Academic Integrity

Useful Links

 

This page is a summary of the external web links and downloadable documents which appear on the entire Assignment Survival Kit.

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Useful external web links

Grammar

Making notes

  • Notemaker interactive resource, London Metropolitan University.

Maths help sites

  • www.mathcentre.ac.uk:
    • mathcentre is an online resource that offers students quick reference guides, practice and revision materials, video tutorials, workbooks and online practice exercises on many branches of mathematics, including: Algebra, Arithmetic, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Drug dose calculations, Finance, Functions and Graphs, Geometry, Graphs for health sciences, Guides & Case Studies, Integration, Matrices, Measuring the Effectiveness of Support Centres, Mechanics, Numeracy Skills, Sequences & Series, Statistics, The Mathematics Problem Internationally, Trigonometry and Vectors.
  • www.mathtutor.ac.uk
    • Mathtutor aims to support students new to university level maths in the following topics: Arithmetic, Trigonometry, Algebra, Differentiation, Functions, Graphs & Sequences, Integration, Geometry and Vectors.
  • www.ies.co.jp/math/products
    • 'Animations for grasping ideas': Using a series of maths applets, this site develops understandings of Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry and Vectors.
  • www.algebrahelp.com
    • 'Algebrahelp' has lessons, calculators, worksheets and resources tabs on algebra.
  • www.sosmath.com
    • This site covers Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, Complex Variables, Matrix Algebra, or Mathematical Tables. You can find topics ranging from simplifying fractions to the cubic formula, from the quadratic equation to Fourier series, from the sine function to systems of differential equations.
  • www.coventry.ac.uk/ec/jtm/contents.htm:
    • 'Just the Maths' is a collection of separate units, in chronological topic-order, intended to service foundation level and first year degree level courses in higher education, especially those delivered in a modular style. Each unit represents, on average, the work to be covered in a typical two-hour session consisting of a lecture and a tutorial
  • www.coventry.ac.uk/math_centre
    • The Maths support centre is a collaboration between Loughborough and Coventry Universities, and is part of the 'Sigma' Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. Resources, worksheets, tests and FAQs are presented on the site.
  • http://people.brunel.ac.uk/~mastmmg/ssguide/sshome.htm:
    • 'Study Skills Online' is a collection of advice, information and resources to help support undergraduate and postgraduate students studying mathematics related subjects. This site offers advice on: time management, lectures, reading, set work, experiments, presentations, revision, examinations, getting a job, help available and postgraduate research. Other links provide access to: downloads of Mathletics and the LearnHigher CETL.
  • LearnHigher numeracy, maths and statisitics resources
    • The LearnHigher CETL website features a useful student support section on Numeracy, Maths & Statistics AND Academic Writing; Assessment; CriticalThinking & Reflection; Doing Research; Group Work; Independent Learning; Information Literacy; Listening & Interpersonal Skills; Learning For All (Inclusivity); Mobile Learning; Notemaking; Oral Communication; Personal Development Planning; Reading; Referencing; Report Writing; Time Management; Understanding Organisations and Visual Practices.

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Last Updated: 26/10/2012