Faculty Resources

Faculty can request one or a combination of the services below to support their students. All of our services are trackable and reportable for easy course integration and incentivization.
All faculty services requests can be made using our Learning Services Request Form for Faculty and Staff.

BU101 is a comprehensive academic prep program available from a joinable link on Sakai. Full completion or partial completion of BU101 lessons is available. Lessons combine video, tutorials, activities, and links to additional resources. Click here to preview BU101.

We offer a collection of individual learning tutorials that can be linked to your course Sakai site OR available from a joinable link on Sakai. Tutorials (formerly referred to as Academic-Zone) include essay writing, academic integrity, lab reports, math prep, statistics prep, time management, and grammar. Click here to preview our virtual modules.

Faculty can request a workshop delivered by our Learning Skills Specialist team. We can deliver on campus in-person or online synchronously, or we can create a recorded workshop to be available asynchronously. Maximum delivery time is 1 hour per workshop per course. Requests for more extensive delivery may be accommodated but may involve cost recovery measures.

Commonly Requested Workshop Topics:

  • Writing Reflections
  • Referencing (APA, MLA etc.)
  • Quoting and Paraphrasing
  • Specific Essay Formats (Research, Persuasive, Reflective etc.)
  • Annotated Bibliographies
  • Literature Reviews
  • Research Proposals
  • Summaries
  • Exam and Study Strategies
  • Excel Basics
  • Poster Presentations
  • Critical Thinking
  • Increasing Concentration
  • Collaborating Effectively

Group academic support (formerly drop-in) sessions are facilitated by our tutors and designed to support students with subject-specific learning skills and strategies. Sessions may be scheduled for and coordinated with your class. Maximum delivery is 10 hours per course. Requests for more extensive delivery may be accommodated but may involve cost recovery measures.

Any staff or faculty member can refer a student for one-to-one individualized support from one of our Learning Specialists.

Note that domestic students who identify as first-generation, transfer, BIPOC, LQBTQ+, with disabilities, or mature (entering Brock without a high school diploma or GED) may qualify for additional support such as free tutoring. We will discuss opportunities during the meeting.