Have you ever thought of using YouTube to help you study? YouTube (a site where users can post videos) is great for a lot of things (like looking up clips from a movie you love, watching an old TV commercial you remember from when you were a kid, viewing important political speeches, or sharing home videos with friends and family). Increasingly, it's also great for education. There are lots of short videos posted on YouTube that can help you in learning the material for your courses.
For example, what if you're taking trigonometry this semester? If you search YouTube for "trigonometry," you'll get 1,520 videos. As you scroll through, you'll see everything from basic introductions to trigonometry to really specific things like "How to solve trigonometry problems on the iPhone." Or, you can search for a particular concept you need help with. For example, if you search for "trigonometry right triangles," you will get 82 videos that focus on showing you how to solve right triangle problems.
Of course, the same thing applies to many different subjects. There are 62,000 (wow!) videos about various topics in physics. There are 236 videos on French grammar. There are 123 videos showing how to use APA citation format in your papers. You get the idea! That's a lot of help, right at your fingertips!
Try it out and see what you can find related to your classes this semester. Did the videos you found help you better understand the material you were trying to learn?