# Resources

The Science and Math Learning Center contains resource materials such as
textbooks, calculators and computer software that may be used to
improve your academic and study skills.

**Tutors**- There are fifteen Science and Math faculty tutors.**Technology**- We incorporate the use of science and math learning software into our tutoring sessions.**Textbook Library**- We have a wide range of relevant textbooks available for use within the Learning Studio (be sure to bring your Columbia photo I.D. to check them out).**Make-up Exams for Science and Math Courses**- Faculty tutors proctor exams; your Columbia photo I.D. is required. Students may make an appointment or walk in and request exam proctoring.**Statistical and Data Analysis**- This service is granted free of charge to Columbia faculty, staff and students working on scholarly publications.**Faculty Tutoring Reports**- Each month, we provide tutoring reports to the faculty of the Science and Math Department.**Links to Online Resources**- We recommend the following online guides, tutorials, glossaries and information about Science & Math.

- Acoustics Glossary
- A Glossary of Color Science - UIC
- Ask Dr. Math - Drexel University
- Calculus on the Web - Temple University
- Calculus.org - UC Davis
- Chemicool Periodic Table - MIT
- Cool Math
- Distance Calculus - Shorter University
- ESA Science & Technology - Glossary
- Mathematics Online Tutorial - Harvey Mudd College
- Math Online - Merver County Community College
- Math Power
- Math Spoken Here!
- Math Study Skills Self-Survey
- Quick Math
- S.O.S. Mathematics
- Study Guides and Strategies
- Study Stack - Science
- Top 10 Science Study Skills for College Students - Helium.com
- Visual Calculus - University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Yahoo! Directory - Mathematics