Top up your knowledge tank or untangle a tricky concept with help from a tutor.
Tutoring sessions are offered in-person and online on a variety of different platforms for a variety of programs, courses and subjects from math and physics to journalism and BGIS.
Check the schedule below, then register and attend through SAITs TuberEdu website (if applicable). To get started, visit the website, click on "Start learning with TuberEdu," register via the form and submit.
|Math 238||Monday||4 - 6 pm||Ahmad Bahaaddeen (Reg Erhardt Library)|
|Math 288||Wednesday||4 - 6 pm||Ahmad Bahaaddeen (Reg Erhardt Libr|
|Upgrading||Tuesday & Thursday||4 - 6 pm||Ahmad Bahaaddeen (Reg Erhardt Library)|
|Mondays and Thursdays||3 - 5 pm||Arjun Chopra (NN210)|
|Bachelor of Applied Technology Geographic Information Systems||Tuesdays and Thursdays||6 - 9 pm||Emily Gillis (platform: MS Teams)|
Thermodynamics/Strength of Materials/Statics
|Mondays & Wednesdays||3:30 - 5:30 pm||Steve Gao (Reg Erhardt Library)|
|Math/Physics||Tuesdays||2 - 4 pm||Mahin Asfari
|Engineering Design & Drafting Technology||Tuesdays||6 - 9 pm||Jayson Gaudreau
|IT 1st semester, ITSD all||Tuesdays and Thursdays||6 - 8 pm||Minh Lam
(platform: MS Teams)
|Civil Engineering Technology||Mondays and Wednesdays||5 - 7 pm||Filipe Coutinho
(platform: MS Teams)
Request a volunteer peer tutor
Submit the peer tutor request form to be matched with an available volunteer peer tutor in your subject area. All volunteer peer tutors have been screened to ensure they meet specific academic and professional requirements. Note: Tutors may not be available for every subject.
Volunteer as a peer tutor
Use your knowledge and expertise to help a fellow student in need of tutoring support — volunteer as a peer tutor. You must have an 'A' grade or higher in the course(s) you wish to tutor. Volunteer peer tutors will be matched with a peer requiring assistance based on demand.
Volunteer peer tutoring is an approved Co-Curricular Record activity and an unpaid opportunity.
Hire a tutor
Connect with a tutor through SAIT's tutor registry — a list of qualified peer and professional tutors. These tutors set their own availability and hourly rates and will work with you directly to schedule sessions and arrange payment.
Note: SAIT does not employ tutors through this registry. SAIT does not require tutors to provide criminal record checks and cannot guarantee personal character. It is always recommended you meet your tutor in a public place.
Join the tutor registry as a tutor for hire
Join SAIT's tutor registry as either a peer or a professional tutor. As a tutor on the registry, you will set your own availability and hourly rates, and you’ll be responsible for managing your own schedule and arranging payments.
Writing effectively and making presentations with confidence are two keys to a successful academic experience.
Connect with a writing tutor
Connect with a writing tutor for support with a written assignment, project or presentation, by emailing >email@example.com Please keep your assignment due date in mind and contact a tutor well in advance of your deadline.
A writing tutor can:
- help clarify assignments
- teach you how to brainstorm and outline writing assignments
- give feedback on the organization of your writing or presentation drafts
- teach you how to correct errors in grammar and help with sentence structure
- show you methods for documenting sources and avoiding plagiarism
- show you how to proofread and edit work
- facilitate group projects that involve reports
- provide feedback on visual presentations (e.g. PowerPoint).
Request feedback on your writing assignments via email
You can also request feedback on your writing assignments via email. Email your draft to firstname.lastname@example.org for feedback.
The Writing Help Inbox is open Monday through Friday and response times are typically three business days. However, during peak periods of the semester, this may be longer. Make sure you submit your work early. This is not an editing service. However, we will review your work and provide feedback and resources to help improve your writing.
Please make sure you send your email from your SAIT email account.
Remember to include:
- your name and student ID number
- course code, instructor name and program of study at SAIT
- the reason for submitting your paper or assignment
- assignment due date
Join a virtual writing workshop and improve your writing skills. Writing workshops are approximately 50 minutes.
Overwhelmed with writing reports and papers? Learn how to break papers down into smaller, manageable steps to feel more confident and prepared. Additional procrastination and time management tips for writing will also be covered.
|Anti-procrastination for papers||
Tuesday, Jan. 11
Learn how to correct common errors including run-on sentences, comma splices and sentence fragments.
|Improving sentence structure||
Tuesday, Jan. 18
Want to make your paper easier to read? Explore strategies for organizing your paper and connecting ideas between sentences. Topics include creating traditional and reverse outlines, integrating clear pronoun references, and adding transitions.
|Coherency and flow||
Tuesday, Jan. 25
Explore common mistakes when integrating quotes and paraphrases into papers. Learn how to integrate quotes properly with lead-ins and how to paraphrase successfully using step-by-step strategies to help reword original passages.
|Integrating quotes and paraphrases||Tuesday, Feb. 1||12 pm|
Need a quick brush up on plagiarism? This seminar provides a solid overview of the basics of plagiarism, including the concept of ownership and giving-credit-where-credit-is-due. Several case studies will be explored, highlighting how to avoid plagiarism in writing.
|Basics of Plagiarism||Tuesday, Feb. 8||12 pm|
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