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A good reference for students, includes animations of biological concepts. Useful for BIOL 1103, BIOL1203, BIOL 1109, BIOL1209.
This tutor-created resource describes how to succeed in Pharmacology at Douglas.
This tutor-created resource describes how to succeed in Pathophysiology at Douglas.
This short resource explains the difference between Accuracy and Precision, and includes basic calculations for quantifying errors.
Khan Academy is a nonprofit that has created a huge library of instructional videos with accompanying quizzes and exercises. Their Chemistry library is linked here.
Useful for students in CSIS 1280, CSIS 2300, CSIS 3280. Anything website based, tutorials, references, guides and examples.
This resource suggests strategies you can use to develop your fluency in reading and writing.
This guide from Paul's Online Notes suggests some best practices in all aspects of studying math, including general tips, note-taking, and studying for tests. After reading the guide, you may want to explore the rest of the site; it has notes and practice problems for pre-calculus, calculus, and linear algebra courses.
Khan Academy is a nonprofit that has created a huge library of instructional videos with accompanying quizzes and exercises. Their Precalculus course is linked here.
Purple Math lists topics that range in complexity from things as easy as rounding to things as complex as graphing and trig. I typically advise students who are seeking help with their assessment tests that this is the most direct resource to help them learn (and re-learn) the basics in order to be best prepared for the assessment.
Math tests will assess your understanding of the concepts and your skill at applying these concepts. This resource provides tips for a variety of questions that you might encounter on a mathematics test, including multiple choice, problem solving, and calculation questions.
Math textbooks are unique because they use mathematical language to communicate, which requires a different set of skills to read than other textbooks. This resource explains the differences between textbooks in math and other subjects, and provides tips for how to get the most out of your textbook.
This is a great handout for students in PHIL 1101 Critical Thinking who are struggling to understand and identify different fallacies.
This is a fantastic, expansive and accurate encyclopedia of everything philosophy. Useful for tutors who want to refresh, or for students who are struggling to understand dense philosophy texts.
A collection of film clips and animations on a variety of first-year physics topics, created by a group at the University of New South Wales in Australia. Topics include mechanics, sound & waves, electricity & magnetism, light, and thermal physics.
Descriptive statistics are statistics that collect, summarize, classify and present data. This guide gives you an overview of one type of descriptive statistics, measures of variability.