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Zondervan Library: Academic Support

For the duration of suspended in-person classes, the Zondervan Library will support students and faculty with coursework and projects virtually. This page highlights services, resources, and contacts that you may need or want to explore in the weeks to co

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Academic Support Services

 

Discover the other services available to help you with your academic studies and support you during your studies at Taylor.

Academic Advising

Academic Advising

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Academic advising is an interactive process in which the advisor helps the student set and achieve academic goals and make responsible decisions. Academic advisors offer one-on-one support in areas such as course selection, choice of major, college transition issues, careers or graduate study, and referral to other support services. Academic advising at Taylor is offered in a two-tiered approach: students are assigned a major advisor from their department as well as a general advisor who provides assistance with Foundational Core requirements.

 

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Academic Enrichment Center

Academic Enrichment Center

The goal of the Academic Enrichment Center is to help any student succeed academically & holistically while at Taylor & beyond. It provides a variety of services and support, including:

Academic skills such as preparing for tests, note taking, & time management

Support services/ accommodations to help students with any disability or chronic illness need

Course-specific tutoring through our peer tutor program

Writing support through the Writing Center

Transitional support & orientation to college through First Year Experience

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IT Support

Help Desk & Information Technology Support

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On the main level of Zondervan Library, Information Technology provides space, technology, services, and specialists to support Taylor students and faculty in their academic pursuits.

Windows and Mac computers are available for general use as well as for diving more deeply into academic work.

Support staff is on-hand to help with technology questions and to assist you as you explore the possibilities of what tech can do for your teaching or your learning – your curriculum development or the development of your academic career.

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Writing Center

Writing Center

The Writing Center, located in the Zondervan Library, exists to provide peer tutoring in writing from trained writing tutors who work with student writers of all skill levels.

Tutors engage with student writers in one-on-one writing discussions, ranging from generating ideas to negotiating editing difficulties.

The ultimate goal of the Writing Center is to help students become confident and reflective writers.

Additionally, tutors provide English language support for non-native speakers, including writing tutoring and assistance with other English language issues.

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