The Study will be offering virtual Peer Tutoring and SI for the Summer 2020!

The Study

Peer TutoringThe Study offers drop-in peer tutoring for many 100 and 200-level math, science and business courses. Certified peer tutors are available to assist with homework, exam prep, study strategies and more — all for free.

 

Virtual Drop-In Tutoring

During the Summer 2020 semester, The Study is offering virtual drop-in tutoring Monday through Thursday from 4-8 p.m

 

What does online tutoring look like?

Similar to our in-person tutoring, you can expect to work in a small group with your tutor and other students enrolled in the same course. Feel free to pop in to tutoring to ask a single question, or stay awhile and work through a few homework problems. Virtual drop-in tutoring also provides a great chance to review for an upcoming quiz or exam.

 

What is GoBoard?

All virtual tutoring sessions will be conducted via GoBoard, an interactive platform that combines video conferencing with an interactive canvas, making it perfect for collaboration with your tutor. With GoBoard you can:

  • See and hear the group, or use text chat to communicate 
  • Share the graphing calculator, molecular bonds creator, reference library and other tools
  • Upload work to a shared canvas, simply by snapping a photo and texting it in
  • Receive a PDF copy of your interactive canvas notes once your tutoring session is complete

 

What do I need to know before I begin?

  • Make sure you are using a Google Chrome browser to access GoBoard
  • Allow GoBoard to access your webcam and microphone for best results

  • GoBoard groups are limited to four students at a time. If your subject is full, add your name to the waitlist by clicking here to access the Tutoring Support Room

What is the schedule for Summer 2020 course tutoring?

To access the subject-specific schedule and log in for tutoring, click here.


 Common Hour Reviews

#StudySmarter for your common hour exams with the assistance of our peer tutors! We've worked with faculty to create comprehensive review sessions with questions similar to what you'll see on your exam. Common Hour Reviews will resume during the fall semester.