Delivery times are usually shorter than the maximum times indicated. How long does it take for an in-network tutor to respond to you? When are tutors available? NetTutor offers live tutoring and asynchronous tutoring. The schedule for live tutors varies by topic; that schedule is published on NetTutor. Asynchronous mentoring provides one-day feedback to questions and two-day (or less) comments for articles.
Students can upload papers for review by a tutor and receive feedback within 24 hours. Once complete, you can download your article to review the modifications. NetTutor tutors have a bachelor's degree, a master's degree or a doctorate degree and have completed training. When your student requests a session, NetTutor tutors see what the course is and whoever is the expert tutor in that area will teach the student.
Once the question is received, an email will be sent to the student's UMKC account and they can log back in to NetTutor to view the answer. Contact the Harvey Knowledge Center and the CHBS Writing Center for help or if you have questions about the NetTutor online resource. Students can access NetTutor from the left navigation in Blackboard or from the NetTutor website. Students can also go online to the NetTutor link and enter a live board to ask the teacher for any explanation of grades in their work or questions related to writing in English.
Tutors are employees of NetTutor (Link-Systems International) and are not affiliated with the Tutoring Center. If the NetTutor link does not work, first contact your instructor to see if the link is not yet available. RadFordU uses NetTutor, an online tutoring system where students can submit papers for review and review within 24 to 48 hours. They can point out two main objectives and any additional information in the NetTutor paper submission form that informs and guides the tutor to a more appropriate and personalized response.
NetTutor is a service available to all UMKC students and provides online tutoring help for more than 25 subjects. Simply locate the FSC course number on the left and it will show you the corresponding subject group in NetTutor. More information will be released soon, including the availability of NetTutor for the summer and fall semesters.