The Ohio State University at Marion

Math Lab

Mary Ellen Tobin

Professional Math Tutor
(740) 725-6296


  • Walk-in professional math help
  • Tables for group study
  • Smart Board and chalkboard
  • Calculator assistance
  • Selection of math books available for use in Math Lab

Summer 2018 Semester Hours

Math lab does not have walk-in hours during the summer, but students can still request a peer tutor using the form on the main ASC page here.

2017-2018 Math Lab Usage Statistics

705 Total Visits
1078 Total Hours Logged By Students
70 Individual Students Served
17 Courses Supported
73.4% Repeat Visitors

Math Links (click here to open)

OSU Math & Statistics Learning Center
• Course-specific resources including:
• Exam review materials, handouts, workshops, some online lessons

Math Placement Exam

Khan Academy
• Videos on ALL levels of math, physics, chemistry, biology, and more
• Covers full spectrum of classes from high school to college – some Test Prep
• Videos sorted by topic and grade level - Practice problems with hints
• Explanations and methods may vary from your instructor
• Wide range of math topics, including Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, and Data
• Simple explanations and worksheets
• Provides links to various math websites
• “Algebra, math homework solvers, lessons and free tutors online”
• Covers Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and II, and Geometry

• HUNDREDS of math videos covering high school and college topics.
• Math lessons and math forums – through College Algebra
• Standardized test prep
• Includes math homework matched to a large number of textbooks

Paul’s Online Math Notes
• Thorough math notes written by Professor at Lamar University.
• Algebra, Calculus I-III, and Differential Equations covered.
• Practice problems, tables, and cheat sheets for all classes.
• “computational knowledge engine”
• Search engine able to perform complex calculations
• OSU professors
• Calculus1 and Calculus2
• Online interactive textbook

• Calculus I and II videos by multiple universities, including OSU

MIT Open Courseware
• Notes, lectures, practice problems, and more.
• Some classes have full lectures by MIT professors
• Covers math, physics, engineering, education, etc.