Live Homework Help®

Live Homework Help® for students and adult learners

Online tutors are available on demand, every day from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. for one-to-one help with everything from homework to skills building and test prep. Professionally trained and experienced tutors will help students in kindergarten through 12th grades with math, science, English and social studies. Tutors will help adult learners with their GED, adult education courses, grammar help with their resume or a work-related project, and more.

How it works

The student and tutor communicate in a virtual classroom via IM (instant messenger). Live Homework Help® also uses two-way white boards, which are especially helpful for math and science problems. Through Live Homework Help®, the tutor sees the grade level, subject and student’s question and the student sees the tutor’s first name and last initial. The tutor is not allowed to share personal or identifying information. With your Black Earth, Mazomanie or Dane County library card, you may get free Live Homework Help® every day, 2 to 11 p.m.

Notice! A dialog box now opens when you click on the Smiley icon that says you can create a free account. Beginning December 15, 2012 please use your valid library card number to create a free personal account.

NEW! Mobile tutoring now available for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad!

Wisconsin Heights School District's Live Homework Help® is funded by the Wisconsin Heights Education Foundation, the Jim Erickson Foundation, the Friends of the Black Earth Public Library and the Friends of the Mazomanie Public Library. Click on the smiley logo to get started.

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Last updated April 9, 2014