Services at Carleton
Bookstore: Identify required texts for your course and have them shipped to you through the Bookstore site.
Information Technology Services: Provides general computer support.
cuLearn Support: For help with cuLearn, Carleton’s Learning Management System. Through cuLearn course websites, you can access your course materials and make use of a number of useful built-in features to facilitate your learning experience.
Department of Chemistry – Videos: Get a sense of what you might be seeing and experiencing in one of our first-year chemistry classes by viewing some demonstration videos. You will also find clips from the ever-popular Chemistry Magic Show.
Department of Economics – Math Preliminaries: Handy online courses and tutorials to brush up on math, calculus and algebra for your economics courses.
Department of Economics – Writing Preliminaries: Useful for all courses! Guidelines and tips for academic essay writing, a style manual and more.
Ojigkwanong Centre: The Ojigkwanong Centre (Ojigkwanong meaning “Morning Star” in Algonquin) is a hub for student activities throughout the year – academic study sessions and workshops, social gatherings, cultural events, the Knowledge Keepers Program and much more.
Paul Menton Centre: Responsible for the coordination of academic accommodations and support services for students with disabilities.
Registrar’s Office: For registration assistance and support.
Wellness: Tools and resources to understand, manage and improve your mental health and well-being while at university.
Writing Service : Writing Services offers all Carleton students free one-on-one writing consultations. If you are at a distance, you can contact them to arrange a consultation by electronic means.
Carleton University Art Gallery: Carleton University Art Gallery offers online exhibitions in addition to their physical collection and exhibitions.
Contact North: Should I study online?: Contact North is Ontario’s distance education and training network. Funded by the Government of Ontario, it supports the province’s public colleges, universities, school boards, literacy and other training providers to increase and improve local access to online learning courses and programs for Ontarians. Their website has many useful tools for online students.
Ecampus Ontario Student Resources – a source of a number of different online tools related to study skills, research, math skills, writing and more.
Open University – Study Skills: A list of resources for online students compiled by the Open University. Includes stress relief, organizational skills, time management, study resources and more.
Rutgers Online – Tips for a Successful Online Education: a list of good tips from Rutgers (State University of New Jersey) and a link to other resources