This page is intended to offer further assistance in your academic studies. The blue links provide effective and strategic tips in helping you in your writing, critical thinking, study habits, and mathematical skills.
Academic and Study Skills
This website contains college study tips and tricks to help you manage your time, take better notes, study more effectively, improve your memory, handle college stress, and much more.
This website offers ways one can become motivated in one's studies. It offers ideas how to organize and manage for class assignments, projects, tests, etc. It also contains useful information about different learning styles.
This website is contains helpful work habits, writing strategies, and other tips to succeed in college.
This website offers a variety of writing information and resources. It provides useful handouts, PowerPoint presentations, and workshops.
This website offers many useful links and resources that help you with the writing process.
This website helps individuals to properly cite their works cited page.
Wridea is a free online idea management service that is designed to help writers brainstorm, organize and improve their ideas.
This website offers math review from Algebra to Calculus. It offers practice exams in order to help you succeed in school.
This website provides an interactive math encyclopedia. It is the web's most extensive mathematics resource.
This websits offers information about basic math, algebra, learning styles, and math anxiety. It provides math tutorial videos, such as multiplying expressions. It also provides helpful links.
This website offers practice for math exit exams.
This website offers students with several math links and resources.
Useful Research Sites
The Library of Congress offers its resources available to Congress and the American people. Their mission is to provide and preserve a collection of knowledge for the benefit of the American people. The Library of Congress Online Catalog allows individuals to research articles, books, journals, magazines, etc., for free.
This is an online reference public service that offers many useful sources from encyclopedias to books.
Free Reading Sources
There are more than 25,000 free e-books in Project Gutenberg's online catalog and an additional 100,000 free e-books available from the site's partners and affiliates.
The University of Pennsylvania website has more than 30,000 books that anyone can read for free. Users can search by book author or title.