- Dedicated to rhetoric and public communication in the United States. Offers an archive of speeches, movie speeches, and audio figures of speech.
- Bartleby publishes classic literature, poetry, non-fiction and reference texts free of charge.
Central High School Media Center
- Resources relating to the Central High School Media Center
- If you struggle to stay away from social media when you’re meant to be studying, use KeepMeOut to block certain distracting websites.
- Random, Interesting, and Amazing Facts
- PaperRater is a website that allows you to copy and paste anything that you have written in order to analyze the different aspects of your writing in order to make improvements without the help of an instructor.
- Project Gutenberg provides free online access to texts whose copyright has expired.
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
- Purdue O.W.L. is an excellent resource for writing tips and strategies. The website also contains a wealth of information about essay formatting (MLA, APA, etc.).
- Quizlet is a resource that takes a "flashcard" approach to studying a vast array of content from many different fields of study.
- This site tells you the best times to go to bed if you have to be up at a certain hour – a very useful tool within student life. Taking into account regular sleep cycles, Sleepyti.me can help if you suffer from grogginess in the mornings.
- Sparknotes, aside from providing excellently written summaries of texts, provides well-thought-out analysis of the texts that it works to summarize.
TED - Ideas Worth Sharing
- TED hosts thought-provoking talks given at events all over the world on the core topics of technology, entertainment and design – but in fact covering pretty much every aspect of human experience. The TED site is where you can find all the videos of these talks. Another good procrastination device, but you may also find some inspiration for your next essay.