ASHEBORO – Students throughout Randolph County now have access to Tutor.com, a live, one-to-one, online tutoring service through Randolph County Public Libraries.
Students can access the anonymous, safe and secure service from noon to midnight seven days a week from any Internet-connected device anywhere with their Randolph County Public Libraries card or REAL2 student ID, or from noon to closing at any library branch.
Access Tutor.com at www.randolphlibrary.org/tutor or randolphlibrary.org/real2.
Tutor.com connects students with carefully vetted online educators and covers over 100 academic subjects. Among its features are interactive classrooms and test preparation resources from The Princeton Review.
Text chat and two-way voice options also are available. The service also is available for adult learners, and includes support for jobseekers
Tutor.com is part of an “Equal Access Tutoring” grant of Library Services and Technology Act funds through the State Library of North Carolina. The grant will also purchase new laptops, Chromebooks and iPads for in-house use at the Asheboro library to use with Tutor.com.
For assistance accessing Tutor.com or for further information, contact Asheboro library Youth Services at 336-318-6804.
This project is supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (IMLS grant number LS-23645-OLS-23).