The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a variety of alternative methods to assist in learning, such as:  one-on-one or small-group tutoring, assistance in developing strategic learning, and writing, reading and mathematics proficiency.  The accessible location on the campus (next door to the library), and convenient hours are designed to meet the needs of students.  Students may meet with a Professional Tutor for in-depth help with specific courses, or they may see a Peer Tutor.  The professional staff of the Academic Learning Center offers study skills assistance, workshops on a variety of subjects, and academic counseling.
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The mission of the Cazenovia College Library is to create socially responsible information literate users. An ever-growing monographic collection along with other formats of information literacy resources are offered to users in an innovative and efficient manner by a caring and committed library staff.  Furthermore, the library has created a "culture of assessment" that insures accountability for its goals and excellence in its service. To assure a comprehensive information literacy program across the curriculum the Library Director, the V.P. for Academic Affairs, and the Faculty as a whole work as a team to make life-long information literacy a goal for excellence in learning at Cazenovia College.

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