When working on a homework assignment, sometimes you may come to a point where you cannot progress any further. Ideally, you would overcome this hurdle by yourself, but oftentimes it seems impossible. After asking your friends you may or may not have found the answer to your problem. Sometimes, it is helpful to look up guides or tutorials online. When taking a math class, if a concept was not clearly conveyed to you in class, you may be able to find tutorials for similar questions on YouTube. If not, you can always find a helpful math help website online that will teach you the concepts. I have been saved numerous times in my math classes by the hands of the internet.
My greatest find on the internet so far is a nifty website called Stack Overflow. This website is sort of a question and answer forum where people can receive help for their programming queries. Oftentimes, a computer science student will wonder how to do a certain thing. For example, if I want to know how round 2.1 up to 3, I can Google search the question and will be lead to a Stack Overflow answer. The users in Stack Overflow contain novice and skilled programmers making for helpful interactions.
Stack Overflow is actually a part of the entire Stack Exchange. In Stack Exchange you can find many different topics that range from chemistry to international travel. If you have any sort of problem, there is a great chance that you will find someone on Stack Exchange that will be able to help you.