Our Learning Resources staff provide academic support and one-on-one educational sessions.
Learning Resources Sessions
During the fall and spring semesters, Learning Resources offers different types of sessions on planning, anti-procrastination, academic reading, and study skills. Lower your stress, enhance your academic performance, and make sure you have space for self-care, friendships, jobs, and all the other pursuits that create your Middlebury experience.
Open Office Hours
Jennifer Bates, Director of Learning Resources, has open drop-in office hours if you have a quick question or just want to begin a conversation. Please stop by LIB 225F in the CTLR suite.
Spring Office Hours: Monday 11:30 am-1 pm, Wednesday 1:30 pm-3 pm
Enhancing performance in these areas maximizes academic success and scholastic achievement for all learners:
- Time and workload management
- Effective note-taking
- Reading skills enhancement
- Test-taking preparation
Connect with a Learning Resources Advisor
The majority of Middlebury students utilize CTLR services, which are provided free as part of a comprehensive Middlebury experience. Learning Resources staff work with students on academic development in all disciplines and at every stage of their Middlebury education.
We approach our work with students with sensitivity to neurodiversity issues, identities, and diversities.
ACE Peer Tutors
Most students benefit by initially meeting with an ACE (Academic Consultant for Excellence). ACEs are experienced Middlebury students who can share time management tools and other strategies for balancing academic work and self care.
- Book an ACE appointment in the CTLR Scheduler (go/appt).
- Stop by the Anti-Procrastination Station in the CTLR (Lib 225) for ACE drop-in hours.
For issues such as neurodiversity, professional staff are available to meet.
- Sign up for a 30 minute consult.
- Stop by open office hours in the CTLR Suite (Lib 225F).
Collaborating with Faculty
Learning Resources collaborates with faculty on professional development opportunities to design innovative, effective teaching environments, and refine faculty’s workload and time management. This in turn impacts students workload and time management through strategic syllabi development.
In addition, with faculty and the deans in Student Life, Learning Resources implements prevention and intervention initiatives for students who are at academic risk. The Director also works one-on-one with students who face challenges related to learning style or learning disabilities.
Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research
Davis Family Library, Suite 225
Middlebury, VT 05753