ACADEMIC TOOLS AND MORE
You need help with essays, or with the notation system? What about learning how to conduct research on the Internet? Well, good thing you got here! Now you'll find all the resources you need to continue.
A Research Guide –It helps you with your term papers, your MLA style (Modern Language Association notation system), dealing with references, footnotes, endnotes, citations, etc.
Academic Tips –This link provides a ton of tips to help you succeed in college including; memory techniques, speech tips, exam tips, literature tips, tips on essay writing, academic tips and many more.
Adprima -A wonderful site to read about study habits and to help you study for different situations: exams, recitation courses, etc.
Diana Hacker -She is the author of several books about writing. If you have the book, the site offers links to companion student websites for each of her titles.
Doing Well in College –Many college students face obstacles while in college. These obstacles can be overcome by doing the right thing. This link provides studying tips and advice that will help you overcome these challenges.
National Math and Science Initiative
-This organization was formed to address one of America's greatest economic and intellectual problems: the declining number of student who are prepared to take rigorous college courses in math and science and equipped for careers in those fields. It's a public-private partnership led by private donors such as Exxon Mobil Corporation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. Visit the site to find out how you can benefit from their programs.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab -Offers a variety of resources for all sorts of writing: research, academic, creative, etc. If your English is not perfect, you will find the English as a Second Language section useful to sharpen your language skills.