A major goal of the National Numeracy Network (NNN) is the support of Math/QR/QL support centers.  As colleges admit a wider range students, these support centers are increasingly necessary so that all students can succeed. 

This site will feature articles and conferences of interest to those managing these centers.   A major resource is the newly released "Handbook for Directors of Quantitative & Mathematics Support Centers."

Front Matter, Grace Coulombe, Mary B. O'Neill, and Michael Schucker
01. Introduction, Mary B. O'Neill

Center Leadership and Management
02. Effective Management, Rosalie Tepper
03. Responding to Institutional Needs, Ja'Wanda S. Grant
04. Addressing Diversity, Ibrahim Rosic
05. Strategic Planning and Budgeting, Gail Hilyard
06. Incorporating Technology, Maria Belk
07. Math Anxiety and the Impact on QMaSC Services, Gail Hilyard

Community Interactions
08. Coordinating with Institutional Administration, Frederick L. Van Swearingen
09. Outreach and Promotion, Laurie Wern Overmann
10. Building Effective Quantitative and Math Faculty Development, Matthew Salomone and Kathryn Bjorge
11. Course Collaboration Models, Eric Gaze
12. Virtual Presence, McKayla Nuffer

Staffing, Hiring, and Training
13. Staffing and Hiring, Christine Tinsley
14. Training Materials and Methods, Johnathan Nelson
15. Practice and Mentoring, Cymra Haskell

Center Assessment
16. Internal Evaluation and Reporting, Tiana Bosley
17. Reporting Assessment Findings to External Audiences, Rachel M. Dunwell, Grace Coulombe, and Michael E. Schuckers
18. Center Staff Feedback, Dennis Lewandowski

Starting a Center
19. Defining Staff Roles, Darry Andrews and Carolyn Johns
20. Hiring a Director, George Recck
21. Designing a QMaSC Space, Eileen M. Phillips

Case Studies
22. Case Study: Symbolic and Quantitative Resource Center at Lewis & Clark College, Margot Black
23. Case Study: Math and Computer Science Academic Support Services at Bethel University, Patrice Conrath
24. Case Study: The Mathematics & Statistics Workshop at Bates College, Grace Coulombe
25. Case Study: Math Learning Center at Oregon State University, Thomas Dick
26. Case Study: The William B. Law Learning Commons at Tallahassee Community College, Vera L. Mayes
27. Case Study: The Spinelli Center for Quantitative Learning at Smith College, Catherine McCune
28. Case Study: Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center at Hamilton College, Mary B. O'Neill
29. Case Study: The Math Study Center at the University of Washington, Patrick T. Perkins
30. Case Study: Quantitative Learning Center at UConn, Tom Roby
31. Case Study: Peterson Quantitative Resource Center at St. Lawrence University, Michael Schuckers

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