If you’re looking for free online tutoring for yourself or your children, the Orem Library has great digital resources that can help. In this post, we’re highlighting Tutor.com. Tutor.com is an online service that provides tutoring, skill building, and more to all Orem Library cardholders. And the best part is that it’s free!

What is Tutor.com?

Tutor.com is an online service that provides tutoring, skill building, test preparation and job placement services. If you have an Orem Library card, you have access to live tutors, by chat, 12 hours a day. Tutor.com also offers many videos, worksheets, webinars and instructional materials within the site that can be accessed 24/7.

Tutor.com, believes every student deserves a personal tutor, and they are dedicated to helping learners. They partner with colleges and universities, K–12 schools and districts, public and state libraries, employee benefits programs, and the U.S. military to provide 24/7, on-demand, 1-to-1 tutoring and homework help in more than 250 subjects. Tutor.com rigorously vets tutors to ensure highly effective, customized, and engaging instruction and support. They are also committed to accessibility and follow all ADA guidelines for accessibility and are ADA- and Section 508–compliant.

How do I access Tutor.com?

Tutor.com is accessed through the Orem Public Library Digital Library page. You will need to create an account that you will use to utilize all the site’s features. It is possible to view the site and some of the resources but without creating an account you can not submit work, connect with a tutor or save materials. There is an app available for both Android and Apple products.

What services does Tutor.com offer?

After you’ve created an account, you can get live assistance from a tutor (chat or chat and voice), view academic support videos, use the tools in the skills library including worksheets and study aids for a variety of grade levels, view webinars, drop off assignments for review, use test preparation materials and get career help. Go to Tutor.com and try out this great resource for yourself!

Written by Julie H. (Cataloging & Digital Services)