing EOL details how to cite each type of content.

keybr  - practice typing; sign in to keep score and practice on any computer

Study Stack – Use flash cards and other games to learn a topic. In addition to math and English, the subjects include accounting, chemistry, earth science, history, law, management, and a number of medical areas. The free sign up allows you to save favorite Study Stacks as well as ones you create.

The National Academies Press – created by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, this site offers “more than 5,000 titles in PDF format. All of these PDFs can be downloaded for free by the chapter or the entire book.” Search by topic, subtopic, book title, or ISBN.