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Additional Support and Resources

Many of the online additional resources are available for you on ULC Resources Canvas Page. You will need to enroll as a student in the course to access the materials.

Some of the available resources are:

  • Prerequisite Information from Instructor (Fall 2020)
  • Math Reviews
  • R Workshop
  • MATLAB Training

Many resources are updated periodically, so it is recommended that you check the page multiple times per semester.

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In-Person Training: MATLAB training sessions are not available for Spring 2021.

Online Training: Beginning and Advanced MATLAB training videos are available on the ULC Resources Canvas Page. Students will need to enroll in the canvas page before you can access the videos.

Files for MATLAB Training

Feedback survey – Beginning

Feedback Survey – Advanced

MATLAB help is also offered at Drop-in Tutoring by some tutors. Please see Drop-in schedule for more information.

General Topics
Beginning MATLAB
  • Interface
  • M Code
  • Arrays/Matrices
  • Functions
  • “For” loops
  • “If” Statements
  • Importing data
  • Plotting
Advanced MATLAB
  • Linear Equations
  • Non-linear Equations
  • First Order Differential Equations
  • Second Order Differential Equations
  • Eigenvalues & Eigenvectors
  • Curve Fitting
  • Advanced Plotting
  • Data Types

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Vectors are central to many courses required in engineering (such as ECE 219, EMA 201, EMA 202/ME 240 and Physics 201). At the start of each semester, the ULC offers vector reviews that include an overview and plenty of example problems. Whether you have not spent much time on vectors, do not remember certain aspects of vectors, or just want to be sure you understand vectors more, these sessions will benefit you! Topics covered include: vector addition, dot products, and cross products.  The law of sines and cosines and solving systems of equations will also be reviewed. If you miss the sessions, you can download the presentation and worksheets to review on your own.

Fall 2021 Review

Please complete the interest and availability form or look for resources on the ULC Resources Canvas Page.

Session:

  • Thursday, Feb. 4, 6-8 PM
  • Monday, Feb. 8, 6-8 PM
  • Tuesday, Feb. 9, 6-8 PM

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R is a statistical programming language used in many statistics courses. If you are enrolled in a course that uses R via RStudio, the ULC provide an overview and examples to get you more comfortable with the program.

Spring 2021 Workshop

R Workshop is not available for Spring 2021. But you may download Files for R Workshop and follow the slides on your own.

R is also offered at Drop-in Tutoring by some tutors. Please see Drop-in schedule for more information.

Many instructors provided prerequisite information and recommendations for their classes. You can view this information on the ULC Resources Canvas Page.

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The College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) offers free Math Review for your Math 171 course. This tutorial provides supplemental materials and opportunity for you to practice your problem-solving skills and apply course concepts. It does not replace your actual course.

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The College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) offers free Math Review for your Math 221 course. This tutorial provides supplemental materials and opportunity for you to practice your problem-solving skills and apply course concepts. Please note that it does not replace your actual course.

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The College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) offers free Math Review for your Math 222 course. This tutorial provides supplemental materials and opportunity for you to practice your problem-solving skills and apply course concepts. Please note that it does not replace your actual course.

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The College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Learning Center (ULC) has prepared a 0 credit modular tutorial (based on the 1 credit InterENGR 601 topics course offered during the academic year) designed to introduce students to mathematical applications in mechanics. This tutorial is for students who did not have rigorous high school physics or who want a review in these topics before taking Physics 201 or EMA 201.

Topics covered include review of geometry, trigonometry, Cartesian coordinates, vector algebra, physical meaning of derivatives and chain rule, projectile motion, force, free body diagrams and physics applications of integrals. The tutorial is broken into different sections which are comprised of individual learning modules. Typically, each learning module contains notes, a content lecture, and example problems. Students can complete any module within the tutorial, or complete the entire tutorial based on individual need.

Access Pre-Statics/Physics 201 (InterEGR 601) Review Canvas Page