Helpful Websites for information on Robert's Rules:
Robert's Rules: The official home page of Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised. Includes a question-and-answer forum.
National Association of Parliamentarians: Official site of the National Association of Parliamentarians. Offers news, membership and independent study course.
American Institute of Parliamentarians: Official site of the American Institute of Parliamentarians. Parliamentary materials, correspondence courses and newsletters.
Constitution Society: The 1915 edition of Robert's Rules, maintained by the Constitution Society. Lesson outlines provided for further study.
Robert's Rules of Order: A quick reference for running meetings effectively, with summary of rules. For middle/high school students.
Survival Tips on Robert's Rules of Order: Practical tips on parliamentary procedure, updated monthly by the California State Association of Parliamentarians. A how-to site, with examples in layman's terms for the beginner.
Robert's Rules of Order Online: Full 1915 edition of Robert's Rules, with an index and a keyword search. Easy-to-use site for submitting a question, taking a parliamentary quiz, or linking to over fifty parliamentary Web sites.
Parliamentary Procedure Online: The companion to RulesOnline.com. Educational and fun Web site with brain teasers, FAQs, keyword search, Web links. Very helpful for the high school student studying parliamentary procedure.
Oklahoma State Association of Parliamentarians: Promotes the study and use of Robert's Rules of Order in Oklahoma at the state level, with links to applying them at the local units.
Professor Nelson Pena's Page: The Robert's Rules of Order text in Spanish, maintained by a professor at the University of Puerto Rico.