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Hi Tina.
We don't have a handbook, but I recently developed a Tutoring Contract
if that would help. I have attached it to this message, but it may not
go through to the whole list-serve. I've sent it to your personal e-mail
address as well, just in case. Anyway, the contract is still sort of a
work-in-progress, but if you find it useful you can use anything that is
helpful verbatim. I have tutees read it carefully (or so I hope!), sign
and date it, the tutor signs and dates it, and then the tutee turns it
in to me after his or her first meeting with a tutor.
Cheers!
Chrisa

Chrisa Hotchkiss
Director of Learning Services
The Teaching and Learning Center
Bertrand Hall, room 110
Dominican University of California
50 Acacia Ave.
San Rafael, CA  94901

415-257-0153 (phone)
415-257-0177 (fax)


-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Tina Sayler
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 1:19 PM
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Subject: Tutor Employee Handbook

Has anyone developed a Tutor Employee Handbook that outlines job 
responsibilites and professional guidelines for tutoring staff? We are
in 
the process of developing such a resource for tutors. 

I am relatively new to my position as a Learning Skills Coordinator and
any 
guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks!
Tina
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