Principles of Accounting with Utah State University: This website contains seven essential tabs: Accounting cycle, Current Assets, Long
term assets, Liabilities/Equities, Using Information, Managerial/Cost and Budgeting/Decisions.
In each tab, there are seven sections: Textbook section, three interactive study guide
sections, problem solving section, objectives and key terms. 24 Chapters will help
you progress in Accounting.
Accounting Coach: This website contains many sections, but some of the most useful tabs are: Accounting
Topic which provides definitions, explanations and examples; Test yourself which offers
some quizzes and practices; and Dictionary which provides specific accounting definition
for technical terms.
American Culture / History
Bio. – A great website for a more in-depth look into American culture through interactive
games, photos, videos, and more.
Library of Congress – This site contains articles, videos, and other features that help put America into
PBS – This site is great for videos related to the topics students are discussing in
History Channel – Another helpful website that provides videos related to class content.
Engineering & Computer Science
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – The website contains publications from all over the world, and it is especially
useful for doing any project or paper work. Students can register to get more benefits,
however, it is not necessary.
Math Works – No matter the students concentration, MATLAB is essential for any Electrical Engineering
student. MATLAB is one of the best self-explanatory programs for students who will
need to create models and applications.
Science Direct – It is a database which has a collection of published journals and conference proceedings
and is most helpful when researching for a paper. Some papers on this website are
free and accessible but others are available for a price.
Stack Overflow – This website is a message board for programmers who may get stuck on certain applications
and need help. Questions are posted to a community where members can answer questions
and discuss ideas.
West Texas A&M University, Virtual Math Lab – The website contains a big collection of step-by-step tutorials for both college
and intermediate algebra. Each section contains learning objectives, introductions,
tutorials, practice problems, and a section if you still need extra help on the topics.
Khan Academy – The website features thousands of educational resources, including a personalized
learning dashboard, over 100,000 exercise problems, and over 4000 micro lectures via
video tutorials. All resources are available for free to anyone around the world.
Khan Academy also provides a web-based exercise system that generates problems for
students based on skill level and performance. The exercise software is available
as open source under the MIT license.
Math Worksheets Land – This website contains step-by-step math instructions, theoretical explanations
with examples, as well as picture explanations.
Paul's Online Math Notes – This is a helpful site for students who are looking for notes on basic algebra
formulas and differential equations.
Geogebra – This is a great program for graphing. It is free, but requires a download. It is
helpful for any level of math that involves graphing.
Zygote Body – An interactive graphic related to the human anatomy, layer by layer.
Khan Academy – Videos that explain and demonstrate examples within chemistry, biology, physics,
math and other related areas.
Other Educational Information
USF Application Getaway – Multiple programs are hosted here and apps are useful for all majors. Many students
who approach the end of their education require specific programs to complete their
work. This is free to all students and can prove to be highly useful at all stages.
Atomic Learning – Atomic Learning videos about plagiarism and paraphrasing, as well as other academically
related topics. The videos are very straight forward and easy to follow, so they serve
as a great tool for INTO students. They provide topics on plagiarism and learn how
to appropriately credit sources in their essays. All users are required to sign in
with their NetID and password.
TED Ideas worth spreading – The TED initiative was started to facilitate the spreading of ideas from the world's
greatest thinkers and experts in a variety of fields. The talks are limited to a 15-20
minute timeframe, and the speakers give a speech similar to a lecture.
Open Academy – The Open Academy is similar to OCW, as it allows the user to access courses lectures.
The lectures are from over 25 best universities including all Ivy league colleges.
Professors from these institutes have made video lectures that range from Engineering
to the Medical Sciences.