It is 10p.m. and that Geometry homework is not going so well. What if solving those problems was as simple as having a library card and internet access? Although it may sound too good to be true, a free online service being offered through the Omaha Public Library and Tutor.com is making homework help as easy as A-B-C.
A. Obtain a library card.
A student must be 14 or older to apply for a library card without a parent’s consent, so students in grade 8 or below will need a parent signature on the application.
B. Log on to Tutor.com.Students can connect to Tutor.com through the Omaha library website, omahapubliclibrary.org, through any Omaha public school website and even on Facebook by searching Tutor.com, Omaha.
C. Connect with a Tutor!Once a student is on the Tutor.com site, he or she can select the subject area that they need help in and a qualified tutor will walk them through the problem live on the spot!
Not only does Tutor.com offers homework assistance, but it is also a great resource for test preparation, research and even GED and citizenship test support—all for FREE! Tutors are on staff between 2 p.m. and midnight each week and are eager to make your homework turn from disaster to done, quicker than you can say A-B-C.