Tutor.com

Tutor.com


It's the start of the school year, and that means it's time to get your brain tuned into studying! Don't don't worry, the library is here to help and we have several resources just for students like yourself!


Today, I want to highlight Tutor.com.

Have you ever been up at night, stumped on a homework question? Or not know where to start on a paper? What I told you you could type back and forth with professional tutors, with no commitment? Just tell them your problem and they will help you out! That's Tutor.com.

Be it math, history, English, SAT or ACT prep, you'll find help at Tutor.com. In addition to online sessions with tutors (which are record and can be revisited at a later date), you'll find practice tests, study resources, plus an essay drop off where you can have your paper reviewed. That's right, submit a document and in 24 hrs it will be reviewed and sent back to you with tips to improve it.

Check it out!

This week:

Thursday, 6:00 pm: Teen Game Night.

Protecting Children Online

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Please join Homeland Security Special Agent, Jeffrey Pryor, at Noon on Tuesday, August 23 in the RPL Community Room as he explains the dangers lurking in the cyberworld and how to protect those who need it most.  Because of the ever growing on-line threat to our children through cyber-stalking, pornography, cyberbullying and sextortion, children across the United States and around the world are victimized every day, leading to embarrassment, loss of opportunity, prosecution and too often suicide.  The U.S. Attorney’s office, through its Smart on Crime Initiative, and Homeland Security is seeking to equip parents and caregivers to prevent these tragedies.  Jeffrey Pryor specializes in cases involving crimes against children, human trafficking, international smuggling and organized crime.

Special Agent Jeffrey Pryor will be at the Rogers Public Library on Tuesday August 23 @ noon in the Friends of the Library Community Room.  Admission is free.  Bring a brown bag lunch but Coffee and Cookies will be available.  Everybody is welcome.

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