Tutoring Resources

Online Resources

  • Instead of combing through various databases for scholarly articles, Google Scholar allows for a convenient, all-in-one search location.

  • Ever find yourself instantly forgetting a page as soon as you move on to the next page? This website is filled with tips to help combat that.

  • This reference site has all the information you need for citations, writing tips, and job-hunting help.

  • It’s like Google but with a more academic focus.

  • Regardless of age, college is a time to discover your passions and continue your education. These 10 tips serve as an excellent guide to success in all aspects of college.

  • Email is the most common form of communication between faculty and students. This short guide will help you avoid any unprofessional content in emails.

  • A great how-to beginning guide for general academic information for new students. Remember, professors and staff are here to help you.

  • A peer-to-peer site for students to ask each other questions on a variety of subjects.

  • Besides memes and pictures of cats, Reddit is full of knowledgeable communities for help in many areas – from history to biology to current events.

  • Ever struggle with brainstorming ideas or content for a paper or have difficulty with volumes of notes? This website organizes ideas into readable content.