ARC Announces Demo for Online Tutoring Program, NetTutor

Mar. 21, 2019

Academic Resource Center Announces Demo for Online Tutoring Program

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is hosting a demo for a professional online tutoring program, NetTutor. The proposed partnership with NetTutor will supplement the current options within the Tutoring Program.

An online demonstration showing of NetTutor is scheduled for Wednesday, March 27, from 3-4:30 p.m., in EAB 137. Anyone interested in joining the session remotely may join via WebEx. The entire Webster community—faculty, staff, and students—is invited to attend the demonstration and give feedback about NetTutor.

The proposed partnership with NetTutor will supplement the current options within the Tutoring Program and offer students more opportunities to receive the support and assistance they want and need. Students will have access to more immediate assistance in a larger number of courses, particularly with regard to Webster’s quantitative courses.


“This additional resource offers access to all Webster University students around the world and, as with all of our tutoring, is a free resource for students,” says Erica Ellard, director of the ARC.

Following the demonstration, the ARC asks that everyone able to attend provide feedback by completing a brief survey.

Anyone with questions may contact Carolyn I. Brown, assistant director of the ARC, at (314) 246-7668 or carolynbrown04@webster.edu.

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