Learning Services

Learning Services

Learning Services Online Math & Science Support

Email:  mathsupport@saskpolytech.ca

Learning Services: Writing, Language and Study Skills Support

Email: writingsupport@saskpolytech.ca

On-line Writing Support

Access our on-line writing support by submitting your work, assignment and rubric.  Faculty from our team will have a look at it and email you feedback.


Zoom Room Hours


9:00-4:30 pm

Just like in person, drop into our zoom room and speak with faculty.

We can help you with the following:

Writing Support

  • Writing
  • Referencing and Citations in APA and MLA
  • Understanding your assignment
  • Creating outlines
  • Paraphrasing and summarizing
  • Communication skills
  • Note-taking
  • Developing your research strategy
  • Thesis statements
  • Grammar
  • Presentation skills
  • Self-editing

Student Success Support

Students across the province can book an appointment by emailing writingsupport@saskpolytech.ca

We can help you with the following:

  • Organization
  • Time management
  • Study smart
  • Note-taking
  • Critical thinking
  • Flash cards
  • Success online
  • Success in the remote classroom
  • Reading a textbook
  • Exam writing strategies
  • Test anxiety
  • Mind mapping
  • Concept mapping
  • Brightspace
  • Computer skills (i.e. Word, PowerPoint)

Math and Science Support

Email:  mathsupport@saskpolytech.ca 

The Learning Services will use Zoom for Online Support. Learning Services can provide online math and science support through Zoom.  Contact an instructor below to set up an online appointment.  



Math & Science Support

Moose Jaw

Abdul Ally


  • All Math (Calculus, Trades Math, Math 139, and LAE Math - Level 4 )
  • Physics for Engineering Technology Program 
  • Introductory statistics 


Jean Nixon-MacDonald

  • Trades Math & Sciences 
  • Technologies Math 
  • Introductory to Chemistry 
  • Health Sciences & Nursing Drug Calculations 


 Paul Lehmkuhl


  • All Math (Calculus, Trades Math, and LAE Math – Level 4)
  • Math for Health Sciences and Nursing (unit conversions and dosage calculations)
  • Business Math 139
  • Introductory Physics and Chemistry
  • Math and Physics for Power Engineering 
  • Introductory statistics 

Prince Albert

Claude Jalbert



  • Trades Math 
  • Business Math 
  • Statistics 
  • Calculus 
  • Trigonometry (Any program)
  • LAE Math – Level 4

Daren Anderson


  • Electronics 
  • Electrical content – yrs 1-4 
  • Industrial Mechanics 
  • Welding & Carpentry - Math 
  • Automotive Service Technician 
  • Ag Equipment 
  • Heavy Equipment, Truck and Transport 
  • Machinist 
  • Power Engineering  

Math Zoom Appointment Instructions

  • To book an online Zoom appointment please send email to the appropriate instructor with preferred times.  Or
  • Send a generic email to mathsupport@saskpolytech.ca , and one of the Instructors will then invite you to a zoom meeting.
  • Once you receive the Zoom invitation click the link provided to connect with the instructor.

Five tips for studying at home

1. Get Organized

Organize your workspace so everything is close at hand before you start. Gather your assignment, text books, research material, computer or tablet, pen and paper -- and your coffee, tea, or soda (in a container with a re-sealing lid, of course). Many people like to choose a spot that is quiet, comfortable, and well-lit. Also minimize distractions: turn off the news or social media, but try quiet music on headphones while you work.

2. Make Notes

Taking notes effectively is key to success in class. Use “jot notes” in point form to organize your thoughts. That means using bullet points with content words (nouns, verbs important adjectives/adverbs) and abbreviations. Use synonyms,  reorganize the material in a way that’s easy to understand, and write or say it in your own words.

3. Stay Focused

Try to engage with the material. Don’t just read and memorize. Focus on the important information. Ask yourself questions: How does this information fit what you already know about this topic? Try to summarize or paraphrase it in your own words. Some people like to make flashcards to help them remember important facts and definitions.

4. Take care of yourself

Studies prove that we learn more if we give our brains a break every hour or so. Try to stretch or move to prevent fatigue and cramping. Get a good night’s sleep, drink plenty of water, and eat nutritious meals. Set milestones or small, reachable goals that you can accomplish in a reasonable amount of time, and then notice when you meet them. Have a snack, watch a movie, or even play a video game. Find the right kind of positive reinforcement to help you stay on track.

5. Communicate

Stay in touch with your instructor and classmates. Some courses offer online sections like Brightspace, and instructors often post helpful tip-sheets there. Instructors are often available by email and will be willing to answer questions about assignments and course work. Try using social media to keep in touch with classmates.

Don’t forget: Learning Services is there to help by Zoom and Online:

Online Writing Support: Submit your work, assignment, and rubric, and one of our faculty will email you feedback. https://saskpolytech.libguides.com/writing-support

Zoom Room: Just like in person, drop into our zoom room and speak with faculty about your writing. https://saskpolytech.zoom.us/my/writingsupport

Contact Us

Moose Jaw campus
Learning Services, Room 2.114

Prince Albert campus, Technical Building
Learning Services, Room A100 (Library)
306-765-1520 or 306-765-1901

Regina Campus
Learning Services, Room 207.12 (Library)

Saskatoon campus, Idylwyld Dr.
Learning Services, Room 121