Here are a few helpful online resources for college students.
Search Engine | Dictionary | Thesaurus | Tips for Studying | Writing a Resume
Bing.com is Microsoft's most current search engine. Use it to find specific information on the web by entering keywords related to the topic you want to look up. Bing organizes search results into categories. Clicking on the category links will bring you to more specific results.Top of Page
Merriam-Webster.com is a free online, searchable dictionary. The home page offers word games, a word of the day, and many other English language and vocabulary reference tools and resources.Top of Page
Thesaurus.com is a large and free online thesaurus provided by the same authors as Dictionary.com. This web site allows users to quickly find synonyms and antonyms to any word or term. The home page also has a word of the day, fun facts, and games and quizzes to improve your vocabulary.Top of Page
Academictips.org contains study tips and tricks geared towards college students. It has informational guides on time management, note taking, and effective study habits. It also offers pointers on ways to improve memory, take tests, and handle the stress that goes hand-in-hand with a college education.Top of Page
Monster.com - How to Write a Resume
Monster.com offers this informational guide entitled How to Write a Resume. The site provides basic information about writing a resume and making it stand out. It gives pointers on writing a resume objective, what to include in the work history section, and using your resume to highlight your job skills and educational background.Top of Page