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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