This page contains doorways (links) to a number of what I call “resource centers” I have devised to help you in my courses. Each resource center contains several sorts of things. First, “passive tutorials,” that is, short readings on how to do something—say, cite a source or structure a paper. Second, “interactive tutorials,” that is, interactive programs that give you additional practice on some skill—say, constructing truth tables or identifying arguments. Third, links to either articles or video presentations that supplement what is discussed in class—say, links to lectures on egoism or natural rights ethics. Fourth, suggestions for term paper topics (in those classes that require them). I am constantly developing these resource centers…some are fairly nearly finalized, others are just being developed. I welcome all suggestions for improving any of them. To open any of the centers, just right-click on its name.