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Get online self-help with basic mathematics, algebra, geometry, and calculus by using online resources from the library or these web tutorials.
In the library you can browse the QA 101 thru QA 699 sections of the book shelves on the second floor of Thigpen Library to find print books. Librarians are available to help you use library resources and the Learning Commons can help with Tutor.com questions.
Online resources from the library
Tutorials: Interactive and Video
eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)
eBooks are available on a variety of mathematics topics. Simply search for the type you need, i.e. geometry, algebra, etc.
Films on Demand
Over 500 streaming videos are available in Applied Mathematics and Mathematics & Statistics. From the main menu select Browse Videos then select Mathematics. Or search for your Math topic
Free web-based video tutorials
Video tutorials on mathematics, statistics, geometry, precalculus and more. Each video is about 10 minutes in length. Content is aligned to K-12 educational standards.
Mathtutor is a British website created by mathematicians and teachers to help students get ready for college. Video tutorials, with diagnostics, summary text and exercises, take you through more than eighty topics.
Tutor.com, an online tutoring service,is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Login via the link which is in your classes in eLearn
If you have problems or need help with Tutor.com visit the Learning Commons location for your campus. You can also call 615-230-3676.
Ask a Librarian
Stop by the ASK desk at your campus library
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The purpose of this Math guide is to link users to credible resources that may help them with college math classes.
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