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The tutoring team will do our best to address any concerns or glitches as they happen. We will also be making adjustments to the way tutoring operates based on your feedback. ACE has also created this sheet of study tips for online learning to help you with these courses.
For questions about the library's services during this time or to let us know about any issues, please reach out to email@example.com.
Learning District Late-Night STEM Tutoring
Hours: Sunday - Wednesday, 8pm to midnight.
Please note: tutors will only be available during our posted active hours and, for privacy and security reasons, you will be asked to log in with your my.fsu credentials before you can reach the direct Zoom link.
the FSU Libraries' Tutoring Services are supported by the generosity of the Edward C. Fogg, III and Lisbeth A. Fogg Charitable Trust.
Other Campus Services
For a comprehensive overview of all academic support services on campus, visit tutoring.fsu.edu.
For up to date information on how each of the other main tutoring programs on campus are handling the transition to online learning, please click on the links below:
- Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)
- Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE)
- Reading & Writing Center
- Williams Digital Studio
Questions About Tutoring? Start Here!
This How to Access Online Tutoring with Zoom video will walk you through downloading and signing into Zoom, finding the link to the active tutoring session, and what happens when you log in for the first time. We use the Breakout Room feature of Zoom for our tutoring sessions. The host in the main room is there to greet you and make sure you are paired with the tutor who can best help you.
We also have an asynchronous option for help! To submit a question for our tutors to answer, use the Submit a Question form. Questions submitted Sunday through Thursday will usually be answered in less than 24 hours.
If you encounter a problem or have a question about the service in general, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 2020 Policy update for online tutoring: Per the university's recommendations and our own academic standards, tutors will ask students to verify the source of the problem they are assisting with or question they are answering. Tutors will not assist with the completion of graded assignments. If further verification or clarification is needed, a tutor may ask students to briefly share their screens to show what they are working on or to hold up the appropriate page of the textbook they pulled the problem from.
Last updated: 1/19/2022