Tutoring Resources for Students
Resource for Students in Social Sciences (Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences ) and Humanities Courses
American Psychological Association (APA) website tutorial; this site is particularly useful for social sciences students who have no prior knowledge of APA style.
Columbia's QMSS e-lessons provide an overview and definitions of hypothesis testing, the chi-square test, the T-test, ANOVA, and multiple regression. Appropriate for undergraduate and graduate level students in biostatistics, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology courses.
This UCLA site provides an introduction to Stata as well as examples of how to read and interpret Stata output. This information is useful for students using Stata in social sciences courses (for example, business statistics and statistical methods in psychology and sociology) or courses on quantitative research methods.
The Khan Academy website provides an overview of core concepts in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Finance, Probability and Statistics, as well as of select content in math, science, humanities, and computing. The site also contains some information on Humanities courses (history, art, and music).
This University of Wisconsin site provides a clear introduction to SPSS (version 19) and how the software is structured. It does not provide an overview of how to run statistical tests.
This web site provides brief videos and visuals which may be particularly helpful for students studying the anatomy and physiology of the speech mechanism.
This website of the University of Minnesota's Lions Voice Clinic offers tutorials to help Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences students understand how the voice works, what are different types of voice disorders and treatment options.
Resource for Students in Natural Science Courses
This University of Minnesota website provides links to resources for students in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses.
This website provides 3D video tutorials of the cardiovascular, muscoloskeleta, digestive, neuroanatomy, reproductive, respiratory, and urinary systems. The content may be helpful to students in Biology and Speech-Language-Hearing Science courses.
Study Skills and Time Management Sites
Last modified: Oct 20, 2014