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Online Resources

The links below have been selected by Learning Support Services staff as resources to support student learning. Let us know if you find a web link you think belongs here, and please let us know if you find a link that is broken.

Links last updated/verified on February 28, 2012.


American Sign Language

ESL Assistance

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Learning Disabilities

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Math Support Links

  • Algebra Tutorial from S.O.S. Mathematics (Free Tutorial on Commercial Site. Excellent.)
  • Trig and Calculus (Free Tutorial on Commercial Site. Excellent.)
  • Professor Freedman's Math Help Tips on reducing math anxiety, test anxiety, and study skills.
  • Math.com From basic math to Calculus, this website offers many valuable resources and links that include homework help, tutoring, calculators & tools, and games to improve your math skills.
  • http://mathforum.org/library/ Drexel University’s Online Math Education Community Center sponsors the Math Forum Internet Mathematics Library webpage that provides links for a comprehensive list of math topics and resources/materials for all education levels
  • Math Anxiety Platonic Realms webpage with math support links and information on how to cope with math anxiety
  • Word Problems Helps students to translate and understand math word problems
  • Using TI-83/84 Calculators John Carroll University’s "How To" Information for TI-83/84 Calculators
  • Mathway Great website with a whiteboard where you can enter a math problem (select any math topic from basic math to calculus), and it displays the math format as well as the answer to the problem. Math links include example problems, worksheets, and tutorials.
  • Wolfram Math World: The Web's Most Extensive Mathematics Resource
    Great math website that cover these subjects and more: Algebra, Applied Mathematics, Calculus and Analysis, Discrete Mathematics, Foundations of Mathematics, Geometry, History and Terminology, Number Theory, Probability and Statistics, Recreational Mathematics, Topology
  • Wolfram Demonstrations Project: Interactive Visualizations
    An expanding collection of freely available, interactive demonstrations in math, science, and many other areas at all levels from elementary education to the frontiers of research. Examples: 3D Waves, Inside the Rhombic Hexecontahedron, Surface Morphing, Tangent Lines to a Parabola, and many more…

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Reading Skills Links

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Science Support — Anatomy & Physiology

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Science Support — Chemistry

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Science Support — Physics

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Science Support — Inorganic Compounds

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Speech/Public Speaking Links

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Stress Management Links

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Study Skills Links

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Test Anxiety & Test Taking

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Time Management

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Writing and Language Skills Links

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