26 February 2021

Eurobodalla students can now access free online help with homework

| Sharon Kelley
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Student Ruby Southan at computer in library.

Ruby Southan testing out online library program Studiosity. Photo: Supplied.

Students will be able to access online help with their homework through a program called Studiosity, which is set to be made available through Eurobodalla’s libraries.

The program is an online tutoring service and will be free for students in the shire from year five through to university level. It was paid for with bushfire recovery funding awarded to Eurobodalla Libraries.

The Studiosity program offers feedback on written drafts and a live chat connection for immediate help with trained academics.

Eurobodalla Libraries coordinator Samantha Fenton said Studiosity could help local students whenever and wherever they need it: after school, on weekends, and during the holidays.

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“Eurobodalla Libraries is really excited to be able to offer Studiosity to our local students free of charge,” she said.

“Last year was so chaotic for our kids. This is one way we’re able to support them in 2021 to ensure they get the best start.

“We’re confident students who try Studiosity will love it – and parents will love it even more.”

Students must be a member of Eurobodalla Libraries to use the service. Access is through an online portal, and students will need a library member number and password.

For more information or to sign up, visit the Eurobodalla Shire library service website.

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