This page was created for a PF 321 class at Franklin University. PF 321 at Franklin University prepares students to be ready to be successful in their academic and professional ventures. This course includes strategies for improving soft skills encourages students to use electronic tools to participate in an online environment. The way the course is set up is set to mirror teamwork found in the professional settings.
Grammarbook.com was recommended by the Professor as one of three websites that may prove helpful in our research papers. The main page of the website is very busy and distracting. It has a look of an advertisement instead of a scholarly site intended to be used by students.
Users can get into the meat of the site and find information on grammar by clicking on one of the links listed in its menu located to the right of the left bank of ads. The navigation menu is an almost grey font color. If I had not accidentally hovered over them with my mouse there is a good chance I would have missed it all together and went to one of the other links listed by the professor.
Overall, once I got passed my overly critical web designer mental blocks of looking at the page, it proved quite useful for English grammar rules.