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Online Tutoring

Student Instructions 

The BCC will offer the following tutoring options for documents and presentations during the suspension of in-person classes: 

  • B&E BCC Online: Email-based Tutoring 
  • B&E BCC Online: Videoconference Tutoring (real-time) 
  • B&E BCC Online: Videoconference Adobe tutoring 

To sign up, please access portal.wvu.edu and then click on Navigate in the Resources block. Follow the directions below to participate in your tutoring session. 

Email-based Tutoring 

  1. At the top of your draft, include your name, student ID number, professor’s name, and the class
  2. Please use Microsoft Word or PowerPoint when sending drafts. Email your draft to your tutor before your scheduled appointment time. If you have any assignment guidelines or a rubric, please attach those as well.

    Tutor’s Name 

    Tutor’s Email Address 

    Allison McCardle 

    Amm0076@mix.wvu.edu 

    Ashley Berryhill 

    Anb0037@mix.wvu.edu 

    Camaryn Clark 

    Ctc0014@mix.wvu.edu 

    Kaitlin Kerr 

    Kak0024@mix.wvu.edu 

    Patrick Klaas 

    Pk0013@mix.wvu.edu 

    Riley Clay 

    Rec0003@mix.wvu.edu 

    Taylor Keiffer 

    tjkeiffer@mix.wvu.edu 

    Taylor Simon 

    Ts0019@mix.wvu.edu 

    Tyler Myatt 

    Tam0005@mix.wvu.edu 

  3. The tutor will review your draft during the appointment time using Word or PowerPoint’s “Review” tab and “Comments.” 
  4. At the end of your scheduled appointment time, the tutor will return your draft to you and copy your professor (as evidence that you completed the tutoring). 
  5. To see the comments from your tutor, open the document in Word or the presentation in PowerPoint.   
    1. Click on the “Review” tab. 
    2. In Word, within the “Tracking” box, use the pull-down to select “All Markup.” You should then be able to read each comment made. 


Videoconference Tutoring and Adobe Tutoring 

  1. At your appointment time, open Google Chrome (do not use another browser). 
  2. Disable any popup blockers you are running.
  3. Copy-paste your tutor’s room link into the address bar.

    Tutor’s Name 

    Tutor’s Collaborate Room 

    Allison McCardle 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/46f5eca4fc0f456dbb262af3653eec36 

    Ashley Berryhill 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/e371b5371d3e4f5a83b03edde499beea 

    Camaryn Clark 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/b4c01e55682e44029bc95dce714186ed 

    Kaitlin Kerr 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/087e82d2b7614aadb9b73ea795eea1ea 

    Patrick Klaas 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/8aa1c5c0838847a082ed0a2a90635af6 

    Riley Clay 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/b5cbfc0495ec497a9a75dfc2345ab292 

    Taylor Keiffer 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/39b7d4e69dba444187270c86622cfab1 

    Taylor Simon 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/eaed52051cd64418b0699a24e1dd73dc 

    Tyler Myatt 

    https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/dbaeb34978de45b6b08950df37a5b9ab 

  4. Enter your name and student ID number to join the session. (Ex. John Smith 800100550) 
  5. You will see several permissions pop-ups for “Use your microphone” and “Use your camera.” Select “Allow” for each of these. 
  6. To share your screen with your tutor: 
    1. Select the purple icon at the bottom right of the screen to access application sharing. 
    2. Select the “Share Content” icon. 
    3. Select “Share Application/Screen.” 
    4. Select “Your Entire screen.” 
    5. Show your document or presentation. 
  7. At the end of your session, your tutor will email your professor to verify that you participated in a session.