Academic Tools

Crash Course​​

Kahn Academy​

Quizlet​​

Founded by Vlog brothers Hank and John Green, Crash Course is an educational YouTube series that presents material using partially animated short videos.
Kahn Academy is a non-profit organization that provides supplementary review and course material via youtube videos. Content ranges from economics to SAT test prep. This site is designed to help students of all education levels. 
Quizlet is an online resource that allows students to create their own learning tools. On this site, you can make flashcards, memory matching sets, and other games that will help you study for your next big exam.
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Study.com

Brainscape​​

Study.com offers online courses for middle school, high school, and college students. You can study by subject, by level of education, and prepare for standardized tests like the SAT and GRE. Some college students can even take these online courses for transferable credit.
Brainscape is designed to be a community of teachers and students who work in unison to make learning more impactful and accessible. Using Brainscape students can create or search for existing flash cards that feature a confidence-based repetition algorithm.
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Coursea

CK-12

Google scholar

Coursea offers online courses from some of the most prestigious universities in the United States. Take classes from Yale, Stanford, John Hopkins, and several other institutions for between the price of $29.99 and $99.99. Get ahead of the game, learn skills not addressed at your school, and earn certificates for your effort.
CK-12 is a non-profit organization that provides free educational materials for students from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Their content includes SAT practice questions with feed back, interactive exercises, and peer to peer study groups.
Google Scholar is every College students best friend. Search for academic articles, case studies, and historical documents all in one place. While many articles require special access, most school libraries provide that access. Simply copy and paste the title into your library web search. Additionally, you can use the "Cite" tool to find accurate APA, Chicago style, and MLA citations.
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