Northeast eTutoring Consortium

eTutoring provides tutoring support for the subjects listed below during the Spring 2021 semester February 1st - May 21st. 

  • Accounting
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Math all levels (Algegra, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Statistics)
  • Nursing
  • Writing – across all subjects - Writing tutoring is synchronous and asynchronous (submit your paper and receive feedback with embedded comments)

To learn how to create an eTutoring account, click Here



eTutoring 
is an online tutoring platform which allows tutors to work with students synchronously and asynchronously, answering questions in real time, or replying to questions and essay submissions that students have left for review and commentary. 

eTutoring Features:

Inside the eTutoring platform, students and tutors work together using these tools:

  • eQuestions: Online question submission with archive of previously posted questions and answers.

  • Writing Lab: Online writing lab with an archive of previously submitted papers and revisions.

  • Live Tutoring: Live web conferencing that allows tutors and students to work together using chat, whiteboard, file and screen sharing applications, audio and video tools.

  • Resources: Vast collection of tips, techniques and additional links to help students improve on various aspects of their education.


**MCC students access eTutoring here.**
Click HERE to learn how to create an eTutoring account
Click HERE to see instruction on how to access our eTutoring



Is your institution interested in joining the Northeast eTutoring Consortium?
To participate, your institution needs to allocate a percentage of tutor time to the collaborative based on your students' usage. Once a member, your students will have immediate access to online tutoring across several subject areas, including our Online Writing Lab. Learn more about the Northeast eTutoring Consortium here, and contact Noreen McGinness Olson at mcginnessn@middlesex.mass.edu for more information.
Last Modified: 2/12/21