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Spring Hill Public Library launches tutoring program for students

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Just in time for back-to-school-season, the Spring Hill Public Library has announced the launch of its new Tutor.com program, connecting students at their time of need to one of over 3,000 highly vetted expert tutors. 

With instant access to one-to-one homework help and tutoring, students can lower their anxiety and raise their confidence about their schoolwork. Over 95% of Tutor.com student users surveyed said having the service available helped them complete their homework and improve their grades.

Tutor.com provides online, on-demand academic tutoring, homework help and test preparation to K-12 students, plus early college students and adult learners. Any library patron can connect with a highly qualified, expert tutor in a safe and secure online classroom. Tutors are available in a variety of subjects and test prep areas from 3-10 p.m., and Tutor.com also offers expert writing help, test prep resources from The Princeton Review® for the ACT®/SAT®, Advanced Placement (AP®) course videos and more. Many resources are available 24/7.  

“We’re so excited that we’re able to offer this service free of charge to our patrons and help lower some of the stress and anxiety everyone is experiencing,” Spring Hill Library Children’s Librarian Marsha Gallardo said. “We hope this is a game changer for many.” 

To access the service, visit https://www.tutor.com/springhillpl/.

Partial funding for this service was provided by the Friends of the Spring Hill Public Library.

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