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The Learning Resource Support Center at APSU is in the process of developing new content for this page to assist our students. Please check back frequently to see what new items are available. The material on these pages have been donated by APSU faculty, staff, tutors, and students. We invite you to review these resources. If you find or create other resources that you would like to share, we invite you to send them to mallorys@apsu.edu.

Types of materials requested

The Learning Resource Center believes that students learn best when they are actively engaged in their learning process. Contributions which guide students to explore information and create learning materials for their own use are welcomed. Contributions which do not encourage individual engagement (example: already created flash cards) will not be used.

Policy on Donations: The Learning Resource Support Center reserves the right to review, revise, or reject any materials submitted for use. Contributors understand that by submitting their materials they have granted the Learning Resource Center the right to use and share the materials with others. Contributions must provide citations for all material which are not the contributor's original work.


General Resources 


Has tips for goal setting, knowledge acquisition, memorization strategies, and test-taking strategies.
Full Spectrum Learning
FSL is a program at APSU for students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This program is based in the Martha Dickerson Eriksson College of Education and is designed to promote retention and successful completion of a college degree. Areas addressed in the program are transition to college, academics, social and independence skills, and career readiness.


Resources by Department

On-line research for art history: https://smarthistory.org

Whatever a student is studying in Art 1035, Art 2010 or Art 2020, there are likely essays and videos to help them review or learn more about a certain period or artist.

The Art Story https://www.theartstory.org/ 

The Heilbrunn TimeLine of Art History at the Metropolitain Museum of Art https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/

CSIT Programming Tutoring Services (FREE for apsu students):


University of Texas: https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/ (Tex’s French Grammar)

Online French-English dictionary: https://www.larousse.fr/  It has an excellent French dictionary, an excellent  French-English/English French bilingual dictionary, as well as a verb conjugator, French encyclopedia, cuisine, games, etc.

Here is a link to our HHP Research Guide. There is a tab that will let you look at the ones specifically for the CSDI program. Also, if you look on the right side of the page, you will see a list of the courses that have support pages. They all have a variety of resources to help the students with the course content. If you have any questions about anything, please contact librarian Ross Bowron






  • Dr. Matt Jones             1530
  • Dr. Ellen Smyth           1530

Please find the schedule for Fall 2021 here. No appointment needed-- available on a walk-in basis. 

If you have any questions, please contact:

Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Maynard Mathematics and Computer Science Building
Room 205

Online tools
Standardized Test Preparation
Calculator Guides

Help with TI-84 and Minitab



Graduate Student Resources

Please visit the following links on the Graduate Studies website for assistance:








Software Resources

Microsoft Student Advantage Program, Microsoft Office for FREE!*

For more information visit Microsoft Student Advantage Program. The offer is available to all students at APSU and if you need assistance with installation or the program contact APSU Help Desk at (931) 221-4357.

Microsoft Word is a word processing program for creating and editing text documents. While it is commonly used to create text documents like book reviews and research papers it can also be used to create flyers, labels, and much more! Here are a few resources we found helpful when using Office 365!

Word Cheat Sheet    Word Help Center


Beginners Guide to Word

Microsoft Excel is a software program produced by Microsoft that allows users to organize, format and calculate data with formulas using a spreadsheet system. Excel can also be used to track data, build models for analyzing data, write formulas to perform calculations on that data, pivot the data in numerous ways, and present data in a variety of professional looking charts. Here are a few resources we found helpful when using Office 365!

Excel Cheat Sheet    Excel Help Center


Beginners Guide to Excel  

Microsoft PowerPoint is presentation software that is part of Microsoft Office and Office365. It is commonly used in business and education to convey information rich in multimedia and supplement presentations. Here are a few resources we found helpful when using Office 365!

PowerPoint Cheat Sheet    PowerPoint Help Center


Beginners Guide to PowerPoint  

Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager from Microsoft, available as a part of the Microsoft Officesuite. Although often used mainly as an email application, it also includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing. Here are a few resources we found helpful when using Office 365! 

 Outlook Cheat Sheet    Outlook Help Center

*Please be advised that this program will discontinue for each student in the event that that student graduates or terminates enrollment with APSU.


Resources for Other Learning Centers

This page is a work in progress. Our policy for resource utilization, additional resources and information, as well as links to other organizations that are helpful to Learning Centers will be posted here. If you have a resource you would like for us to share, please contact us.


Resource Utilization Policy

As a part of the higher education community, the Learning Resource Center at Austin Peay State University is committed to the sharing of information to further the educational goals of students everywhere. Any of the information and handouts provided on the pages of the Learning Resource Center's website may be freely used for non-commercial, educational purposes. This policy does not extend to any of the photographs or images presented on this website, nor does it apply to websites linked to our own. We do ask that any materials used be properly attributed to our services at APSU.


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