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MSLL Open Lab is currently located in Kent Dining Hall 103.
MSLL Open Lab provides free tutorial support for select introductory math courses at the University of Delaware. The lab is staffed by qualified undergraduate students. Resources include current textbooks and course packs, solution manuals, and a variety of supplementary math textbooks. In addition, the site has laptops that students may use to access the internet and work in their online math homework programs.
MSLL Open Lab is "drop-in" – no appointment is needed. Students may stop by anytime during the listed hours.
View the MSLL Open Lab Schedule
If you have questions or comments about MSLL Open Lab, call 302-831-1134, or contact Dr. Dawn Berk, Director of MSLL (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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