eTutoring has ended for the summer. Check back on September 29th for the fall schedule. We will begin offering eTutoring the 2nd week of classes.
Take me to the eTutoring login. This link will take you directly to the Odin login screen then directly to eTutoring eChat OR directly to eChat if you are already logged in to Odin. You may also enter through D2L if your professor has added it to the course shell.
We hope you will find what you need to accommodate your schedule. This schedule is subject to change.
|EC 201-202 /
|MTH 70-254, 256, 261|
|MTH 70-252, 256, 261|
|SPAN (all levels)|
|FR (101-203, 325)|
|GER (all levels)|
What is eTutoring? eTutoring allows all PSU students registered in one or more credits to receive web-based online tutoring from any computer in the following subject areas.
How do I log into eTutoring?
USE THIS LINK TO LOGIN TO eTUTORING. If you are already logged into Odin through your PSU email, D2L or other authenticated site, you should not have to login again. If not, you will be asked to enter your Odin credentials.
If the link above does not work, please follow these instructions. Please ONLY do this if the link above is NOT working for you:
- Go to the PSU eTutoring homepage.
- Click on the red "Login now!" located on the right side of your page
- Select Portland State University from the list of schools
- Click the large blue "Student Login" at the top/center of your screen (if you click on the login to the left, eTutoring will not work)!
- Enter your Odin username and password
- Begin your session by selecting "eChat"
How does eTutoring work? For a live eTutoring session check the schedule above to find out when a tutor is available for your subject/course. Once you have logged in, you will be able to chat, or communicate by camera and/or mic as well as share screens with the tutor. If no tutor is currently available/scheduled, you may submit a question to a tutor who will respond later by e-mail. Simply select "eQuestions", submit your question and a reply will come to your e-mail within 24 to 48 business hours.
Why isn’t my login working? Who can I contact? If you are unable to login to eTutoring, check to make sure you are selecting the correct login area—the large, blue login box at the top of the eTutoring web page—and using your PSU odin username and password. You must be enrolled in one or more credits at PSU. If you are currently enrolled and are still having problems, contact OIT for assistance with your Odin Account at 503.725.4357
I am not currently enrolled as a PSU student, can I still use eTutoring? eTutoring is only available for PSU students enrolled in classes for credit. The Multnomah County Library offers free onlineTutoring through tutor.com for all library card holders. Tutoring is available through the Multnomah County Library Website (https://multcolib.org/resource/live-homework-help-tutorcom) daily from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. For more information contact 503.988.5234
What if I'm having technical trouble with eTutoring.org? eTutoring.org has their own technical support team. They can be accessed through the support links at the bottom of each page of the eTutoring site. We recommend using Safari or Mozilla Firefox web browsers. Internet Explorer (IE) may be problematic. eTutoring.org will function better if popups are allowed during your session(s).
Who are the tutors? What are their qualifications? All eTutors are PSU students hired by the Learning Center. Tutors receive training in one-on-oneTutoring as well as eTutoring. Learning Center tutors are highly recommended by faculty to tutor in their subject(s) must maintain a high GPA. All tutors work towards level-two certification through the College Reading and Learning Association CRLA certification program.
I'm a faculty member. How do I add the eTutoring widget to my course information in D2L? Log in to D2L and follow these instructions on How to Add an eTutoring Widget.
Additional questions or for more information may be obtained by contacting Liane O'Banion, Executive Coordinator of eTutoring>.
Online tutoring is made possible through a collaboration with the Office of Academic Innovation.