Here are some resources
The ultimate reference is:
- Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised, 11th edition, published 2011 (It has been announced that the 12th edition will be published in 2020 and available in August.)
If you want to know how best to run a meeting and how to handle a motion, one of the following books would help you:
- Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised In Brief (2011)
- Robert’s Rules of Order for Dummies (2016)
These books may be ordered wherever you buy books, such as Amazon, or through the National Association of Parliamentarians website.
Please refrain from trying to learn about meeting rules by asking only the Internet. That is a perilous enterprise.
There are two organizations in the United States for professional parliamentarians, and both offer accreditation:
- National Association of Parliamentarians (parliamentarians.org)
- American Institute of Parliamentarians (aipparl.org)
There is an excellent site that you might find helpful if you have a lot of questions: RobertsRules.com
And if you would like to test yourself on your parliamentary knowledge, there is a study aid of 300 questions at 300questions.org. This will give you feedback on how you are doing.