The BMCC Library is a great resource if you are writing a paper. The library is part of the Michigan eLibrary that allows you to have access to over 6,000,000 books and materials by utilizing an online system linking participating libraries within the State of Michigan. The library also provide other resources available to you by visiting their website.
Click here: http://www.bmcc.edu/student-services/library/community-resources
On September 17th, which is Constitution Day our history instructor Rick Elder presents a one-hour presentation in Room 110 from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM about the creation and implementation of the United States Constitution. We will be handing out a pocket-sized copy of the United States Constitution to all participants.
This is a voluntary attendance event. We hope to see you there.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises and instructional videos that empowers learners to study at their own pace in and out of the classroom.
Subject areas include: math, biology, history, economics, finance, grammar and much more!
Click here: https://www.khanacademy.org/
Chegg Learn is a free learning resource that provides students with comprehensive information on a wide range of topics spanning relevant coursework like Chemistry, Economics, Computer Software, Statistics, Accounting, and Physics.
Click here: https://www.chegg.com/learn
Click here: https://www.chegg.com/flashcards
HippoCampus delivers content videos on general education subjects. Explore over 5,700 free videos in 13 subject areas.
Click here: http://www.hippocampus.org/
APA style, quoting, paraphrasing & summarizing, research tips, and much more!
Purdue Owl - http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
This website covers reading, writing, grammar, speaking, listening and vocabulary.
Free, unlimited access to lessons
Don't ever be stuck watching another boring 10-minute video again — you learn best by doing, not watching. Our unique interactive lessons cover math subjects ranging from algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to precalculus and calculus.
If you are in MA105 you should start with Algebra. If you are in MA113/MA114 you should start with Algebra II.