This page contains links to web sites and pages having to do with communication, writing, and research. The information is divided into the following categories:
|Use the Internet|
Study Guides and Strategies. The Study Guides and Strategies web site is authored, developed and maintained by Joe Landsberger as an educational public service.
Learning Skills. The Island Adult Development Association has developed materials concerning learning skills and multiple intelligences. The IADA is a registered, non-profit Association located in Victoria, British Columbia Canada.
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab. This free multimedia site is designed to help English learners improve their listening comprehension through a variety of audio and video conversations, interviews, and news reports. Randall Davis is the developer of this site, and he has written, recorded, and edited the materials as an independent project at his home in the USA.
These sites provide tutorials on using the Internet.
These sites provide information about searching the Internet.
These search engines allow you to find information across the Internet.
Metasearch engines use multiple search engines at the same time.
These sites provide information about writing papers and creating bibliographies.
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The following are resources for preparing oral presentations.
The following organizations have information and links to resouces in the communication field.
These are virtual libraries and government organizations which provide information and links related to current topics.
Major newspapers carry current stories and provide searchable archives: