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Good Morning Mary,

I have used Tutor Lingo as part of my tutor trainings for the last couple years and I think it is a great tool.  Not only do I feel that they nail most topics very well, the student tutors respond extremely well to the Tutor Lingo workshops.  When I asked the tutors if they liked me using Tutor Lingo in the trainings or if they wanted me to try to find something better, they all very honestly and enthusiastically said that they would prefer continuing to utilize Tutor Lingo and that they actually enjoyed most of the workshops.  I hope that this helps.

Daniel Bates
UCC Tutoring Specialist
(541) 440-7857
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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Mary Tigner-Rasanen
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2016 9:01 AM
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Subject: Tutor Lingo

Hi - Do any of you have experience with Tutor Lingo as a program for training tutors who will be working with medical students?

I appreciate any feedback.

Thank you.

Mary Tigner-Rasanen
Tulane University School of Medicine

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