Sixteen Tutor.com Clients Recognized in
Library Journal’s Movers & Shakers 2007 Issue
NEW YORK, NY – March 15, 2007– Sixteen of the fifty library professionals profiled in the sixth annual Movers & Shakers 2007 supplement from Library Journal work for a Tutor.com client library, announced Tutor.com, the world leader in live, on demand homework help, tutoring and reference solutions. These individuals were nominated by their peers and chosen by Library Journal because they are innovative, creative and making a difference in the library field.
"Tutor.com is thrilled to congratulate all fifty of the professionals honored with this recognition and especially the sixteen librarians who offer Tutor.com’s Live Homework Help™and Ask A Librarian™services at their libraries," said George Cigale, founder and CEO of Tutor.com. "It’s exciting to work with libraries that are committed to finding new and innovative ways to best serve their diverse communities."
Tutor.com offers special congratulations to our clients: Gene Ambaum, King County Library System; Susan Benz, Brooklyn Public Library; Helene Blowers, Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County; Richard Bray, Alameda County Library; Michael Casey, Gwinnett County Public Library; Kelly Czarnecki, Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County; Janyne Damron, Farmington Community Library; Loida Garcia-Febo, Queensborough Public Library; Janie Hermann, Princeton Public Library; Gina J. Millssap, Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library; Sharon Morris, Broward County Division of Libraries; Nadia Nasr, Enoch Pratt Public Library; Carolyn Neal, Cleveland Public Library; Larry Neal, Clinton-Macomb Public Library; Katherine O’Clair, Arizona State University; Patty Wong, Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library.
Tutor.com is the leading provider of on demand homework help, tutoring and reference solutions for libraries, educational institutions and individuals. Tutor.com’s flagship service, Live Homework Help, is offered at over 1,600 library sites across the United States and Canada. Using innovative technology, Tutor.com’s suite of services allows users to get one-to-one help online from expert tutors and professional librarians. These highly personalized services are supported with superior training, communications, tracking and reporting features, and 24/7 customer service. To learn more about Tutor.com’s services and for a complete client list please go to Tutor.com.