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There are also lots of helpful sites out on the Internet and we have prepared a list for you here. Also, remember that most textbooks have companion websites that are often quite helpful. If you need help checking out one of these sites, come talk to us!
External Sites for Study Skills
- Great Study Guides and Strategies
- Links to Study Skill Sites by Subject
- Myers Briggs Personality Types
- How To Study.ORG
- How To Read a Textbook
- Listening Skills
The following Organic Chemistry Sites provide links to organic courses, tutorials, animations, etc.
- Colby OChem Visual Demos
great videos illustrating several organic reaction mechanisms
- Organic Chemistry
Notes for the full year of organic chemistry by Carl Wamser
- The Math Forum Home Page
(Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics and Calculus: Interactive classrooms and various practice problems and quizzes)
- FSU Math – Mathematics WWW Virtual Library
Math Forum Internet Collection (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Statistics: Links to multiple tutorial and sample problems)
- Statistics Definitions
(Statistics stuff: definitions and simulations)
- Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
This is a very comprehensive and easy to use website with answers and advice on just about anything related to writing, including grammar, citations, essays, research, etc.
- Guide to Grammar from Capital Community College
This is an excellent website with lots of interactive quizzes and tutorials on grammar.
- Diane Hacker Citation Guide:
Style guides for APA, MLA, Chicago, and CBE. This site includes sample papers and is very thorough.
- C.W. Post Campus MLA Citation Guide
Some sample MLA entries.
- C.W. Post Campus APA Citation Guide
Some sample APA entries.
- Merrian-Webster Online Dictionary
- Bartleby's Famous Quotes
This is web site is one of the most comprehensive literary research sites on the web. It includes many complete reference books (books on quotations, literary history, encyclopedias, etc.), historical documents (treaties, inaugural addresses, etc.), and e-books (cookbooks, fiction, non-fiction, etc.).