- Code Academy: Learn to code with lessons, exercises and projects.
- Math.com: Tools, resources, lessons, and practice problems for all levels of math.
- Moby Dick Big Read: Podcast audio book of Herman Melville’s novel; each chapter is read by a different narrator, including Tilda Swinton, Stephen Fry and others.
- Open Source Shakespeare
- How Stuff Works – quizzes, puzzles and games all related to science and how stuff works.
- Science of Everyday Life– the science of things in everyday life.
- Citizen Science – science research from non-specialists.
- The periodic table of elements!
- Crash Courses in Science – brief video giving a crash course in many science topics.
- The Old Bailey Online – the proceedings of the Old Bailey from 1674 to 1913.
- Crash Courses in History– brief videos about many topics in history.
- The Constitution Project– all the world’s constitutions to read and compare.
- The History of Tech- a listing of websites about the history of science, tech and industry.
- History of the World – series of podcasts that look at the history of the world through 100 objects housed at the British Museum.
- Hyper History– thousands of articles covering 3000 years of world history. Possibly designed when the Internet was first invented.
- Sporcle Geography – hundreds of fun geography quizzes. Can you name all the countries in the world?
Foreign Language Resources
- Duo Lingo – free language courses.
Art/Art History Resources