Announcements related to current parliamentary procedure information, sites worth visiting, questions and answers, and tips on training FFA, FBLA, SkillsUSA-VICA, BPA, TSA, FCCLA, and HOSA teams for competition.
A division of the National Association of Parliamentarians that features officers, unit goals, events, convention information, feedback, and links.
Summaries for the online study of parliamentary procedure and Robert's Rules of Order, including Frequently Asked Questions, charts on motion precedence, and tips for meetings.
Questions are answered by The National Organization For Women on motions related to a point of information, personal privilege, point of order, a parliamentary inquiry, and debate decorum.
The Associated Student Body (ASB) at Tulane University provides information on: Parliamentary situations and concepts; classes, descriptions, and purposes of motions; and the order or precedence of motions.
A glossary of parliamentary terms and phrases from Australia.
Advice from Dr. John A. Cagle, California State University, Fresno.
A complete reprint of the 1812 manual by Thomas Jefferson that was used by the United States Senate. Includes the rules of motions and how they are used.
The parliamentary procedure rules used by the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate are listed.
The use of parliamentary procedure in the U.S. House of Representatives: Principles of adding amendments, a germaneness test, committee rules, points of order, and a pocket guide on floor procedures.