Your Mentor in Cyberspace Is Standing By Now


A NYTimes Story on the Dozens of Web sites that link students to tutors who can help with the complicated and the mundane via e-mail, chat rooms or bulletin boards.
No mention of libraries in this one, unfortunatly.

"Parents might not remember the math and the calculus. They just don't know how to help," said Terry Crane, a vice president of AOL who oversees its educational programs. "But they know how to take their children online."

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