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Faculty Resources


The TCC Learning Commons reinforces and supports the instruction students receive in the classroom. As a result, students master course content, use resources effectively develop learning strategies, and assume responsibility for their academic performance and professional goals.   

In addition, faculty are involved in the Learning Commons in a variety of roles, including tutoring, workshops and exam reviews, resource development, and tutor training. See the faculty collaboration tab below for more ideas.





 Assistance Procedures


These policies are in place to help students get the most from their experience in the learning commons.

  • Textbook: We will assist students with homework from the textbook. We can also teach comprehension strategies to help students better understand the material. 
  • Study Skills: We teach study skills and strategies when appropriate.
  • Workshops: We offer workshops in the Learning Commons. If you are interested in making special arrangements or seeing what workshops we have offered, please contact your Learning Commons liaison.
  • Online Platforms: We will assist with online labs and assignments. We also assist students with online lab orientations and enrollment.
  • Graded Assignments: We will gladly help students with any practice assignments. If there is any question regarding whether or not the assignment is for credit, the instructor will be contacted for clarification prior to the students’ receiving assistance.
    • While we do offer writing conferences for graded assignments, we do not grade papers nor do we offer assistance on final exams. 
    • Math and science assistance will be provided if the instructor has included a statement such as “Assistance from the Learning Commons is permitted."
  • Conferences: We offer individual and small-group conferences in the following areas:
    • College algebra, pre-calculus, trigonometry, computer programming and Earth science
      • One-on-one, thirty-minute conferences are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please see the schedule for hours available.
    • Reading and English Skills
      • One-on-one, sixty-minute reading and English skills conferences are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis or by appointment.
    • Writing
      • One-on-one, thirty-minute writing conferences are offered for writing assignments across the curriculum.
      • While we do not offer editing/proofreading services or peer reviews, we will assist students in identifying error patterns in their writing and give them strategies for improving their work.​



Below you will find links to specific resources within the Learning Commons.

Tutoring Hours

Room Reservations

Technology Resources

Science Resources (.pdf)

For specific content area resources, please visit Math, Science, Accounting and Economics, Computer Programming, Writing, Grammar, Reading, EAP or Technology.


 Faculty Collaboration


The Learning Commons welcomes interaction and collaboration with staff. Below are a few ways that we can accomplish this.

  • We offer guided tours and orientations for classes.
  • Instructors can reserve a classroom. Laptops and SmartBoards are available upon request.
  • Just-in-Time Workshops are offered to reinforce skills learned in class or review for tests. Technology workshops are also available.
  • Faculty are encouraged to share resources and best practices with the Learning Commons staff. If instructors are interested in developing student resources for the Learning Commons, they should contact their liaison.
  • The Learning Commons staff members are available to collaborate with instructors on Professional Growth Plans.
  • Open area space is available in the Learning Commons for faculty to host office hours and small study group sessions. To schedule these hours, please contact your Learning Commons liaison.

Contact Information

For more information contact the Learning Commons by phone (850) 201-8193 or e-mail

7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Mon - Thu
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fri

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Students can get additional help by accessing Smarthinking via Canvas
TCC strives to make all materials accessible to all individuals. Please contact (850) 201-8193 for materials in alternative format.

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