1. The OWL at Purdue
For academic writing, documenting sources, etc.
2. Cornell University Library/journals
For distinguishing scholarly journals from other periodicals
3. Cornell University Library/sources
How to critically analyze sources of information
4. Cornell University Library/website
Evaluating websites: criteria and tools
5. Study Skills/Vocabulary
How to remember new words
6. Vocabulary/100 Words
The 100 words every high school graduate should know
7. Latin and Greek elements used in English
8. Reading Strategies
Reading strategies from reading specialist Dr. Kathleen King
9. Dartmouth University/Success
Various Academic Success Videos
10. Cuesta College/Notetaking
Taking Notes from Lectures
1. The University of Illinois Intensive English Institute.
Use this website to link to many other websites for just about everything: grammar, listening, speaking, reading, writing, vocabulary, pronunciation, test preparation, and online dictionaries.
2. Grammar Bytes
This site has interactive grammar exercises that are fun and helpful!
3. ESL Gold
ESL Gold is another website that has multiple helpful sections for different English skills. You can also search for help using your proficiency level and your native language.
4. English Club
English Club allows you to search for topics such as Business English, Idioms, English Games, Jokes, and other subjects.
5. English Page
English Page has many grammar tutorials and several online dictionaries.
This site has grammar and vocabulary quizzes organized by level. There are also bilingual quizzes available in many languages.
7. English Central
English Central is a great way to practice listening to real English! There are a variety of videos to watch, and the site will help teach you important vocabulary, test your understanding, and then allow you to practice speaking!
8. VOA News Learning English
This site has news features from around the U.S. and around the world for English learners and is sponsored by the Voice of America.
9. Dave's ESL Cafe
Dave's ESL Cafe is a site where ESL teachers post information and activities for students. Click the "Stuff for Students" tab at the top of the page to find helpful worksheets.
10. English as a Foreign Language
Grammar, vocabulary, listening and reading practice for high intermediate to advanced learners