Interactive materials covering many science topics in the secondary school curriculum.
The Wellcome Trust’s series is a free post-16 resource exploring issues around biology and medicine.
Largest collection of writings by and about Darwin online.
The DNALC family of websites includes 2- and 3-D animations, scientist interviews (including 12 Nobel laureates!), historical images, and teaching aids.
Aid the learning of Human Anatomy with diagrams, podcasts and revision questions
An interactive film from New Scientist about how the brain works
Official site of the Nobel prize providing educational resources
Interactive science e-sources.
Resources (worksheets, activities etc.) on plants/plant science and includes careers in science.
Challenging and engaging activities for students of different age groups.
Free e-books from Project Gutenberg covering science, literature, history, much more.
BrainPOP explains the world through animated movies, educational games, interactive quizzes, informational texts, online activities, and more.
Free educational resources on a range of subjects.
A daily growing list of freely downloadable ebooks, documents and lecture notes found all over the internet.
A website covering high school and university level topics.
A US website with videos, animations, and simulations on general education subjects
An education source, including homework tips
Information and tools so parents & teachers can help children and teens develop the critical thinking skills they need for interacting with the media
A fun, innovative, learning environment built around videos from the NBC News Archives
View and share free educational material in small modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports or other academic assignments.
Websites and apps to help you with you homework, coursework or exams.