1. Financial Aid: I found this was a great tool for me because I found out there are different funding options that are available to me, including scholarships, state grants, and employer programs. I like how she said that different students come from different backgrounds, with different financial needs. I like how it told me what financial aid is, and where it comes from. And last about the two different types of loans, subsidized and unsubsidized loans. * Subsidized loans are for students with financial needs, and no interest paid while in school. * Unsubsidized loans are not based on financial needs, and interest starts to accrue while you are in school. 2. Library: is a good tool for me, because it’s a great resource when I need to get information on certain things. From navigating the easy to use research data base, and there are also helpful tools and books that I can use. 3. Assignments: this is helpful to me because it shows me how to submit my assignments once I have them completed, and it shows me how easy it is to find your assignments once e you log in to your college, and it shows me how I can track my progress, and the grade I received. 4. Discussion: this is good because it shows the different types of discussion forums there are that I can use, and it’s a way I can communicate with my instructor and classmates. 5. Classroom: this is where I will learn how to use the course syllabus, learning objectives, materials and assignments that I need for each course, and it explains which page I will be using the most off for my assignments. 6. Introduction: this is how I can manage my assignments, and explore the main page, and it’s also another great way to interact with my classmates.