photo credit: calebdzahnd Advocating for public libraries is an important part of what we do at Tutor.com. In these difficult times, libraries have to spend their valuable resources demonstrating the value they bring to their communities. We want to help you get the word out. We have been recapping the ways that Tutor.com employees and […]
We were thrilled to announce the launch of the new Learning Suite, and students have been connecting to tutors all day. We not only expanded our products, but we added lots of new “stuff” to our classroom and thousands of resources that they can use 24/7. I can talk about it all day, but rather […]
Every time we launch a new product or make a change, we get a little excited. But today is a big one! For almost a decade, we’ve been offering one-to-one online tutoring and homework help, but today, we’re announcing the launch of something that will reach even more people in your community to get them […]
I get giddy when book club day rolls around at Tutor.com. I can’t wait to dissect the characters, debate the cause and effect of the book’s events, and best of all, hear how my fellow book clubbers would make the book better. (Yes, we’re quite a group of voracious, opinionated readers.) But, this month I […]
My first introduction to book clubs was in sixth grade. A group of us were selected for the Junior Great Books program. Every Tuesday we sat in chairs in the hallway and discussed a story. Through the program I was introduced to Ray Bradbury and “All Summer in a Day”, Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” and many other short stories. We sat in our circle and simply talked.
At 11 AM on May 11th, my Grandpa and I pulled up to a parking lot in Florida to watch the space shuttle Atlantis lift off from Kennedy Space Center. It was not too cool on this 95 degree day! There were other people gathered there, and we all shared our binoculars and camera equipment and ice from our coolers while we waited. It was a very interesting group and people were definitely excited!