Resources for Faculty Academic support

Online Writing Center

New features on the OWC homepage in MySNHU

Streamlined access to resources on theĀ Online Writing Center page:

  • No more lengthy forms or surveys!
  • All students can now submit their work for written review directly through Blackboard
  • One-click access to resources through the Online Writing Center group in SNHU Connect

Any student can set up a 1:1 appointment with a writing coach by accessing the scheduling tool above. This is available in the OWC SNHU Connect group and the OWC homepage in MySNHU

OWC in SNHU Connect

Free self-serve resources help students practice their skills in citing sources and finding credible research

Learning Communities

Redesigned learning communities have a more engaging, inviting look and feel

Self-serve resources allow students to practice their skills in a non-evaluative environment

Resources focus on:

  • Prerequisite skills
  • Accessing and applying prior knowledge
  • Independent practice
  • Transferable skills
Easy navigation with one-click buttons to link to helpful resources

Peer Tutoring

Peer tutors are available in a few intro-level courses:

  • ACC-201 and ACC-202
  • HIS-100 and HIS-200
  • HUM-100 and HUM-200
  • IT-145
  • MAT-130, MAT-230, and MAT-240
  • SCI-100 and SCI-200
  • SCS-100 and SCS-200
  • Peer mentoring for SNHU-107
Tutoring process

Peer Tutors help students:

  • Problem-solve
  • Reflect onand analyze their own thought processes
  • Prioritize tasks
  • Identify and work through concepts

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