eTutoring will be unavailable on Wednesday July 4th
Summer eTutoring Dates - May 29th - August 10th
How to Log into eTutoring
To log in to eTutoring, use your myAlbertus ID as your user name with student as your password.
Be sure to indicate that you are a "student" and then click "sign in."
If you would like to change your password, you may do so after your initial login.
Read and accept the eTutoring Terms and Conditions by checking the "I agree to all terms and conditions" box at the bottom of the page.
Click on one of the eTutoring Resources listed on the welcome page. You are now ready to use the resource you have selected.
Online Writing Lab allows you to submit a draft of your paper to a tutor, ask for specific feedback, and receive your work back with a tutor's response within 24-48 hours. (Note: you should allow plenty of time before you assignment is due. While eTutors usually review submissions within a 24-48 timeframe, the wait might be longer during peak periods.)
Live Tutoring via eChat allows you to meet with a tutor in one-on-one tutoring sessions via a fully interactive, virtual online environment.
Offline Questions allows you to leave a specific question for an eTutor, who will respond within 48 hours.
Subjects Covered are numerous and include: math (developmental thru pre-calculus, research methods and information literacy, statistics, accounting, and writing in all subjects.
If you choose eChat, you will see that the different color tutor icons will indicate which tutors are currently online. Just click on the icon you wish to "chat" with. Note that you must allow pop-ups in the Breeze chat window.
If a tutor is not available for eChat, you can leave a message through the "Offline Questions" section.
The Weekly tutor Schedules are available on the lower right-hand side of the welcome page.
If you have difficulty logging in, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the ITS Help Desk at 203-773-0205.
For non-technical questions or general information related to eTutoring resources available at Albertus Magnus College, you may contact the Coordinator of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE), Dr. Hilda Speicher at: email@example.com.
If you have technical difficulties with any aspect of eTutoring other than login, please contact CTDLC Support at http://esupport.ctdlc.org.
We hope you enjoy your eTutoring experience, and we wish you much success in all your studies at Albertus Magnus College.