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Learn the rules for citing online sources

Connecticut College Digital Commons
more than 100 working papers, journal articles, dissertations, and these available for full-text download

Learn how to discriminate between credible and unreliable online research sources

View video collections and webcasts from colleges or universities, including CalTech, Dartmouth, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Princeton, Rice, Stanford, UCLA, and the University of Texas at Dallas.
  {iConn}   iCONN aggregates library search engine resources like MainFile, TOPICSearch, Academic Search Premier, available to Connecticut students

This collection features hundreds of free video lectures and course materials from colleges and universities in the United States and China. Much of the content is available for download.

easy-to-use citation generator

This collection of free courses in English, accessible via YouTube, is a joint venture by Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Science. Titles include Introduction to Computer Graphics, Core Science Mathematics, Computer Networks, Introduction to Problem Solving & Programming, Fluid Mechanics, and Environmental Air Pollution.

Free and comprehensive resource that is a collection of open college courses that spans videos, audio lectures, and notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton and MIT. Offers highly relevant courses such as iPhone Application Development from Stanford and Cyber Humor from Oxford.

Developed at the University of Colorado at Boulder, these online interactive simulations illustrate physics principles related to topics such as projectile motion, static electricity, and electromagnetic fields.
Access free course material offered by leading higher education institutions

over 4,500 electronic repository items consisting of intellectual output at UConn

Student run station and main source for campus and local sports news and events.

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