Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) December 19, 2007
Tutorialchannel.com, an online service provided by Multimedia Tutorial Services, Inc, announced that it is now providing its students with headsets at no extra charge. Headsets enable live online tutoring and live chat without the need for a physical phone line. According to Barry Reichman, CEO of Multimedia, this advancement represents the next level in online tutoring which provides maximum flexibility and convenience for the student.
The beauty of this service is that, in contrast to traditional tutoring and group learning centers, the student enjoys full control of the learning environment. He or she can choose the convenient time of day or evening along with the convenient location. No phone is required.
Tutorialchannel.com employs a proprietary white board technology which is user friendly and enables students to log in with their tutor in less than one minute. Tutors are able to communicate visually by writing equations or diagrams on their screen. These images show up instantaneously on the student's screen. Students participate in a two way exchange both orally and visually.
Students using tutorialchannel.com's online services have been thrilled with the ease and flexibility of the service as well as the ability to schedule lessons at their convenience and get help when they need it most.
Multimedia Tutorial Services, Inc. has key strengths in educational product marketing and development. To date, the company's Math Made Easy(TM) tutorial program has been purchased by over 300,000 families, representing in excess of $30 million in sales since inception. In addition, several thousand schools and colleges throughout the country have acquired Multimedia Tutorial Services products for their libraries and classrooms. Products from Multimedia Tutorial Services, Inc. are widely recognized among the nation's foremost home tutorial programs. Since 1995 Multimedia Tutorial Services, Inc. has invested more than $10 million in national advertising to create significant brand equity in the Math Made Easy(TM) name. The tutorial series has been featured on CNN, Bloomberg, ABC News.