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Check with your math professor to determine which sites are best for you.
Unitec's, New Zeland's largest Technology Institute, award-winning online math textbook. Modules on Integers, Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Measurement, Statistics, Algebra, Trigonometry.
Developed in Australia, this online resource is based on the math skills required by students in electrical programs.
Khan Academy is a small nonprofit with a big mission: a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
A video channel with dozens of entertaining video tutorials on mathematics.
Tutorials, practice, calculators, games and more, from basic math to calculus.
Hundreds of free online math tutorials that explain the math concepts and provide worked solutions. Videos are also included.
Lessons are written with the student in mind.
A computational knowledge engine that offers clear explanations of mathematical problems.
The Web's Most Extensive Mathematics Resource.
LearningExpress Library (Requires free registration so you can track your progress). Access a comprehensive collection of test-preparation tools, skill-building materials, and other career and life skills resources. Go to this site and then click on All Centers. Then click on Math. There are a variety of tutorials for you to choose.
Films on Demand A collection of educational films on topics as varied as history, education, health, and communication.
Open Source Resources
The Open Course Library (OCL) is a collection of shareable course materials, including syllabi, course activities, readings, and assessments designed by teams of college faculty, instructional designers, librarians, and other experts. Some of our materials (also called open educational resources, or OER) are paired with low cost textbooks ($30 or less). Many of the courses can be taught at no cost to students. Unless otherwise noted, all materials are shared under a Creative Commons (CC BY) license.OCL courses and materials have undergone testing for accessibility and have been designed using the industry-standard Quality Matters (QM) rubric for assessing the quality of online courses.
Interactive simulations in Math from the University of Colorado at Boulder. PhET provides fun, free, interactive, research-based science and mathematics simulations. We extensively test and evaluate each simulation to ensure educational effectiveness. These tests include student interviews and observation of simulation use in classrooms. The simulations are written in Java, Flash or HTML5, and can be run online or downloaded to your computer. All simulations are open source (see our source code). Multiple sponsors support the PhET project, enabling these resources to be free to all students and teachers.
Check out print books from the library for two weeks. E-books may be downloaded and used off-line for several weeks but as soon as you finish, check them back in so others can use them.
QA43 .A12 2013
QA43 .M3746 2012
RT68 .S73 2012