tu·to·ri·al Use tutorial in a sentence
of a tutor or tutors
Origin of tutorial
; from Classical Latin
a class in a tutorial system an intensive course given by a tutor or professor for one or several students, usually on a special topic a system of instruction containing exercises, information, etc., as in a training manual or computer program, for individual self-study tutorial
Of or relating to tutors or a tutor.
Something that provides special, often individual instruction, especially:
a. A book or class that provides instruction in a particular area. b. Computers A program that provides instruction for the use of a system or of software. tutorial
Adjective Of or pertaining to a tutor; belonging to, or exercised by, a tutor. Noun
plural tutorials) 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. Origin
Latin tutorius, with -ial suffix. tutorial - Computer Definition
An instructional book or program that takes the user through a prescribed sequence of steps in order to learn a product. Contrast with
documentation, which, although instructional, tends to group features and functions by category. See tutorials in this publication.