Students, teachers can find subject experts with Google's "help"

09/9/2013 | eSchool News (free registration)

Google has launched a service called "Helpouts," designed to connect students with tutors online or link subject matter experts to educators and others who have questions. The service, available via mobile devices, is being touted as a quick way for students to get academic help and for school leaders to ask questions or be matched with resources. Providers may offer free services or charge a fee via Google Wallet.

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