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Academic Expert (Contract)

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About Study.com

Are you passionate about helping students? Study.com Academic Experts answer student questions to help them learn.

About Our Academic Expert Contractors:

We’re looking for passionate subject matter experts to provide clear and concise answers to real student questions.

As an Academic Expert, you'll be:

  • choosing from a large pool of  questions
  • writing thorough, step-by-step explanations
  • making revisions with our collaborative team of reviewers

Our ideal Academic Expert is knowledgeable, practical, and responsive.

  • Are you proficient in English reading and writing?
  • Do you have expertise in Science, English, History, Social Science, Psychology, or Humanities?

In exchange for your services, we provide:

  • Payment: Timely, reliable payments twice a month
  • Flexibility: The ability to work a flexible schedule from home
  • Support: Access to a supportive in-house team to answer your questions and help you

Do you think you can be an Academic Expert for Study.com? Click “Apply Now” to fill out an application and submit your resume!

 

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When answering student questions, it is important to provide some context about the question. Suppose you are answering a student question about APA formatting, and you want to briefly explain the concept of a bibliography.

Using 20-30 words, provide an original definition of a bibliography.*
Write one paragraph to answer one of the following questions. Explain the topic as though you are teaching someone who has only a 10th grade understanding of the topic.

Psychology: Consider a child who is learning to cut with a pair of scissors. Compare and contrast how Piaget and Vygotsky might describe how the child would learn that skill.

Science: Animal cells explode when they fill with too much water, but plant cells do not. Explain why.

Literature: Choose a line from "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost and discuss the imagery that he uses.

History: Why did some Americans applaud the Industrial Revolution and others condemn it?*