December 2, 2014
Having trouble preparing for a physics test or writing a paper? UF offers a variety of free online resources so you can study from the comfort of your own home.
Did you know that the UF Teaching Center’s YouTube channel offers over 1,500 videos based on specific UF courses? There are videos from UF classes including chemistry, math, physics, and statistics courses. Each video shows a tutor solving specific problems and explaining core concepts.
If you’re writing a paper, explore the UF Writing Studio’s online video collection. Need to figure out the difference between a dependent and independent clause? There’s a video for that! Other topics include grammar, paper structure, and avoiding plagiarism.
Another option is lynda.com, the online video library offering over 2,900 courses on topics ranging from Excel and C++ to how to cite references in a thesis. Log in to lynda.com for free anytime by visiting UFIT’s Training website.
For more information about student academic resources, check out UF’s Advising website. Good luck on finals, Gators!