Often times after class, you may need to search the internet for more help. This could be to find a formula that you need to solve a problem. You may be looking for a better explanation of a topic than I gave in class. You may be just looking for graph paper. When you type in a topic into a search engine, a variety of sites will appear. How do you know if the site is a good source of information? Use this checklist to help evaluate the usefulness of a website.

MyMathLab (course compass) - You will need the code from your book and the password from me to use this.

__InteractMath__ - Like MyMathLab, but free!

Smarthinking (online tutoring)

Khan Academy (online video lessons on any topic)

Graph Paper/Unit Circle (Print your own graph paper or unit circle.)

Flashcard Machine (Make your own flashcards.)

Flashcards (Make your own flashcards.)

Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math (Get answers to math problems.)

PurpleMath (Help with Algebra & More)

MathWords (Interactive Math Dictionary)

CoolMath (Amusement Park of Math & More)

WebMath (Help with Math Problems)

Calculus-help (Calculus Formulas & More)

Math.com (Calculators, tools, & More)