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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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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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Helping Your Patrons Better Than Ever

An Interview with Tutor.com’s Director of Library Programs, Susan Del Rosario We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Director of Library Programs, Susan Del Rosario, to discuss the past, present and future of Tutor.com for Libraries. How long have you been working at Tutor.com? Counting my years as a tutor, I’ve been with […]

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Steve Schrage Joins Tutor.com for Libraries

We are so excited to introduce the newest member of the Tutor.com for Libraries team, Client Services Manager Steve Schrage!  Steve joins us from the Tutor.com for Military Families team, where he spent the last three years visiting military personnel and their families across the globe, sharing promotional tips and best practices, and training students […]

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Announcing the Better Together Contest Winners!

This year we decided to celebrate the power of libraries. In May we announced the Tutor.com Better Together Contest which brought attention to library programs that bring together resources and better the community. We challenged librarians to submit their ideas for the chance to win a $1,000 grant to bring the program to life. In […]

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