E-Learning Resources

Moving to full or partial online learning environment is a major shift in your education. Often, it can be an overwhelming time for you to navigate, so it is critical that you set a plan for yourself regarding how you will approach and handle the responsibility of managing your own learning time. Take advantage of your teachers and these resources to help you get started. Here are some strategies to help you get started and additional resources which may be helpful when your teachers are not available.

Helpful Hints:

Keep a Journal

Keep a journal of the time and lessons you have completed each day. You can take notes in your journal as well. Utilizing this strategy will help you keep track of your time and meet deadlines.


Check in with your teachers or Cyber Center Facilitator. These people are valuable resources and can help you access your classes, create schedules, provide resources to help you study or understand concepts and can assist you through challenging subjects or topics.

Create a Schedule

In a traditional school you will spend at least 7 hours at school a day. Consider this when managing your online workload. Make a schedule and dedicate small chunks of time to each course every day and study small amounts at a time. It will also be helpful if you make a "To-Do" list every morning so you know what you need to get done that day.

Avoid Multi-Tasking

Multi-tasking seems like an inevitable practice in the fast paced society we live in. However, focus on a single task is a valuable skill o develop and help you in life. While working on your school work, avoid using social networking, television, and other distractions.

Reach Out For Help

It is very important not to wait to ask for help. If you are struggling contact a classmate, teacher, or school administrator immediately. There are many support channels available to you and it is the school's job to make them available. Please don't wait to ask for help and the problems become compounded and harder to deal with.

Helpful Websites and Online Resources

Below are some links that may be helpful you if you are stuck on a problem or need some assistance with your studies!


Khan Academy - Math tutorials and practice


English/Writing Tools


An easier way to memorize those difficult vocabulary terms is to use Quizlet! You can create your own account and add your terms for any of your classes and try the different features to test yourself. http://www.quizlet.com

Noodle Tools

Use this resource to create in-text parenthetical citations and a Works Cited page (MLA format). www.noodletools.com/index.php

  • Click "Sign In" in the upper left hand corner and click "Create a Personal ID." IMPORTANT: Your account needs to be linked to the Palisades High School Library Subscription, which is the first bulleted option.
  • School ID/Username: Palisades
  • Password: pirates (case sensitive)
  • Create your own account. (School login and password is recommended.)
  • Click "Create a New Project," and cite away! (MLA Advanced Setting recommended.)

OWL Purdue University

Grammar, writing, and MLA formatting resource: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl


This website provides a multitude of resources for Biology review and practice along with helpful links to assist you in preparing for the Biology Keystone Exam. https://www.palisadessd.org/Page/1259

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