If you are using a Microsoft product or want to know more about one, it is best to start t the Microsoft Corp. home page and let it guide you through your search. Commercial and practical guidance on Microsoft operating systems and software is available, as well as education-related discussions of the use of technology in secondary and higher education.
This site is a software library where you can search and download the software you need or the games you want to play. Be sure to indicate if the software you want is for a Windows or Macintosh computer.
Like other shareware/freeware sites, jumbo categorizes the types of options available, indicates when a choice is needed on your part for a Windows or Macintosh computer, and lets you demo before downloading. A keyword site search is also available.
Upside Today is an electronic daily newspaper that focuses on cutting-edge technology industry news. The news is up-to-the-minute but also explores long-term implications and identifies trends. Feature articles on innovators provide extra interest.
From Stanford University's Department of Environmental Health and Safety, this site covers the proper setup of computer equipment as well as healthy work habits and practices. It also tells you how to do "office stretches."
Prepared by Professor Charles Darling of the Capital Community-Technical College in Hartford, Connecticut, this site is well organized and offers good information on such matters as constructing sentences, sentence variety, and writing at the paragraph and essay level.
This location contains a directory of grammar hotlines staffed by real people to answer your questions by phone and e-mail. The directory is put together by Tidewater Community College, Virginia Beach, and is organized by state (plus Canada).
"Handouts" listed on this page provide comprehensive information on researching, outlining, writing, documenting, and all other tasks associated with research papers.