You can now submit a paper, science lab report, science question or math question directly to the CAS! Please click the buttons below to submit a question to the CAS staff.
What can you expect from a CAS online tutoring session?
- Tutors will spend up to 30 minutes reviewing and providing feedback to your question or paper. Please keep this time limit in mind when choosing areas for the tutor to focus on in papers and lab reports.
- Tutors do not proofread/edit your paper or lab report or provide answers to a question. Instead, tutors highlight the first instance of an area of concern and suggest improvements and/or provide examples for you to follow.
- It is the student’s responsibility to know the details of a particular instructor’s expectations. At times the tutor may refer you back to your instructor to get additional feedback for certain elements of a paper, lab report or question.
- While we do our best to find alternative explanations in the online setting, we know our best service is when we have the opportunity to work face to face with students in the CAS. Please give yourself extra time when using CAS online services.
An online tutoring service? Now that’s smart thinking!
Smarthinking gives students online tutoring that’s simple, fast, and always available. Students connect to live educators from any computer that has Internet access, with no special software installation or equipment required.
Note: SCTCC supplies access to Smarthinking writing tutors between the hours of 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. Monday-Friday and over the weekend. Please use the SCTCC writing tutoring service (above) during daytime hours Monday-Friday. Tutoring for other subjects is available during Smarthinking’s regular hours of service.
SCTCC students can use up to 15 hours of tutoring through Smarthinking for free and can access Smarthinking directly through BrightSpace (D2L). For more information, please watch the video below.
Virtual tutoring with a CAS tutor takes place through a live, real-time session using an online communication technology. This technology has the ability to share documents both the student and the tutor can see and interact with. Technology requirements include a reliable internet connection and a sound-enabled computer with a microphone.
To set up a virtual tutoring session, send an email to one of the following: