Online Tutoring

ThinkingStorm- Online Tutoring Solutions

Interactive Help, Delivered On-Demand

Students work one-on-one with expert online tutors. Students can get help on tricky assignments, brush up on the basics, or tackle advanced concepts.
•    Available 7 days a week, from 10 am- 4 am
•    Intuitive online classrooms
•    User-friendly visual tools
•    Live chat
•    Interactive learning

Need help? Go to https://answers.frederick.edu and submit a question.

How can I get online writing assistance for my classes?

Your best resource is your professor. They can answer questions, suggest great learning resources like videos and websites, connect you with classmates, and guide you through your course.

In addition, students have access to free online tutoring provided by ThinkingStorm. This service provides convenient and comprehensive online support in writing for any course and is available 7 days a week, from 10 am- 4 am.


To access online tutoring for writing:

1) Log in to the FCC Blackboard page and access your course
2) Click on the Online Tutoring link to automatically log in to ThinkingStorm

3) Click the Get Started button next to Writing Center Tutoring

4) Follow the instructions to submit your paper and receive strong feedback within 24 hours


See attached documents below for screen shots and more information on online tutoring

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You can also find helpful tips and tools for writing, citing, and reading on our guides:

How can I get online math, biology, chemistry, computer science, or statistics assistance for my classes?

Your best resource is your professor. They can answer questions, suggest great learning resources like videos and websites, connect you with classmates, and guide you through your course.  

In addition, students have access to free online tutoring provided by ThinkingStorm. This service provides convenient and comprehensive online support the following courses: MATH 101/101A, MATH 145/145S, MATH 165, MATH 175, MATH 185, MATH 195, BSCI 55, BSCI 150, BSCI 160, CHEM 100, CHEM 101, CHEM 102, CMIS 101, CMIS 105, CMIS 106, and Statistics (MATH 120/120A & 127). It is available 7 days a week, from 10 am- 4 am. 


To access online tutoring for math, science, or statistics:

1) Log in to the FCC Blackboard page and access your course
2) Click on the Online Tutoring link to automatically log in to ThinkingStorm

3) Click the Go Now button next to Drop-In Tutoring

4) Follow the prompts to work with someone in real time


See attached documents below for screen shots and more information on online tutoring

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You can also find helpful tips and tools for math, science, and computer science on these resources:

How can I get assistance in my A&P, accounting and economics classes?

Your best resource is your professor. They can answer questions, suggest great learning resources like videos and websites, connect you with classmates, and guide you through your course.  

In addition, students have access to free online tutoring provided by ThinkingStorm. This service provides convenient and comprehensive online support the following classes: A&P 1, ACCT 100, ACCT 101, ACCT 102, ECON 201. It is available 7 days a week, from 10 am- 4 am. 


To access online business tutoring:

1) Log in to the FCC Blackboard page and access your course
2) Click on the Online Tutoring link to automatically log in to ThinkingStorm

3) Click the Book Now button next to Reserve an Appointment

4) Follow the prompts to set up an appointment to work with someone in real time

5) When it is your appointment time, follow the prompts under Start Online Appointment


See attached documents below for screen shots and more information on online tutoring

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Online Learning Tips

A guide of tips, techniques, and tools to make learning online easier and more successful can be found here.

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