Faculty & Staff Resources

Overview

Faculty & Staff Resources

We support your students’ success by equipping faculty and staff with the resources needed to enhance courses and student services in all subject areas. If you would like to discuss services specific to your class, please contact a Center Instructional Specialist or Coordinator.

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Classrooms and Lab Resources

The LAR Department has technology-equipped classrooms and computer labs available for single-session use or semester-length classes at both LAC and PCC. 

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Student & Faculty Resources

We feel strongly that students’ success begins with their access to resources. The Centers offer students a variety of resources to decrease stress and meet their needs.  

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Referring Students For Tutoring

Counselors and Instructors may refer students for tutoring if they feel a student cannot be successful in the course, field or educational program for which they are enrolled. When a student is referred, he/she is auto-enrolled in Learn 650 (Supervised Tutoring) which is a 0 unit, non-credit course.

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Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a student success program that provides peer-led group study sessions for students in order to help improve their understanding of course material and increase the effectiveness of their study skills.

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Place Items On Reserve

If you are interested in placing materials on reserve for students to view outside of class time, submit this Reserve Materials Form to the appropriate campus MDSC and we will make it available for student use!

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Supplemental Learning Assistance

Do you ever feel like your students would benefit from attending an additional session on what you have taught in class? The LBCC Success Centers offer Workshops, Directed Study Groups and Directed Learning Activities which are taught in either a small group setting or completed by the student individually on class material that typically needs a little extra instruction in order for students to confidently grasp it. Our Workshop and DSG instructors teach the material interactively and with a more “hands on” approach than is possible in a traditional classroom setting.