Biology
ACLS Training Center: Study Guide for the Systems of the Body

A biology study guide that brings together a wealth of resources on the following topics: Circulatory System, Respiratory System, Skeletal System, Muscular System, Digestive System, and the Nervous System.


ActionBioscience

An education resource from the American Institute of Biological Sciences with peer-reviewed articles and links on biodiversity, genomics, environment, biotechnology, evolution, new frontiers and education.


Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development

This website provides you with a series of short video clips on how to use and handle instruments commonly found in chemistry and biology laboratories.


Life Biology Website Companion

This website is meant to complement the Life Biology Textbook used at Vanier. You can find flashcards, quizzes and tutorials to help with your Biology classes.


MIT Open Courseware: Biology

A Web-based publication of course content from all Biology classes taught at MIT, including practice questions and solutions. CEGEP-level classes available.


Nucleus medical Media

This website has a huge supply of incredible HD animations of biological processes. If you’re a visual person trying to understand medical concepts, then this website is for you!


University of Arizona: The Biology Project

The Biology Project, an interactive online resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona. It has been designed for biology students at the college level, but is useful for high school students, medical students, physicians, science writers, and all types of interested people.


Vanier College Department of Biology

Provides faculty listings and contacts, course information and links to university sites, an online tutorial in mendelian genetics and a site offering free software of use in the field of biological sciences.

Mini-Tutorial Resources
As of Winter 2014, biology mini-tutorials aim to help students by covering various course topics throughout the semester. These sessions take place in the Math & Science Centre or the Biology Resource Centre on a weekly basis.


Chemistry
Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development

This website provides you with a series of short video clips on how to use and handle instruments commonly found in chemistry and biology laboratories.


Elements Database: Periodic Table

Complete information on the chemical elements including the chemical element symbol, atomic number, atomic weight and description.


MIT Open Courseware: Chemistry

A Web-based publication of course content from all Chemistry classes taught at MIT, including practice questions and solutions. CEGEP-level classes available.


Vanier College Department of Chemistry

Provides faculty listings and contacts, course information, and links to McGill’s “Chemistry for the Public” site, alternative tables of elements, notes on physical constants and nomenclature and a material safety data sheet site.


Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry

An organic chemistry resource with explanations and practice problems.


WebElements™ Periodic Table

An interactive periodic table of elements with basic descriptions, photographs, cartoons and explanations of isolation for all elements. Lots of advertisements.


Environmental Science
Environmental and Wildlife program

Provides contacts, program information, a link to career information, and information on how to apply.


Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations

Portal to UN sites on agriculture, development, economics, forestry, geography, fisheries, natural resources, etc.


United Nations Environment Program

Links to publications, youth initiatives, conferences and resources for scientists and civil society.


Mathematics
MathNerds

MathNerds is a website that specializes in helping people who have tried working a problem but find themselves unable to finish or to get the correct answer.


Mathworld

Self-proclaimed “web’s most extensive mathematics resource”. Encyclopedic resource covering algebra, calculus, probability and statistics, geometry, number theory, etc.


MIT Open Courseware: Mathematics

A Web-based publication of course content from all Mathematics classes taught at MIT, including practice questions and solutions. CEGEP-level classes available.


S.O.S. Mathematics

Over 2,500 pages of short and clear explanations of mathematical theories. The site provides tutorials with practice problems and CyberExams. Check out the links page for helpful resources.


The Math Forum

A forum of math questions and problems for students of all levels. Post your own queries and have them answered or browse previous posts. Provides detailed and alternative solutions to problems from mathematicians and experts with links to appropriate math websites.


Vanier College Department of Mathematics

Faculty listings and contacts, course information, math history, explanations, and problems, as well as useful links to online learning and university and mathematics associations websites are all available here.


ZeGenie – Interactive Course in Grade 11 Mathematics

This course covers the standard curriculum for Canada for grade 11 mathematics. The course is designed to build the basic notions of mathematics to prepare the student for more advanced topics in subsequent years.


Miscellaneous
Khan Academy

Over 3200 video tutorials in all science subjects. The Khan Academy can provide you with another explanation of concepts learned in class.


Online Courses

OnlineCourses.com aggregates the best free and open courseware for students and professionals, all in a conveniently searchable online courseware platform. Search, track, and share progress on over 500 university and college level classes globally.



WordReference.com

A selection of translation dictionaries for English, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.


Physics
Eric Weisstein’s World of Physics

Encyclopedia of physics terms, theories, and tests. Quick reference for mechanics, optics, waves, electromagnetism, astrophysics, etc.


MIT Open Courseware: Physics

A web-based publication of course content from all Physics classes taught at MIT, including practice questions and solutions. CEGEP-level classes available.


Physics Info

Contains pictures, flash animations and video of physics concepts learned at high school and CEGEP.


The Physics Classroom

An online tutorial of physics concepts taught in high school and CEGEP. Tutorials include pictures, diagrams, and easy-to-understand language.


Vanier College Physics Department

Faculty listings and contacts, course information, and student resources are all available here.


Time Management and Study Skills
A Splendid Plan by Muneeb Rehman

Are you looking for a helpful and easy to use tool to plan your semester? A Splendid Plan was developed by a Vanier student for Vanier students and includes scheduling, habit tracking, to do lists, and more.



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