• documentaryheaven.com. Literally hundreds of streaming documentaries, all arranged by topic. All free.
  • No Excuse List – Includes sources for everything you can want.
  • Reddit Resources – Reddit’s List of the best online education sources
  • Khan Academy - Educational organization and a website created by Bangladeshi-American educator Salman Khan, a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School. The website supplies a free online collection of micro lectures stored on YouTube teaching mathematics, history, healthcare and medicine, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, economics, cosmology, organic chemistry, American civics, art history, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and computer science.
  • Wolfram Alpha – Online service that answers factual queries directly by computing the answer from structured data, rather than providing a list of documents or web pages that might contain the answer as a search engine might. Unbelievable what this thing can compute; you can ask it near anything and find an answer.
  • MIT OpenCourseWare – Initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to put all of the educational materials from its undergraduate- and graduate-level courses online, partly free and openly available to anyone, anywhere.
  • Open Yale Courses – Provides free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.
  • Team Treehouse – Alternative to Codecademy which has video tutorials.
  • Think Tutorial – Database of simple, easy to follow tutorials covering all aspects of popular computing. Includes lots of easier, basic tasks for your every day questions or new users.
  • edX – Massive open online course platform founded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University to offer online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to a worldwide audience at no charge. Many other universities now take part in it, including Cal Berkeley. Differs from most of these by including “due dates” with assignments and grades.
  • Education portal – Free courses which allow you to pass exams to earn real college credit.
  • uReddit – Made by Redditors for other Redditors. Tons of different topics, varying from things like science and art to Starcraft strategy.
  • iTunes U – Podcasts from a variety of places including universities and colleges on various subjects.
  • Stack Exchange – Group of question and answer websites on topics in many different fields, each website covering a specific topic, where questions, answers, and users are subject to a reputation award process. Stack Overflow is used for programming, probably their most famous topic. Self-moderated with reputation similar to Reddit.
  • 650 free courses: http://www.openculture.com/freeonlinecourses
  • FreeRice.com - FreeRice is a website that is rather unique in what it does. The main concept behind FreeRice is pretty simple, you play a game where you need to guess the right answer. For each right answer, the site donates 10 grains of rice through the UN World Food Program to help end hunger. You can choose Art, English, Chemistry, Geography, Language learning and Math. You can change your subject at any time and still keep your grains with you! All questions are multiple choice with only one correct answer. So by answering questions correctly you feed hungry people and at the same time improve your vocabulary.
  • There’s a fantastic BBC radio show called In Our Time, whose entire library is available online for free. Every week they release a round table discussion on subjects relating to philosophy, history, culture, religion and science.
  • Prezi (create presentations where you can zoom in and out): http://www.prezi.com (it’s easy and they have lots of templates to choose from)
  • Wallwisher (“We give you a blank page (a wall). You put anything you want on it, anywhere. Simple, yet powerful!”): http://wallwisher.com/
  • The Homework Generator: http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=775
  • The Learning Event Generator: http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=737
  • The Geography Event Generator: http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=740
  • Marvel Comic Producer: http://marvel.com/games/play/34/create_your_own_comic
  • Dvolver Movie Maker (for monologues and dialogues): http://dvolver.com/moviemaker/index.html
  • The Guardian Teacher Network: http://www.guardian.co.uk/teacher-network
  • ActiveTeach (for Maths and Science teachers): As well as having an electronic version of the book, ActiveTeach contains great videos and lots of helpful teaching resources. It’s free and straightforward to use, with no registration or password needed: http://www.mathsandscience2012.co.uk/activeteach/
  • Hwb – the all Wales Learning Platform: https://hwb.wales.gov.uk/Home/Pages/Home.aspx?lang=en
  • Sporcle - provides fun and addictive quizzes. Games range from trivial diversions to educational study guides.
  • Makebeliefscomix.com - includes more than 350 graphic writing prompts in 50 categories to help students write and express themselves.
  • PrintablePaper – 1,066 papers you can download and print for free. They’ve got graph paper, lined paper, financial paper, music paper, games and more.