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Learning Resource Center

The Learning Resource Center (formerly known as the KEY Learning Center) is an open-access learning community offering individualized and group tutoring for many subjects across the Ivy Tech curriculum, with a special focus on writing, research, math, and science. Within the Learning Resource Center, students have free access to desktop computers, printers, and tutors to help answer questions about various subjects. Even if you only need a quiet space to study, the Learning Resource Center is a great resource to help ensure your academic success. 

Visit the Learning Resource Center today!

Room C108 (across from library) | Terre Haute Main Campus | 812-298-2363

Learning Resource Center Hours

Room C108 (across from the library)
Terre Haute Main Campus

  • Monday | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Tuesday | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Wednesday | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Thursday | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Friday | 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Many more learning resources and helpful tips can be found here.

Zoom Hours

Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 675 578 657
To join by phone: +1 253 215 8782 or +1 301 715 8592


Did it make sense in class, but now that you're ready to work on your assignments, it's not quite clicking? Let tutors help fill in the gap!

Tutoring is available in-person and online via Zoom. Here’s how to get started:

Walk In | Students can walk into the Learning Resource Center located on Ivy Tech Terre Haute’s Main Campus (Room C108) without an appointment to receive assistance on a first come, first serve basis.

Zoom | Students can drop into Zoom without an appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays to receive assistance on a first come, first serve basis.

Make an Appointment | Students can arrange either an in-person or a Zoom appointment by visiting MyIvy and searching for Campus Tutoring Services. Pro-tip: Click the heart icon to make Campus Tutoring Services a favorite app in MyIvy.

More tutoring resources and information can be found on the Learning Resource Center LibGuide.

Make an Appointment Today


Join the Learning Resource Center Virtual Community

Joining the Learning Resource Center's Virtual Community puts tutoring right at your fingertips in your IvyLearn dashboard. Stay informed about workshops, discussions, and other learning opportunities either on campus or via Zoom.

Email a request to join the community.

Tips for a Successful Tutoring Session

Get to know the tutoring staff and our services at the beginning of the semester so you can maximize your efforts and become a part of our learning community as you move toward your academic goals.

Bring your notes, assignment guidelines, questions, textbooks, online access codes, flash drives, or any other tools that will provide tutors with a full picture of the course, the instructor's expectations, and your concerns.

Our goal is to help you to help yourself.  We are here to build your confidence and skills as you master your classes, but tutoring does not serve as a substitution for the experience you will gain in the classroom.

​Try homework or assignments on your own first; tutors cannot provide answers or merely check your work for accuracy, especially in math classes.  However, if your homework has been attempted, tutors can guide you to understand the material.

​Ultimately, responsibility for your work belongs to you, and only you can make choices about the content and quality of your assignments.

Closed questions are answerable with a quick "yes" or "no" and are suitable for situations when you only need guidance for a brief moment.

​Open-ended questions are the kind of questions you want to ask when you must dive deeper in order to understand a subject. Our tutors are also here to help you take a deeper dive.

Instructors (and future employers) are looking for critical thinking skills that involve thoughtful and thorough responses to open-ended questions.  Learning how to take the time and ask these kinds of questions is the first step in learning how to answer them.

When it comes to any difficulty you are experiencing in your classes, don't wait until midterm to seek advice or assistance from your instructors or from tutors. 

​We are all here to help you succeed!

Ivy Tech Terre haute Library

The Ivy Tech Terre Haute Library offers comfortable seating, study tables, laptops, and access to charging stations for laptops, tablets, and phones. Individual and group study rooms are also available when the library is open.

The Ivy Tech Virtual Library is available to students on and off campus. Note that students must be logged into MyIvy or IvyLearn to access the Virtual Library from off campus. 

Personalized research assistance is also available through Library Services.  Drop in or make an appointment on campus or via Zoom to work one-on-one with a library specialist regarding your research project.

Search for Research Assistance drop-in availabilities or book appointment slots in the MyIvy TracCloud Dashboard.

For more information about Library Services, contact Darla Crist.

Visit the library today!

Room C116 | Terre Haute Main Campus | 812-298-2305

Library Hours 

Room C116

  • Monday | 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Tuesday | 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday | 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Thursday | 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Friday | 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Saturday | 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Many more learning resources and helpful tips can be found here.

Choosing the Right Class Format

Ivy Tech offers a variety of course modalities, including in-person, online and more. Find out which one is right for you.

  • Ivy Tech offers several methods of instruction (also known as methods of delivery or course modalities) for classes. It's important that you understand the differences between how these courses are delivered so you can choose the instructional method that is right for you and for the classes you are taking. 

    Traditional (Face-to-Face) Method
    Course reference/abbreviation=TR

    All class sessions take place on campus with the instructor through lecture-based or hands-on class activities, with supplemental course learning material provided through IvyLearn or other technology platforms.

    Online Only
    Course reference/abbreviation= I

    No time in the traditional classroom is required.  Course sessions take place online, although students may be required to take exams at an approved proctoring site (no more than two exams for program-level courses and no more than four exams for academic skills advancement classes).

    Most online course activities are asynchronous, although the course could involve scheduled activities such as online office hours, chats, or other “real-time” presentations. These activities must be posted on the class schedule at the start of the class and should be optional. If a synchronous activity is assessed as a part of the grade of the course, an alternate asynchronous activity must be available if a synchronous activity is required.  

    Course reference/abbreviation= BT

    Blended courses are a combination of traditional instruction with the addition of online and/or virtual instruction methods. For a course to be identified as a blended course for purposes of counting enrollments, no less than 1/3 of the contact hours of the course must be assigned to activities at an on-site instructional location. 

    The blended online and/or virtual component includes significant activities which require engagement between faculty and student as well as from student to student. If virtual instruction is included, students must have sufficient broadband access and a device with a microphone or headset. A webcam may be required. If test proctoring is required, this must be in addition to the contact hours scheduled at the on-site instructional location. Notes on specific dates and times of meetings as well as participation requirements need to be provided to students through the registration system at the time of registration as well as in the course syllabus in IvyLearn.

    Virtual Method
    Course reference/abbreviation= VI

    Also known as Synchronous Online Video, in virtual courses students are not required to attend campus-based activities or classes, but students are required to participate in weekly live sessions via webcast technology following the course schedule or view a recording of the live session.

    The remainder of the Virtual course activities are delivered asynchronously via IvyLearn. Fifty to one hundred percent of the contact hours will be assigned to live activities. The live sessions require students to have sufficient broadband access and a device with a microphone or headset. A webcam may be required.  Students may be required to take exams at an approved proctoring site or via other virtual proctoring options. If more than two exams are required, automated proctoring solutions should be used where available.

    Learn Anywhere Method
    Course reference/abbreviation= LA

    Learn Anywhere courses are taught from an on-site/campus instructional location following the course schedule and students can attend in-person or via live webcast technology such as Zoom.

    If scheduled at multiple on-site instructional locations, the instructor will be in a classroom with students at one on-site instructional location while other students attend at a separate on-site instructional location(s) or virtually.  The course may be supplemented with other asynchronous activities via IvyLearn, but no less than 1/2 of the contact hours will be assigned to live activities.

    In the event of rare and occasional absences, students may be given access to a recording of the live sessions for review.

    Students choosing to attend live via webcast technology from an off-campus location will need sufficient broadband access and a microphone or headset.  A webcam may be required.  Students may be required to attend campus to visit the testing center to take proctored exams or to complete skills demonstrations. 

  • If you have prior experience with the course content or you have a strong confidence threshold with the course content, an Online Only, Virtual, or Learn Anywhere class might be viable options for you.

    However, if you need more than an online or virtual interaction in order to master the material, a Blended or Traditional classroom setting might be the best overall option for you. 

    If you need time in the classroom with an instructor for the best class outcomes and you choose a Learn Anywhere class, plan on attending the campus sessions as much as possible.

  • Online Only courses and courses with a Virtual attendance component require strong time management skills and the ability to build time for coursework into your schedule or to attend class sessions virtually without distractions at specified day(s) and time(s). 

    If you are easily distracted from completing tasks while working from home or on the go, a Traditional classroom instructional method might be your best class choice, or, if you choose a Learn Anywhere class, you might want to make sure you attend the actual class session, rather than Zooming from home or on the go.

  • Regardless of which instructional method you choose, you will definitely need to assure that you have the appropriate technology available to successfully complete Ivy Tech courses.

    Make sure you understand the technological tools you will need, and if you don't have these at home, make plans to use technology on campus or elsewhere. 

    You might also want to check for available campus resources, like loaner laptops.  Terre Haute Ivy Tech students can contact our Student Success Coach, Melissa Kearns at with laptop loan requests.