UT Arlington is pleased to announce eTutoring, a free online tutoring service. eTutoringonline.org provides both real-time and submission based tutoring in many subjects. There is a writing lab, live chat, and offline question submission available.
When using eTutoring, please be mindful of the information you share. Do not share personally identifying information, or any other information you do not want your tutor to have access to, including for example, your student ID number, driver's license number, or social security number, etc.
eTutoring is available for the following subjects:
- American Sign Language
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Computer Science (Java & C++ only)
- Intro to Psychology
- Math (Developmental through Trigonometry)
- Microsoft Office
- Web Development (xHTML, CSS, and Adobe Dreamweaver)
- Writing (Real-time and Asynchronous)
HOW DO YOU ACCESS THIS SERVICE?
You can access this service by visiting UT Arlington's eTutoring site.
Username: Please use your UTA email address
Initial Password: When you log in for the first time, please sign in with the password tutor123 during your initial login.
You will be prompted to change your password and verify account information before starting your first session.
If you are not able to access the site, please request access to eTutoring by submitting a request form to receive login access to the site. Requests are generally processed within 48 hours. If you are having difficulty logging in, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW DOES ONLINE TUTORING WORK?
The eTutoring website can be accessed anytime day or night, but eTutors are available for live assistance from early morning to late evening seven days a week. If a tutor is not "live" and available to chat when you have a question, you can submit a question via a drop-box. A tutor will respond to your question typically within 24 hours. View a schedule of when tutors are available for live chat (note that times are listed in PST).
For more details on this program and other academic support resources, contact University Tutorial and Supplemental Instruction at 817-272-2617 or drop by our office at 205 Ransom Hall.