- Michel Billard de Saint Laumer – email@example.com
LJ 354 – Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 2-4 pm and Tuesdays 2:15-4 pm
- Federica Parodi – firstname.lastname@example.org
LJ 354 – Office Hours: Tuesdays 1:15-2:15 pm and Wednesdays 5-6pm
- Charlotte Beaulieu – email@example.com
LJ 307 – Office Hours: Tuesdays and Sundays 7:30-9:30 pm
- Will Blasdell – firstname.lastname@example.org
LJ 307 – Office Hours: Wednesdays 6-8 pm
- Madi Keohane (FR125) – email@example.com
LJ 307 – Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 7-8 pm
- Thomas Phelps (FR126) – firstname.lastname@example.org
LJ307 – Office Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 2-4 pm
- Emilie Pilchowski (FR126/FR127)- email@example.com
LJ 307 – Office Hours: Wednesdays 7-9 pm and Fridays 5-7 pm
Italian *Contact the tutors for an appointment*
- Andrew DeStaebler – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Annie Holden – email@example.com
- Elizabeth Holland – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jessica Reinhart – email@example.com
- Olivia Selemon – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Andrew Tucci – email@example.com
These guidelines are meant for both tutors and their students, so that everyone involved in the tutoring process may have a similar understanding of tutoring responsibilities and similar expectations of the tutor-student relationship.
Kinds of tutoring
Tutoring can be useful to students at all levels of language instruction, and is particularly helpful in the following areas : reviewing grammar rules and exercises, improving spoken French/Italian, developing listening comprehension skills, drilling for exams, and proofreading paper drafts. However, it is important, as a student, that you first check with your professor if you are permitted to work with a tutor for a given task or assignment. Also check your syllabus.
All students seeking help with their work should plan accordingly. The tutor will expect at least 24-hour notice for any requests for draft proofreading, exam study sessions, etc. Additional notice will be expected for papers longer than 3-4 pages.
The tutor may read drafts of student essays in all levels of coursework. The tutor is encouraged to use the proofreading abbreviation sheet provided by the department in order to specify the nature of the error (spelling, conjugation, agreement, etc.). The tutor should not correct the student’s errors. Instead, the proofreading abbreviations will allow the tutor to indicate to the student how to correct and rework the draft him/herself. Under no circumstances may the tutor write or rewrite the student’s essay or any part therein. Please consult the Colby Student Handbook for more information on issues of academic honesty.
Learning Consultants and Academic Support Services
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