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April

Mentor of the Month: Kristin P.

With a degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in Business Communications, Kristin P. is well-versed in connecting prior knowledge to new information to learn and retain as much as possible. “Anytime you can connect something you are learning to something you already know, you will remember it better. The multidisciplinary studies program taught me how to connect […]

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YALSA

A New Vision for Library Services for Teens

At ALA Midwinter 2014, Tutor.com sponsored an event for the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). YALSA held this event to discuss the details of their year-long study entitled “A New Vision for Library Services for Teens: Findings from the Forum on Libraries and Teens.” This study explores the way in which libraries need to […]

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Tutor of the Month: Clarissa D.

With plans to teach high school, obtain her master’s degree and become a certified reading specialist, Clarissa D. has a lot going on. And that drive to reach all her goals makes for an excellent tutor. As an English and Essay Writing tutor she is able to manage her time between being a part time […]

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homework help

Keeping the Holidays Peaceful with Online Homework Help

The holidays are an especially tough time for teens to stay on top of their homework. Between traveling and attending family commitments, it’s challenging for teens to find help when they get stuck on a concept. Chicago Tribune’s recent article, “Kids can take online tutoring on the road” sheds light on one of the best […]

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Divergent

Tutor.com Reads: Divergent

Sometimes you just have to see what all the fuss is about. After an unsuccessful attempt to step away from our post-apocalyptic genre choices, we were sucked back in for our September pick with the massive YA hit Divergent by Veronica Roth. Divergent takes place sometime in the future in what seems to be the […]

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