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The Mathematical Sciences Learning Laboratory (MSLL) was born out of an initiative of the College of Arts and Sciences, and is led by the Department of Mathematical Sciences. MSLL represents a serious and committed effort by the College and Department to improve teaching and learning in the foundational courses at UD. Currently, Math 010: Intermediate Algebra, Math 115: Pre-Calculus, and Math 231/232: An Integrated Approach to Calculus are being offered in MSLL.
MSLL offers Open Lab time for students looking for a welcoming environment to work on and study math. Free math tutoring is available during Open Lab time for the following courses:
MSLL is directed by Dr. Dawn Berk (email@example.com) and is located in Kent Dining Hall 103.
Free math help (drop-in) is available six days a week in MSLL Open Lab. In-person help is available at 103 Kent Dining Hall. Online help is available via Zoom at this link.
Fall 2022 hours will be posted soon!
Interested in giving feedback on your experience at MSLL? Tell us about it!
Exciting News! MSLL faculty were awarded the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award from the College of Arts & Sciences.