Hollywood, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/11/2016 -- The education dynamic is drastically changing and so is the way students obtain information and help outside of the classroom. In the past 10 years, we've witnessed an unprecedented move to distance learning brought on by online educators, such as Devry and University of Phoenix, as well as brick-and-mortar colleges moving towards distance models, such as Penn State World Campus and University of Chicago. To meet the changing education environment, extracurricular learning and competitiveness has also caused an increase need for online tutoring.
There are numerous platforms that offer online tutoring, but very few have truly embraced the new, innovative mentality that the digital age has hailed in. Collegly.com is an internet-first tutoring community, that connects students-in-need with tutors that can help. Students can post particular questions they need help on or search through papers to use as tutorials. Tutors bid on questions and students bid on papers – balancing the cost for the needs of the students and the quality of the tutor. This approach truly makes it a win-win for both parties involved.
"Collegly is about helping students in college with all sorts of work, the goal being to be a one-stop-shop for all of your college needs," A Collegly spokesperson said, "Papers and tutoring is just the beginning."
The goal of Collegly is to help students throughout an entire course with complimentary assistance along the way. To reduce student concerns about quality, a rigorous system is in place to grade tutors on their performance, just as a student will be in class. If that is not enough, the students will also receive free introductory papers for the beginning of select courses.
Collegly.com has long been serving the educational community for college assistance. With thousands of college tutorials, Collegly.com has assistance for nearly every major, course and class. If the tutorial isn't already readily available, post your question and allow the answer to come to you!