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Math Workshops and Open Labs
Tools, support, and resources on a dropin basis.
Workshops and Open Labs are a casual way to get the extra support you need, when you need it. Starting in the second week of classes, you can drop in to discuss course material with instructors, coordinators, and teaching assistants, or get help with assignments, studying, and exam prep.
Burnaby Campus Workshops
Refer to your course Canvas container for scheduling exceptions during midterms and exams. Workshops do not open until the 2nd week of classes each term.
Algebra Workshop [AW], DISC2107
Coordinator:
Justin Gray
jgray@math.sfu.ca
Classes
 MATH 100
 MATH 232
 MATH 240
 MACM 201
Workshop Hours
 Mondays: 9:3015:30
 Tuesdays: 10:3012:30 and 14:3016:30
 Wednesdays: 9:3015:30
 Thursdays: 10:3014:30
 Fridays: 9:3011:30
Applied Calculus [ACW], SC K9503
Coordinator:
Petra Menz
pmenz@sfu.ca
Classes
 MATH 154
 MATH 155
 MATH 157
 MATH 158
Workshop Hours
 Mondays: 9:3015:30
 Tuesdays: 9:3014:30
 Wednesdays: 9:3020:30
 Thursdays: 16:3020:30
 Fridays: 9:3014:30
Calculus Workshop [CW], DISC2 109
Coordinator:
Brenda Davison
bdavison@sfu.ca
Classes
 MATH 150
 MATH 151
 MATH 152
 MATH 251
Workshop Hours
 Mondays: 10:3019:30
 Tuesdays: 14:3017:30
 Wednesdays: 9:3016:30
 Thursdays: 10:3016:30
 Fridays: 9:3014:30
Q Support [QW], WMC 2810
Coordinator:
Sophie Burrill
srb7@sfu.ca
Classes
 FAN X99
 MATH 190 (D100 and C900)
C900 Midterm and Final Exam Information:
Midterm 1: October 3, 2019/ 19:0020:30/ Location: AQ3005
Midterm 2: October 31, 2019/ 19:0020:30/ Location: AQ3005
Final Exam: December 5, 2019/ 12:0015:00/ Location: TBA
Workshop Hours
 Mondays: 11:3014:30
 Tuesdays: 10:3015:30
 Wednesdays: 12:3014:30
 Thursdays: 10:3017:30
FAN X99 E200 Office Hours (Vancouver):
Tuesday 19:3020:20 GCA4318
Thursday 16:3017:20 GCA4318
Surrey Campus Openlabs
Refer to your course Canvas container for scheduling exceptions during midterms and exams. Workshops do not open until the 2nd week of classes each term.
Applied Calculus & Algebra [ACAW]
Introductory Math [IMW]
Pure Calculus [PCW], SRY 2985
Coordinator:
Justin Chan
justin_chan_11@sfu.ca
ACAW Courses
 MATH 154
 MATH 155
 MATH 157
 MATH 232
IMW Courses
 FAN X99
 MATH 100
 MATH 130
 MACM 201
PCW Courses
 MATH 150
 MATH 151
 MATH 152
 MATH 251
Workshop Hours
 See Canvas For Workshop Hours
Frequently Asked Questions
How should I format my assignments?
Attach a cover sheet to the front of your assignment. You can find them in your WebCT course container. You can write the assignment with pen or pencil on clean, lettersized paper. Clearly indicate which question of the assignment you are providing a solution for. Staple all pages together in the upper left corner.
Where should I hand in my assignments?
Assignments should be dropped off in the boxes located outside the workshop, which are labeled by course number and initial letter of last name. All assignments are picked up promptly at the submission deadline. Late or misplaced assignments will receive a mark of zero.
Where can I pick up my assignments?
Assignments are usually returned within a week of the due date, and can be picked up from the slots inside the lab, labeled by course number and initial letter of last name.
Where can I pick up my midterm?
Attach a cover sheet to the front of your assignment. You can find them in your WebCT course container. You can write the assignment with pen or pencil on clean, lettersized paper. Clearly indicate which question of the assignment you are providing a solution for. Staple all pages together in the upper left corner.
What should I do if my mark is recorded incorrectly?
You should contact the workshop coordinator. Clearly and concisely put your request in writing and it will be reviewed and returned at the coordinator's convenience. You may submit your request in person or hand it to the Mathematics Office with your coordinator indicated.
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