Our tutors and Learning Center staff are also available online to help you.
NetTutor is an online tutoring platform that is available to all MJC students as a supplementary tutoring service for students who cannot utilize MJC's math and English tutoring services during the days and hours in which MJC tutoring is available.
You'll find NetTutor in the course navigation menu of your Canvas courses. (Note: If you don't see it in one course, check another one or ask your teacher).
If you use NetTutor for English Literature, Writing, or Math, the hours for accessing NetTutor have changed. NetTutor is now available as after-hours support for these three subjects. Please see below for NetTutor accessible hours.
To view previous sessions and pick up papers from the locker, please make sure to access NetTutor within these hours:
NetTutor Hours for English Literature and Writing
|Monday-Thursday||7:00 pm - 8:00 am|
|Friday||4:00 pm - 10:00 am|
NetTutor Hours for Math
|Monday-Friday||7:00 pm - 9:00 am|
For other subjects, NetTutor is available 24/7.
The subjects include Accounting, Administration of Justice, Anatomy and Physiology, Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Child Development, Communications and Speech, Computer Science and IT, Economics, English Literature, Finance, French, FYE & College Student Success, Geology, German, History, Italian, Logic, Math (Algebra, Basic Math, Pre-Calculus and above, Statistics, Probability, and Math in Spanish), Music, Nursing and Health, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, and Writing.
|All of these resources are free for MJC students, faculty, and staff.|
Although the MJC Library would like to offer open access to all of our research resources, license agreements with the publishers of our databases and eBooks require that only MJC students, faculty, and staff be given off-campus access to these resources. If you have a valid MJC identification number, you can access our rich collection of research resources even when you are not on campus.
It's easy to connect from off campus. Simply login just like you do for your MJC email and Canvas courses.
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