1. 5min Life Videopedia – instructional and how-to videos
2. Alison – free global learning experience
3. About.com – Guidance, not guesswork. 750 experts to help you
4. About.U – Courses by email
5. Academic Earth – Thousands of video lectures from the world’s top scholars
6. AllExperts – Ask any question! Allexperts.com is the oldest & largest free Q&A service on the Internet
7. Answerbag – Ask questions and share your knowledge with the world
8. Anything – Learn.Anything.Network
9. BBC Learning – a range of online-based courses that you can work through at your own pace
10. BrainHoney – a social learning environment where anyone can teach a lesson on any subject. Users can rank lessons and collaborate as they learn from each other.
12. Campusbug – combines social networking, online education, and e-commerce into a simple and easy-to-use online experience.
13. Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Institute (OLI) – OLI builds courses that are intended to enact instruction – or, more precisely, to enact the kind of dynamic, flexible, and responsive instruction that fosters learning.
14. Connexions – A place to view and share educational material made of small knowledge chunks called modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc.
15. Course Hero – a Social Learning Network built to provide students and key learning partners like professors a platform to share, meet and collaborate while accelerating their comprehension of course-related theories and concepts
16. E-Books Directory – a daily growing list of freely downloadable ebooks, documents and lecture notes found all over the internet.
17. EdSurf – The online distance education learning resource for adult students
18. Education.Podcast.com – Education podcasts from universities, colleges, students, teachers — everyone who uses podcasting to learn and to teach others
19. Encyclopdia.com – Verified facts, information, and biographies from trusted sources
20. eHow – How to do just about everything
21. Encarta – encyclpaedia, dictionaries, atlas, etc
22. Experience Project – a community of everyday people connecting anonymously through their shared life experiences & passions.
23. Expert Village – How to videos, free video clips and more
24. Flat Knowledge – Free online textbooks
25. Free and Affordable Distance Education – tutorials, courses, tests, test prep
26. Free.Ed.net – The world’s largest, fastest growing, most highly regarded source of totally free education
27. FreeSkills – over 650 free tutorials
28. FindTutorials.com – free tutorials
29. GCF Learn Free – The freedom to learn, what you want, when you want
30. Google Video – videos on all topics
31. Graspr – The instructional video network
32. Gresham College Lecture Archive – recorded lectures from Gresham College
33. Hippcampus – Free one-stop educational resource
34. Howcast – How-to videos
35. How stuff works – Online reference tool
36. HowToDoThings – “a site that solves people’s problems”
37. How To books – read free online books
38. infoplease – All the knowledge you need
39. Instructables – Make, HowTo and DIY
40. iPL – The Internet Public Library
41. iTunes Podcasts – The iTunes Store offers more than 100,000 audio and video podcasts
42. iTunes U – Faculty are using iTunes U to distribute digital lessons to their students, e.g Stangord, Trinity College Dublin, etc.
43. KnowledgeHound – The HowTo Hunter
44. LazyLibrary – Find books on any topic without having to worry about high page counts. If it’s over 200 pages, you won’t even see it
45. Learner.org – Teacher resources and teacher professional development programming across the curriculum
46. learners.org.uk – Online games and communities for adults and communities
47. Learn Everything – Expert guidance from real people searching for the best the Internet has to offer
48. LeanHub – the communities and experts to help you get ahead in education so you can get ahead in life!
49. Learning by screencast – Using screencasts to teach
50. Learningpage – provides a huge collection of professionally produced instructional materials you can download and print. Lesson plans, books, worksheets, and much more
51. LearnOutLoud – one-stop destination for audio and video learning (many free)
52. LearnThat – Free tutorials and free courses
53. LessonBItes – Provides lessons in bite sizes (like individual tracks of a CD) so you can learn what you want
54. Mahalo Answers – you can ask and answer questions on any topic
55. MindBites – Video instructional marketplace and publishing platform (Some free)
56. MindZeit – helping you develop through multimedia
57. MIT OpenCourseWare – Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT.
58. MonkeySee – HowTo videos
59. Mosio – a mobile community enabling you to text any question from your phone and have it answered by real people
60. Moving Image Archive – This library contains thousands of digital movies uploaded by Archive users which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news broadcasts, to cartoons and concerts.
61. Open2.net – the online learning portal from The Open University and the BBC.
62. OpenLearn – free access to Open University course materials.
63. Open Of Course – your education when you need it and how you need it. Free for you to use, edit and redistribute
64. Open Yale – provides free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.
65. Podcast Alley – Featuring the best Podcast Directory and the Top 10 podcasts, as voted on by the listeners.
66. PodcastDirectory – This education podcast database has been constructed and is maintained by David Noble
67. Questia – trusted online research
68. Questioon – a social utility enabling you to pose questions to Google or Real People.
69. Refdesk – Fact checker for the Internet
70. Reference.com – a multi-source encyclopedia search service
71. School of Everything – a community of people teaching and learning.
72. SchoolTube – provides students and educators a safe, world class, and FREE media sharing website that is nationally endorsed by premier education associations
73. Sclipo – helps you to teach and learn just about everything, from technology to languages or cooking, and connects you with people of common interests.
74. ShowMeNow – Packed with illustrated step-by-step tutorials, it is a witty, irreverent reference that teaches you life’s most essential skills
75. Slideshare – presentation slidesets on many different topics
76. Sofia – an open content initiative that encourages the free exchange of community college-level materials on the World Wide Web.
77. SoYouWanna.com – teaches you how to do all the things nobody taught you in school
78. Squidoo – Ideas, recommendations and more
79. SuTree – learn virtually everything by watching how to videos from all over the web.
80. TeacherTube – educational videos
81. TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) – a clearinghouse that offers free knowledge and inspiration from the world’s most inspired thinkers, and also a community of curious souls to engage with ideas and each other.
82. Tufts Open Courseware – start of a new educational movement initiated by MIT that provides free access to course content for everyone online.
83. TV Lesson – How to videos
84. Twittez – a simple Twitter application that lets you get your answers from fellow Twitters, all you have to do is tweet with “does anyone know?” with your question
85. UMass Boston OCW – free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners world wide.
86. University of the People – is the world’s first tuition-free, online academic institution and will open its virtual doors in April 2009
87. Unnecessary Knowledge – for entertaining facts and information (which might or might not be true!)
88. Video Jug – Life explained. On film.
89. Vimeo – a thriving community of people who love to make and share video
90. U-Now – University of Nottingham’s formal open courseware initiative
91. University of Southern Queensland OpenCourseWare – provides access to free and open educational resources for faculty members, students, and self-learners throughout the world
92. Ustream – watch live broadcasts, explore networks ranging from music, talk shows, sports and politics and/or review our past broadcasts.
93. WannaLearn.com – Over 350 categories of free, first-rate, family-safe online tutorials, guides and instructionally oriented websites
94. Webcast/Courses – free courses from University of Berkeley at California
95. WikiAnswers – a wiki-based Q&A project powered by contributors from all walks of life. Anyone can ask, answer or edit questions, building a global Q&A database, covering all topics.
96. Wikieducator – Free eLearning content that anyone can edit and use
97. Wikipedia – collaborative encyclopaedia
98. WikiHow – The how-to manual that anyone can write or edit
99. Wikiversity – A community for the creation and use of free learning materials and activities
100. WonderHowTo – hand-selects and curates the best instructional videos from over 1,700 websites
101. Yahoo Answers – ask, answer and/or discover
102. YouTube – videos on everything under the sun
103. YouTube EDU – aggregates all the videos from more than 100 institutions of higher education around the US.