Tutoritto, an innovative mobile app designed to complement academics’ efforts to bridge the gap between education and the workplace for students, has been launched in Dubai. Developed with the main aim of providing reliable and real-time access to individual tutoring sessions led by experts and service providers, the application is the brainchild of Professor Mohamed Watfa, professor and researcher at the Faculty of engineering and information sciences. at the University of Wollongong in Dubai.
In an age where agility and accessibility are the key to academic and professional excellence, users now have a global virtual platform that gives them the ability to seek advice, improve their skills and gain valuable knowledge, with just the push of a button. As technology accelerates in the education industry with the advancement of blended learning, Tutoritto provides real-time guidance to anyone who wants to deepen their knowledge in various segments, be it a topic, course, hobby or personal development.
Using innovative artificial intelligence algorithms, the application optimizes the process of matching tutors, those who provide knowledge, talents or services online with “tutors”, those who seek knowledge, development talent or online learning. The app simplifies the process allowing people with common interests around the world to connect, interact and acquire a wide variety of skills in minutes by providing a virtual learning space where online tutoring sessions. individual can be booked with the best private teachers. , mentors and professors all over the world at an hourly rate.
Whether you are looking to get in touch with a lawyer, doctor, chef, dietitian, esthetician, personal trainer or life coach, Tutoritto provides on-demand services, anywhere and anytime, and can match users with experts from multiple industries.
To use the app, users just need to log in, select categories and subcategories, and then swipe right to book a session. All the services provided can be evaluated and reviewed at the end, to ensure high quality of service and consistency for all users.
An interim USPTO patent for Tutoritto’s original idea – the system and method of synchronous or asynchronous delivery of services, skills or knowledge online on-demand – was filed in March 2021.
The app is now available for download from the Google Play Store.