Math Learning Center

Math Learning Center

Students int he Math lab

​Mission: To provide an environment and services to assist students with improvement of their math skills

The Math Learning Center is located in Warner Center (WC) rooms 202/206.

Phone Number: (740) 366-9121

The new "I Now Kno​w" form

Starting Monday, July 1, the Math Learning Center will be open from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.

Hours for Summer Semester 2019:


​Monday10:00 am to 7:00 pm
​Tuesday10:00 am to 7:00 pm
​Wednesday10:00 am to 7:00 pm
​Thursday10:00 am to 7:00 pm
​Friday​12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Extended Campus Tutoring


Coshocton Campus

Monday​10:00 am to 12:00 pm
​MH 365
​John Wetzel
Tuesday​12:00 pm to 5:30 pm
​MH 365
​Stephanie Probst

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​Pataskala Campus

Tuesday​1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
​PC 101
​Glenn Clayman
​10:00 am to 3:00 pm
​PC 102
​Diana Gage-Ufert
Thursday​1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
PC 101
​Glenn Clayman

Pataskala Campus V-2.docx

Knox Campus

Tuesday​1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (No stats tutoring.)
​CAS Area
​Roy Glaser
Wednesday​10:00 am to 12:00 am
​CAS Area
​John Wetzel
Thursday​10:00 am to 12:00 pm (No stats tutoring.)
​CAS Area
​Roy Glaser

Online Support 

During Spring Semester 2019, eTutoring will provide synchronous tutoring for Algebra, Calculus, and Math. For more detailed information, please log into eTutoring and view the weekly schedule. ​​​

Students in classroom

eTutoring Login for COTC students

Instructions for COTC students

Work on your own

Laptop computers are available for students to use to work on math
Access MathXL + resources at helpful sites, such as http://www.khanacademy.org/ 

Get advice when needed
Feel free to ask for advice from a consultant (tutor) when you desire

Use resources​
Refer to various resources, including video instruction, books, etc.

Student walking to class

What We Do:

The Math Learning Center specialist and trained math tutors, (including full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, and students), are available to answer individual math questions on a one-on-one basis.  Students can work on textbook problems or work online using the lab’s laptop computers.  These services are available on a drop-in basis at no cost to the student. The Math Learning Center has many supplementary resources available as well - videotaped lectures, solutions manuals, math handouts, workshops on video, information on math anxiety and math study skills, and various math reference books. 

What We Provide:

  • calculators to use when in the Math Learning Center
    • loaner calculators are now available at the Circulation Desk in the library
  • laptop computers on which people can work 
  • pay-to-print capability 
  • drop-in sessions with qualified consultants (tutors) 
  • many supplementary resources
In addition to the Math Learning Center, there are numerous other services provided by the Center for Student Success, including:
  • the Communications Resource Center (CRC)
  • the Tutoring Center
  • the Learning Skills Specialist.
Please ask a consultant (tutor) for more information regarding any of these services.

Student sitting outsideLinks to other resources 
Nick Shay Instructional Videos 
How to use TI calculator, Moodle, MathXL: 
MATH-080, MATH-140: 

MATH-140 Algebra Instructional videos (by topic) 
Very Basics of Graphing Calculator:  http://youtu.be/c8ymag0CyGQ
Graphing lines on the graphing calculator: http://youtu.be/_zFbA1yti6E
​Making a table on the graphing calculator: http://youtu.be/qq5xuDPXEIE
Linear Regression: http://youtu.be/LRnwhSx9k8g
Finding ze​ros of an equation: http://youtu.be/jdQNhwpFfZY
Finding where a graph is increasing/decreasing, and max and mins: http://youtu.be/78b4HOMVcKM
Graphing Piecewise Defined Functions: http://youtu.be/-ACJ8QJ6nN8
Finding the intersection of two equations: http://youtu.be/amnabT1HLsE

Solving a System of 3 Equations on a Calculator: Solving System Of 3 Equations On Calculator

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