Tutoring

Tutoring Resources

Would you like to improve your study skills? The sites below offer helpful suggestions.

Writing Help

Do you need help in math? Check out the sites listed below.

  • Situations That Occur in Math and Techniques to Use
  • Online Math Applications—This site shows how math is used in many everyday activities.
  • Gamequarium: Pre-Algebra Games—A site that uses games to help you with pre-Algebra.
  • Online College Prep—Another free online pre-algebra course.
  • Purplemath—“Helping students gain understanding and self-confidence in algebra.”
  • Math.com—This site has reviews of many different levels of Math, from basic general math through Calculus and Statistics.
  • Quadratics—This site tutors you in understanding quadratic equations.
  • QuickMath—“QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet.”
  • Professor Freedman’s Math Help—“This site provides information about basic math, algebra, study skills, math anxiety and learning styles and specifically addresses the needs of the community college adult learner.”
  • S.O.S. Math—“S.O.S. MATHematics is your free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations!”
  • Algebra Help—“Algebrahelp.com is a collection of lessons, calculators, and worksheets created to assist students and teachers of algebra.”
  • Graphing Calculator Help
  • http://mathforum.org/mathed/index.html—Internet Resources for Mathematics Education.

Are you taking a computer skills course? You might find it interesting to visit the Roald Dahl website, just to have an enjoyable and entertaining break!

Are you studying Anatomy and Physiology?

Are you studying Psychology?

Are you studying Physics? You might find these websites interesting.

  • The Physics Classroom—A tutorial with animation that shows basic physics concepts.
  • Learn Physics Today

Do you need help writing a résumé? You might want to look at the following sites:

For education professionals, the Teaching/Learning Center at Delta College has helpful information on many areas of instruction.

MIT OpenCourseWare—Free online course materials from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.