In continuation of our efforts to minimize and mitigate the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), all classes will be conducted remotely. Students with questions about their online class can contact their instructor.
Have questions about Transparent Language? Please contact Judith Marquez.
Need help in Spanish? Tutoring is available online! Enroll in the Canvas Online Tutoring Course. Once you enroll in the course, you will be able to access the course and the tutors from your Canvas Dashboard. You can also contact Judith Marquez if you need extra help in Spanish.
Location: San Marcos Campus H-125 | (760) 744-1150 ext. 2564
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Using the World Languages Resource Center
The World Languages Resource Center (WLRC) offers materials and resources to help students learn and practice the languages they are studying. Resources available include tutoring, computer software, audio activities, films, instructional videos, dictionaries, texts and other study aids.
Students enrolled in a 5-unit language class, such as Spanish 101 or Japanese 101, are required to do 16 hours of lab assignments over the course of the semester in the World Languages Resource Center. Students work independently to complete the language assignments designated by their instructor. Assignments may include the use of listening activities, videos, language software, or completing web-based activities.
Students’ progress is tracked throughout the semester and a report of the time and work completed is forwarded to the instructor. Students are encouraged to use their Palomar Identification Card (PIC) to borrow materials.
The World Languages Resource Center is located on the San Marcos campus in the Humanities building, first floor in room H-125.
World Languages Tutoring
Enrollment in subject area is required. Visit the WLRC to make an appointment. At times, walk-in visits may be available.
Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish
Judith Márquez, Instructional Support Assistant
(760) 744-1150 ext. 2564