NetTutor Online Tutoring Services
NetTutor key features  
NetTutor is s comprehensive online tutoring service for all levels of college courses. Baltimore City Community College makes this service available to you for free to assist you with homework and studying. All of our tutors are fully trained experts in the courses for which they tutor. NetTutor is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year, so log on today!

NetTutor Hours of Operation

Monday - Sunday

24 Hours

365 Days

 


 

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How to access NetTutor:

  1. Log onto Canvas.
  2. Click on your course.
  3. Look on the left-hand navigation bar for the NetTutor link.
  4. Click on the NetTutor link (you must allow pop-ups).
  5. Join a live Tutorial, submit a question to the Q&A Center, or submit a paper to the Paper Center and get help quickly and easily.

 

You can come to any Tutoring Center to learn how to use NetTutor.
 

Live Help – You can work online with a live tutor 24/7/365.

Offline Help – Submit a question or problem to the Q&A Center of your subject and receive a response within 2-3 business days.

 

You can also access NetTutor through Canvas from your tablet or smartphone.

 

Log on to NetTutor for assistance with the following subjects:

 
 

General Mathematics

Algebra

Statistics

Trigonometry

Calculus

Chemistry

Differential Equations

Astronomy

Economics

Biology

Physics

Management

Finance

Accounting

History

English

Arts

Social Sciences

Composition/Writing

Nursing/Allied Health

Paralegal Studies

Foreign Language

Criminal Justice

 

Information Technology

Geometry

 

 

Student responsibility:

Come prepared with your textbook, assignment, class notes, and any work you have started. The tutors will not give you answers or confirm answers; they will help guide you along in the process. When submitting papers for review, remember to double space and use a readable font (like Times New Roman or Calibri). Remember to use your own words and cite outside sources.

What is a Live Tutorial?

A Live Tutorial is a one-on-one conversation between you and your tutor on the WorldWideWhiteboard®.

NetTutor WordWideWhiteboard example  
 
 

What if I don’t have time to chat with a tutor?

The Q&A Center allows you to ask a question offline, which a tutor will respond to within 24-48 hours. When feedback has been prepared, you will receive an email notifying you that your question is ready. After you receive feedback, you can ask a follow-up question or join a Live Tutorial.

How do I submit my paper?

Once you have logged into NetTutor, you can click “Paper Center.” Then, click the “Submit my paper” button. From there, you can answer a few questions about your assignment to help the tutor assist you in the best way possible. Next, browse to your paper’s location on your computer, and click “Upload.” You will receive a confirmation number to show you that your paper has successfully uploaded. Then, once a tutor has reviewed your paper, you will receive an email. Log back into the Paper Center, and view, print, or save your reviewed paper.

NetTutor Paper Proof example
 

Sample Proofing Summary: Below is a sample of the comments you could receive.

Hello! Thank you for submitting your draft for review. This is a great start, and I thought your narrative was inspiring.

Your thesis statement adequately forecasts the overall discussion, which has allowed you to maintain focus, but you expressed concerns that you think it could be stronger. To strengthen it, you should be more specific: you could include the difficulties you experienced or the reasons you believe finishing high school was difficult.

Your essay is strong in terms of thesis, organization and content, so I suggest that you review sentence structure and grammar and mechanics, especially focusing on fused sentences, the difference between indirect and direct speech, and comma use. There are a few ways to correct fused sentences, including inserting a period after the first independent clause, using a comma and a coordinating conjunction to connect the two clauses, and using a semicolon(;) to separate the clauses.

Keep in mind that I have marked only the first instance of an issue, so be sure to read through your draft carefully and make the changes as needed.

It appears that you are new to NetTutor. In the case you are unsure what a marking button means, click on this this link for an explanation (you can also copy and paste it into your web browser):

http://link-systems.com/sdkhtml/SDK/paperproof/manual/buttons.html

 
See NetTutor in Action
Check out the videos below to get an idea of how NetTutor can help you:
 

·         Video 1: NetTutor Demonstration Video:

Describes how easy it is to access NetTutor and some of the new features NetTutor has to offer.
 
 

·         Video 2: NetTutor Module:

This video details the different ways to receive tutoring including ‘Ask a NetTutor’, ‘Q&A Center’, and the ‘Paper Center’. 
 
 

·        Video 3: Using the NetTutor Paper Center:

This video demonstrates how to submit a paper to the NetTutor paper center, retrieve it once the paper has been reviewed and even upload it to the NetTutor whiteboard for a live session if you have any questions about the paper review. 
 
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