Online Study Tools
Below are some useful and free online educational resources. Additionally, you should check out your local library and school library, both in person and on their website. Your library card or student ID can often be used to access online databases, news subscriptions, and more for free.
Grammarly is a free spell-check website that catches typos and grammatical mistakes in your writing. You can copy and paste your writing directly to the website or you can download Grammarly to your computer. You can also download the Grammarly Keyboard app to your cell phone.
Quizlet is a free website that allows users to create flashcard sets and generates practice tests, review games, and more. You can also study flashcard sets created by other users.
Coursera offers hundreds of online courses, degrees, and professional certificates. Some of Coursera's classes do require students to pay tuition. Still, Coursera's free course offerings can be used as a study resource, to help prepare you for a future class, or to explore a new interest.
Citation Machine is a free online citation generator that contains many citation styles including MLA, APA, and Chicago. They also allow you to export a works cited page with all of your citations correctly formatted into a document in Microsoft Word or other applications.
Khan Academy has extremely helpful lesson videos in hundreds of topics, especially in explaining mathematical or scientific concepts. They also have articles and practice worksheets to help solidify the material.