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The Minority Engineering Program has implemented an Interactive Learning Laboratory designed to provide a structured, nurturing environment where students transitioning into engineering can receive supplemental instruction in mathematics, chemistry, physics, critical thinking and college survival skills.
The Interactive Learning Laboratory blends a variety of approaches to learning, including one-on-one tutoring and collaborative (peer) learning. However, the centerpiece of the forum is the instructional program offered via CD-ROM interactive software technology. The lab is staffed with graduate and undergraduate students as coordinators/facilitators.
The lab also has time management and college success strategies components, tailored specifically for the Auburn Engineering environment.