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Adjective
/t(y)o͞oˈtôrēəl/,
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Of or relating to a tutor or a tutor's instruction,
  1. Of or relating to a tutor or a tutor's instruction
    • - tutorial sessions
Noun
  1. A period of instruction given by a university or college tutor to an individual or very small group

  2. An account or explanation of a subject, printed or on a computer screen, intended for private study


  1. a session of intensive tuition given by a tutor to an individual or to a small number of students
  2. of or relating to tutors or tutoring; "tutorial sessions"
  3. (tutorially) by tutorials; in a tutorial manner; "undergraduates are better taught tutorially"
  4. A tutorial is one method of transferring knowledge and may be used as a part of learning. More interactive and specific than a book or a lecture; a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to complete a certain task.
  5. A self-paced learning exercise; a lesson prepared so that a student can learn at their own speed, at their convenience; Interactive class taught by a tutor to students at university or college, individually or in small groups; Of or pertaining to a tutor; belonging to, or exercised by, a tutor
  6. (Tutorials) Provides links to the tutorials for building your first QNX applications.
  7. (Tutorials) A small class of one or only a few students, in which a member of academic staff (typically a tutor) gives focus to individuals' work.
  8. (Tutorials) How to taste wine...
  9. (Tutorials) In Oxford these tend to be one-on-one meetings with a tutor, they can also be called supervisions.
  10. (Tutorials) Thursdays, from September 21 to December 7, as follows:
  11. (Tutorials) very small group (often one-to-one) meetings to discuss individual work, such as an essay, becoming quite rare due to pressure of numbers, but a major feature of the system at Oxbridge, where they are sometimes called “supervisions.”
  12. Presentation Program which guides the user in the learning and the handling of a material or a software.
  13. PE includes an extensive Tutorial.
  14. Undergraduates attend, on average, one hour-long tutorial every week, either on a one-to-one basis or with one or two other students. Students must undertake a considerable number of hours’ preparatory work for each tutorial, including background reading, essay-writing and problem-solving.
  15. Form of event for sessions at a conference. Tutorials often take place in the run-up to the actual conference: Experts speaks on a (current) issue. Tutorials usually last longer than a normal lecture and often cost an additional fee.
  16. Tutorials supplement a lecture. A lecture is often held for a large group of students where your ability to interact is more limited than in small classroom settings. ...
  17. Instruction given to students individually or in small groups.
  18. A computer-based training lesson, designed to teach you everything you need to know about using Grants.gov.
  19. a short lesson that teaches you how to do something
  20. Online help system that demonstrates the functionality of the IMS.
  21. a lesson which will show you how to build your site. See our tutorials here.
  22. A tutorial is a class of between 5-30 students in which students discuss key topics, concepts and ideas with their tutors. Tutorials are closely linked to assessment and often involve small group discussions and group work. ...
  23. A less formal learning session for a fixed number of participants, often aimed at clarifying the course material. Usually led by a tutor/Associate Lecturer. Can be online, face-to-face or by telephone.
  24. In the JMP, a Tutorial session could be any meeting where a Faculty Member meets with a Student to clarify knowledge, skills or attitude. It might also apply to the scheduled meetings of the CICBC where a faculty Tutor meets with a group of students doing PBL process.
  25. The computer presents new concepts and skills through interactive text, illustrations, descriptions, questions and problems. Information is sequenced to build on previously learned concepts, and often provides feedback and guidance.