[FCLCA] Private Tutoring Contracts?
Laura.Price at fsw.edu
Fri Feb 14 08:40:17 EST 2020
FSW contracts with Tutor.com, which provides online tutoring. They cover most, if not all, of the courses we offer here at FSW. Our original thinking was to offer distance online students a tutoring option, but we've found that quite a few of our ground students use it, as well.
Academic Support Coordinator for Writing, Speech, and Foreign Language
Florida SouthWestern State College
8099 College Parkway
Fort Myers, FL 33919
Q-219, ext. 11615
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Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2020 5:12 PM
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Subject: [FCLCA] Private Tutoring Contracts?
Hello to my colleagues across the state! I have a quick question - an "ask" from my Provost's Office. Please reply and let me know if you have contracted with one or more private tutoring companies to augment your learning center services at your institution. Specifically, for each contract:
What is the name of the company?
What types of tutoring services are provided? (online or face-to-face or other)
What kinds of courses, in the most general terms? (any course, selected courses, only courses not tutored in the university learning center, writing courses only, etc.)
Sara Hamon, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Florida State University
University Center A, Suite 3600
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2463
[Florida SouthWestern State College]
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