Last day to submit paper for review: April 18, 2014
Shawnee State University
*OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
ENGL 0095, ENGL 0096, MATH 0099 and MATH 1010
PHYS 2201, PHYS 2202 & PHYS 2212
Welcome to spring semester 2014 of eTutoring
January 21 - April 25, 2014
How To Get Started With eTutoring:
Username: You will use part of your Shawnee State University email, but just the part before the @ sign. For example, if your email is:
- email@example.com - your user name would be: shawneeb OR
- firstname.lastname@example.org - your username would be: shawneeb4
You will be asked to change it once you enter the platform.
You must 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.
Now You’re Ready to Get Started:
Click on one of the eTutoring Resources on the welcome page and you are started.
If you are submitting a paper for review, please keep in mind that the eTutors do not proofread to identify and/or correct every error in your paper. Rather, tutors identify patterns of errors or weaknesses and explain how to make improvements to your writing.
§ 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 comments within 24 to 48 hours. (You may submit three drafts per paper.)
§ Offline Questions allows you to leave a specific question for an eTutor, who will respond within 48 hours (but usually sooner).
§ Tutoring via synchronous chat with tutors in the following subjects...
- Math (from the developmental level through Calculus II )
The Weekly Tutor Schedules are available on the lower right-hand bottom of the welcome page. If you need assistance with the eTutoring platform, please click on SUPPORT on the uppermost part of your screen, or here: https://www.etutoring.org/support/.
If you are still in need of assistance, send an e-mail to email@example.com, campus Coordinator.
We hope that you find the eTutoring support to be of great value to you in your courses. Best of luck in your studies this semester!