AHS undergraduate students: Prepare for a successful transition to e-learning
The UIC Academic Support and Achievement Program (ASAP) is excited to share new tutoring offerings and resources to help you in your transition to e-learning. Here you’ll find our spring virtual tutoring schedule, virtual review session schedule to help get you back to-speed before classes resume, and two e-learning handouts that we hope you’ll find useful during the transition.
ASAP tutor-led review sessions
Feeling nervous about e-learning? Prepare for the start of classes by participating in a tutor-led review session. Check out as many of our tutor-led review sessions before classes begin next week.
- KN 472 review with Kelly this Thursday 3/26 from 11a.m. – 1p.m.
- KN 372 review with Kelly this Friday 3/26 from 11a.m. – 1p.m.
- KN 261 review with Isidro this Friday 3/27 from 1p.m. – 3p.m.
- KN 252 review with Esraa this Friday 3/27 from 2p.m. – 3p.m.
- KN 252 review with Isidro this Saturday 3/28 from 1p.m. – 3p.m.
In addition to serving as course content refreshers, tutor-led sessions provide you with an opportunity to familiarize yourself with Blackboard Collaborate. Get a head start on navigating the same platform many of your professors will be using!
All ASAP tutoring offerings will be offered virtually for the remainder of the semester. Check out our updated tutor schedule at: go.uic.edu/ASAPtutorschedule. Below are the courses available for virtual “drop-ins.”
Tutoring for other courses may be made available by request. Submit your tutoring request at: go.uic.edu/ASAPtutorrequest. Please note, if you had an existing private appointment before spring break, you must resubmit your request.
- Tips for Transitioning to Virtual Learning: This tip sheet will help make your transition to e-learning seamless
- Blackboard Collaborate Cheat Sheet: This quick reference guide covers the many features available on Blackboard Collaborate
We hope these resources support our efforts to help keep the ASAP community healthy and safe, while continuing to prioritize your education and academic goals.
If you have any questions regarding our updated ASAP format, or just want guidance on how to manage the shift to e-learning, please don’t hesitate to contact our graduate assistant for student learning, Allison Anderson at email@example.com or anyone of our team.