NetTutor is a free online tutoring service that offers one-on-one virtual tutoring sessions with a professional tutor; as well as a Question Center, which allows students to post a question privately and receive a personalized answer within 24 hours on a variety of topics. Free on-demand online tutoring is now available to all students in grades 7-12 in Gilbert Public Schools through NetTutor. Do you need help with your tasks late at night or during the weekend? Are you stuck doing an assignment for your online course? Tutoring Services offers online tutoring to MATC college students through NetTutor. Each MATC student can use 12 free NetTutor hours per course and semester.
NetTutor is also compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and complies with FERPA. If you're a student and NetTutor isn't enabled in your Canvas course (or your teacher doesn't use Canvas), you can access it by automatically enrolling in the free online Quest for Success course. NetTutor meets with all students who ask for help “where they are” with an unwavering commitment to quality and inclusion. Tutors are employees of NetTutor (Link-Systems International) and are not affiliated with the Tutoring Center.
For more than 20 years, NetTutor has offered on-demand live tutoring, question delivery and written comments. Please wait patiently, as you will be notified via a doorbell when a guardian is available to help you. In accordance with the Faculty's Academic Integrity Policy, the Tutoring Center strictly prohibits those who use its services from engaging in any form of academic dishonesty. NetTutor is research-based and has a rich history of providing online tutoring and academic support to educational institutions in a variety of disciplines and academic programs.
They are full-time tutors and all have at least a bachelor's degree; most also have graduate degrees. Guardians reserve the right to end a session early if the student is not properly prepared or if he blatantly ignores the College's Academic Integrity Policy, the Student Code of Conduct, or the Tutoring Center's Student Mentoring Agreement policy. All NetTutor tutors have at least a bachelor's degree and most have a master's or doctorate degree. For technical support, students should review the help links or submit a support ticket through NetTutor - NetTutor Support.
All tutorials are conducted in an intuitive whiteboard interface and are facilitated with course-specific tools and functions.