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Instructional Math Tutorials
- Do you need to review a math theory?
- Do you need assistance remembering a theory or rule?
- Are you uncertain about a specific way to do a math problem?
View videos for different levels of math. Now requires either a gmail or Facebook sign-in.
Great link specifically focused on algebra--from pre-algebra to advanced algebra. It also does have some general geometry and pre-calculus information.
Free Math Help
Algebra and geometry lessons available
World of Math
Extensive collection of math resources
Math.com Math Practice
This link offers math practice in about all levels of math.
Contains math tricks and trivia
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Did you know that reading can improve your vocabulary?
Did you know that reading can improve your memory?
"Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." Joseph Addison
My Reading Lab
Click this link to work on your my reading lab assignments.
Fiction and Non-Fiction Books
At our Campus Library, we have both Fiction and Non-fiction books, but finding them can be a little tricky
ITCC organizes their books by the Library of Congress alphanumeric system; these start with letters. to learn more about Library of Congress call number system click on the Understanding Call Numbers link below.
Understanding Call Numbers
Here in the joint use Campus Library you will find materials organized by both the Library of Congress and Dewey Decimal classification systems; this tutorial will help you with both call numbers.
IVYCAT Online Catalog for Ivy Tech
IVYCAT researches all the resources in the Lafayette Campus Library as well as all the Ivy Tech college libraries in Indiana and the electronic book databases.
Online Writing Lab Grammar Links
Purdue University has an online writing lab that offers information on many topics related to writing. This link explains English grammar.
The Grammar Slammer website overviews some commonly used grammar errors in the English language; click this link to review lessons from misplaced modifiers to subject-verb agreement.
Link provides overview lessons in grammar such as parallelism and capitalization. In addition there are links for power points, practice worksheets, and many other resources. A nice link for both students and faculty.
Capital Community College has developed grammar tutorials, power points, and quizzes.
My Writing Lab
Click this link to work on your writing lab assignments.