Service Available to all Ferguson Library Card Holders
The Ferguson Libraryâ€™s live online homework help service has expanded, offering tutoring for Stamford students as young as kindergarten up to adult learners. The free service, available through the Libraryâ€™s website, www.fergusonlibary.org, originally offered live homework help for students in grades 4 â€“ 12. Now even the youngest learners can get free help online.
Whatever their grade level, students can log onto the Libraryâ€™s website for online sessions with an experienced tutor from Tutor.com between 3 â€“ 10 p.m. seven days a week. Students can pick from one of 12 subjects, depending on grade level. There is no time limit to tutoring sessions, and students can log on as many times as they wish. Tutor.com has a network of over 2,000 certified, professional tutors. The service is available from computers inside the Library or from outside computers with a Ferguson Library card. Look for the link that says â€˜Online Tutorâ€™ on the homepage of our website.
The Ferguson Library is Stamfordâ€™s public library system, consisting of the Main Library downtown, the Harry Bennett Branch, the Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch, the South End Branch and a traveling Bookmobile. It provides free and equal access to print, audiovisual and evolving electronic resources. Its website, www.fergusonlibrary.org, offers remote access to information and resources 24 hours a day.