Tutor.com Service Available through Flower Mound Library

Tutor.com Service Available through Flower Mound Library

Live online tutoring and career assistance is now available to the patrons of the Flower Mound Public Library through Tutor.com. Tutor.com gives Flower Mound Public Library cardholders access to live, online tutoring and resume help, as well as thousands of academic and career resources. Students ranging from kindergarten to college, can get help with homework, studying tips, projects, essay writing, and test prep in every subject. Adults have access to job search resources, GED preparation and academic support.

All sessions are live online with professional academic or career tutors. Patrons can work with an online tutor from 3 to 10 p.m. seven days a week, by simply going to www.tutor.com/fmpl and entering their Library card number. Another way to access the service, simply visit the Library’s website, www.fmlibrary.net, and click on the Tutor.com icon on the right side of the page. The link is also available under Research Tools / Homework help on the Library website. Patrons can connect to Tutor.com from any computer or mobile device (smartphones and tablets) with Internet access. To access any of the resources other than live tutoring, patrons must create an account on the Tutor.com website. The live tutoring service does not require creating an account, but is recommended as this allows users of the service to rate and request specific tutors.

For more information, contact the Library’s Information Desk at 972.874.6167.


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