PROGRAM FOCUS: Rose-Human Institute of Technology offers a FREE math and science tutoring service for Indiana middle and high school students. The program reinforces math and science concepts and helps students develop better problem-solving skills.
STUDENTS SERVED: Indiana students, grades 6 – 12
HOURS OF OPERATION: 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time); Sunday – Thursday; September through May (The Homework Hotline is closed during Rose-Hulman’s holiday and quarter breaks.)
TELEPHONE NUMBER: Toll free 1-877-ASK-ROSE (1-877-275-7673)
WEB SITE: www.AskRose.org
ONLINE RESOURCES: Students and educators may access resource materials, find educational tools and submit questions via the Homework Hotline Web site – www.AskRose.org
PROGRAM FEES: None. The Homework Hotlines is a free community service. Students and parents may call at no charge.
WHO’S ON THE OTHER END: Tutors are college students from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Tutors, recommended by Rose-Hulman faculty, are selected for their technical knowledge and ability to communicate clearly. Tutors have access to current math and science textbooks, computers, and the Internet.
NUMBER OF TUTORS: More than 30 tutors are available to answer calls each night.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Susan L. Smith, Director office (812) 877-8319; email office@AskRose.org
E-Tutor Free Live Homework Help
ABOUT E-TUTOR-LIVE HOMEWORK HELP
Students from 4th through 12th grades now may receive free homework assistance from expert tutors in Math, Science, Social Studies and English during live, individualized tutoring sessions.
Students and tutors can review specific homework questions for up to 20-minutes using features such as controlled chat, interactive white board and shared Web browsing in the Online Classroom. Tutors are certified teachers, college professors, and graduate students from across the country. Tutoring is also offered in Spanish.
E-Tutor- Live Homework Help is available from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
To access E-Tutor you must have a computer with Internet connection, a browser such as Netscape and/or MS Explorer. You will also need a Broward County Library card. To get a library card or to access E-Tutor, Click Here to visit the library e-site (http://www.broward.org). When at the site, follow the on-line instructions.
For more information call the Broward County Library Youth Services Administration at (954) 357-7336.