The following resources are study tools to support your learning.
Quizlet: this website allows users to make free digital flashcards as a learning tool. You can review your course’s content with these flashcards and games.
Flash cards - good for vocabulary terms, concepts, figures in history
Games: Quizzing yourself through games (“write,” “gravity,” and “match”)
(available when you click on a set of flashcards)
Available online and as an app on Apple and Android
(the free option has most of the needed amenities)
Good for studying terms for exams, but you may also want to make physical flashcards if that is more effective for your studying, as writing helps your brain remember information more successfully.
Go Conqr Mindmap: this tool allows students to “connect the dots” to visualize their learning
good for understanding big ideas and the “branches” of the main concept.
These videos can help you grasp concepts within the course.
Youtube: this website has scores of videos on a a variety of topics
A simple search of “women’s studies crash course” brings up a lot of videos about basic topics of women’s history and gender socialization
ABC’s of LBGT: a YouTube video series by artist, advocate, and author Ash Hardell on LGBT identity
Series to better understand gender diversity, sexuality diversity, etc
Here are websites with links that can enrich your understanding of the course, as well as support your research assignments.
Drew University Library Research Resources by subject: visit this page for links to databases that are geared specifically towards Women's and Gender Studies.
Links include Archives of Sexuality and Gender, GenderWatch, and more.
National Women’s Studies Association: the organization for women’s and gender studies
This page has links to journals of gender, women’s, feminist, and sexuality studies.
Women’s Studies resources (compiled by the University of Georgia)
Organized by topic and community of women and LGBT people.
More resources (compiled by the Berkeley Library)
Links to databases as well as overviews of women’s studies
Questions? Need Help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew University Library, http://www.drew.edu/library