Students can use the site for homework and exam preparation. Hippo Campus is powered by The NROC Project, a nonprofit, member-driven group focused on new models of digital content development, distribution, and use.
Answerology users can answer each other's questions and form “Question Groups” that track the questions on a homework topic.
If you find yourself wishing you had a tutor to guide you through a difficult math problem or essay question, free websites offer you the ability to ask questions and get answers online. Answers lets users ask questions and receive answers from fellow users.
Topics include arts and the humanities, science, and mathematics, and education and reference.
Questions are answered on the website by linguistics students and faculty at Indiana University's Linguistics Department.
Responses focus on language and language analysis regarding issues with substantial linguistic content or content of wide interest within the discipline.
Math has been going since 1994 and has a wealth of answers to a broad range of readers' questions.
New questions may be submitted at The Math Doctors.org/ask/ The answers in each of the following forums are provided by members of the forum. The list below is roughly in order of answer quality, but if course, it depends on each particular question. Physics forums - math category around 30,000 questions. The interface is very chat-like and you can see answers appearing to questions in real time. This is not a forum - it's a "computational knowledge engine".
Hosted by the University of Amherst, this site allows users to ask philosophical questions and receive responses from philosophers. The website warns submissions won't be posted if they're unintelligible, vague, clearly scientific, concern a personal problem, or have other issues.
You can search to see if your question has already been answered.