AskOnline Launches Web-Based Advisement Service
Education technology developer AskOnline has launched a new service designed to help boost student retention. The service, AskOnline Online Advisor, provides online advisement services for schools serving both traditional and distance education students.
AskOnline is the developer of the tutoring service of the same name, which provides a Web-based platform that connects school tutors with students using a browser interface, allowing students to seek help at any time and from any location.
The new AskOnline Online Advisor can be used in conjunction with the tutoring platform or as a standalone advisement tool, offering synchronous and asynchronous communications between advisor and student, as well as scheduling, reporting, and management tools.
Multiple licensing options are available. Further information about AskOnline Online Advisor can be found here.
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