Links to Academic Tutorials

The Internet can link you to many sites that can help with various academic concerns.  Here are some that you might want to view on your own:

Study Skills

  1. Ohio Dominican University has compiled a page of links to help with the skills you need to be successful in any course: http://www.ohiodominican.edu/arc/college_success_strategies.aspx

  2. Another good site is "Howtostudy.org:"  http://www.howtostudy.org/   Once you've found it try the "Rsources" link.  You'll find some great Study Skills help under the heading of "Taking In."  A little below "Taking In" is the "How to Study..." section that lists many different subjects.

 Writing

  1. Bowling Green State University's Writing Center has a page of Handouts that may give you just what you need: http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/acen/writingctr/page29232.html

  2. Glendale Community College in California offers another set of links that may assist your writing project: http://seco.glendale.edu/learningcenter/writecent/otherresources.html

Math

  1. BGSU lists some links to math tutorials that might be of help:
    lhttp://www.bgsu.edu/offices/acen/mastctr/page67475.html

  2. Here are some specific sites that Dr. Ingalls recommends for help with MAT273 Applied Statistics I
    www.statsoft.com/textbook/stathome.html Defintions to basic concepts

    http://www.graphpad.com/quickcalcs/index.cfm  Select an online calculator

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqM82Ovgmmg  Here's a video on scatterplot and rvalue.avi

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUi44eAh_mA  Another video--this one explains Standard Deviation

    http://statpages.org/index.html#Tables
      Many links to stat calculations

    statpages.org/index.html#Comparisons
      Various sample comparisons

    wiki.stat.ucla.edu/socr/index.php/EBook  There's even an EBook covering all the basics of Statistics.  Maybe it will be more clear than your own textbook.