Learning Services for University of Minnesota Students

From the University Libraries and the Office of Undergraduate Education

The SMART Learning Commons invites you to the half-day Second Wind workshop on Saturday, February 11.

Originally created for midyear freshmen, Second Wind is now open to other students as well, and will help gear you up for a successful second semester. Learn more at the event page.

Featured Service
Peer Learning Consultants
Peer Learning Consultants
PLCs provide free tutoring to U of M students at all levels in 200+ courses spanning 50+ subjects. PLCs integrate learning strategies with content review, promoting healthy academic habits and independent learning.
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Tried and Tweaked: Activities to re-energize peer learning sessions

Just released: A collection of first-person narratives about activities that PAL facilitators created and conducted in their sessions. Learn more and request a copy.

Work for SMART!

There are many opportunities for undergraduates to contribute to the campus community and develop their skills in meaningful positions within the SMART Learning Commons. Learn about all of our student positions here.

Get Help With Your Media Project

We have equipment to check out, software to use with online resources, and in-person help. Make an appointment to work with a consultant. For quick questions, the SMART Learning Commons desk staff can give limited on-demand support during staffed hours.

SMART Locations

Walter Library
Room 204 (2nd floor)
Phone: 612-624-1584

Wilson Library
Room 401 (gallery outside Bell Library)
Phone: 612-626-8262

Magrath Library
Room 75
(just outside library gates)
Phone: 612-624-2125

Note: Media Help available only in Walter and Wilson


Media Questions: smartmedia@umn.edu
All Other Questions: smartlc@umn.edu

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