The Learning Commons provides tutoring conferences, resources, and computer access to all currently enrolled TCC students, and students of our University Partners at Flagler College, Thomas University, and St. Leo University.
Our multicultural staff of learning specialists and tutors are happy to assist students with their current coursework in person, or by using online applications such as Zoom, GoBoard, Smarthinking, e-mail, or phone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I come to the Learning Commons to get help?
Absolutely. Walk-ins are welcome on a first come, first serve basis in our physical location, but you can also make an appointment.
How do I sign in for a conference?
1. Check in to EagleQ aka Qless.
2. Type in your name and a current phone number where we can reach you.
3. Select the type of conference you need: Math/Science or Communication (Writing/Reading/English Skills)
You can also download the app for Qless on your phone
What happens after I signed in to Qless?
You will receive a phone call from our Learning Commons receptionist who is going to ask if you are going to have a face to face session, or if a tutor needs to send out a Zoom link.
When your turn has come, you will receive an email from your tutor who is summoning to the conference. Please check your e-mail and respond to the Zoom link right away.
Can I have a conference if I am not on campus?
Of course. Virtual conferences are available via e-mail, phone, GoBoard, and Zoom after logging into Eagle Q (Q-less) during our business hours.
Please respond to a Zoom invite promptly, since there are other students who are waiting to have conferences.
How can I get help when the Learning Commons is Closed?
Helpful videos to help you get the most out of Smarthinking include how to use Drop, schedule a tutoring session, communicate with tutors, use the whiteboard, get writing help, submit and essay, and use writing feedback. Get started here.
The mission of the TCC Learning Commons is to support students, both on campus and online, in their cognitive and affective development by providing academic support and learning strategies with professional and individualized service. The Learning Commons aspires to contribute to TCC’s role as the college of choice for students through a trained, respectful staff in a welcoming, nonjudgmental, and helpful environment.
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