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This annotated list of links should be of value to a wide range of academics across disciplines, levels and types of institutions. Links focusing on a particular discipline are generally not included (you are assumed to already have them), except in cases where they provide information that can be used across fields and levels.

Links are listed under the five categories used to classify postings on Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List:

Please send comments and suggestions for additional links (particularly from outside the United States) to

Tomorrow's Academy

Online Education Resources, Degree Information & Subject Guides

Accredited Colleges Online

Learn about college accreditation, including how it works, how it affects financial aid eligibility and students’ learning experiences, and what to avoid.

Affordable Colleges Online

American Association for Higher Education
An individual membership organization promoting changes higher education. 
Of particular interest: In-depth material on such subjects as faculty roles and rewards, programs for the promotion of institutional change, and teaching learning and technology.

American Association of University Professors
Defends academic freedom and tenure, advocates collegial governance, and develops policies ensuring due process
Of particular interest: Academe, post-tenure review, part-time faculty

American Council on Education
A forum for the discussion of major issues related to higher education 
Of special interest: Minorities and women in higher education

Best Online Colleges 
A good way to compare and contrast the multitude of online colleges
Of particular interest: Finding the best On-Line College for You section

Change Magazine
The AAHE magazine of higher learning
Of particular interest: Thoughtful, in-depth articles

The Chronicle of Higher Education
THE weekly magazine on higher education
Of particular interest: Full access on-line to subscribers, most articles designed for easy printing and e-mail distribution

The National Teaching & Learning Forum
Stimulating insight from colleagues eager to share new ways of helping students reach the highest levels of learning.
Of particular interest: partnership with Tomorrow’s Professor Mailing List, institutional site license available.

Top MBA Degree Rankings Table


Online Higher Education Industries



Online Master's Degree Programs

The Other Side of the College Experience
Online Associates Degree

Online College Plan

A College Student's Guide to Test Preparation

Online University

Special Needs Resources

Low Vision Internet Access

Filtering Sensory Processing Issues At Home

Cleaner Indoor Air & Chemical Sensitivities Campaign

Home Modifications for Disabilities - Checklists and Funding

Home Modifications and Selling Your Home

Special Needs' Safety Near Construction Sites

Renters’ Rights for Tenants with Disabilities

Moving for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Finding Credible Medical Information and Advice

Top Accredited MBA Programs Online


Ultimate Guide to University Admission Interviews - EtonX

The guide showcases some of the most comon questions asked during an interview, as well as tips on how students can best answer them.


Guide to UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admi9ssion Service): Your One-Stop Guide

This is a useful, step-by-step guide for parents whose children are applying to university through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The guide explores a good range of issues in a detailed but easily accessible way. It provides information to help parents through the application process, including important considerations such as visas, disabled access, and funding. It even offers practical tips and advice such as choosing courses and universities, filling out the education and employment sections of the application, how to write the best personal statement, how to get references, and submitting the application itself. It also has a section on the benefits of mentorship by letting students and parents know that help is available from tutors who have been through the same process themselves.

Tomorrow's Graduate Students and Postdocs

Association for Support of Graduate Students
A service organization of graduate students, graduate-student organizations (GSOs), and graduate-degree-granting institutions.
Of particular interest: Thesis News, Doc-Talk.

Find the Graduate School That's Right for You

Graduate Student Resources
Getting in, getting through, and getting out of graduate school
Of particular interest: Advice Section, Funding Sources

GRIN Empowering Creators - Blog on Millenial Generation

Jobs in Higher Education -
Internet resources for the academic job hunter
Of particular interest: Faculty Positions by Institution and Discipline

Preparing Future Faculty
National network on programs for the preparation for the full range of faculty roles subsumed by the terms teaching, research, and service.
Of particular interest: Links to Campus Based programs, Resources for Faculty and Graduates Students

resource listing best and free courses online. It has purposive and useful links to free courses for almost all subjects and we are also making continuous efforts to furnish the blog with handy links to free courses

The Ultimate Guide to Completing an Applications Form

Tomorrow's Academic Careers

Remote Working & Mental Health: A Young Professional’s Guide

Grammar Checker

Guide to Writing a Career Development Plan




Global Faculty Jobs is the leading international job board for careers in academic, research, science and related professions. Launched in 1998 by the University of Warwick, now advertises for over 7,000 organisations worldwide including universities, research institutions, colleges, charities and commercial organisations.  
Of particular interest: Professors, Assistant Professors, Lecturers, Postdoctoral Researchers, PhDs looking for job opportunities


The International Professors Project (IPP)
is a global network of Professors who have begun working as academic "citizens of the world on university campuses in the developing world.

National Science Foundation – Education – Faculty Development
Of particular interest: Over 100 on-line documents related to faculty development

Tomorrow's Teaching and Learning

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
International research center for research and policy studies about teaching
Of particular interest: The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL)

Teaching Discounts Guide: The Ultimate List of Stores


Faculty Development Associates
Online Resources

English and Maths Education and Beyond

This site is focused on astronomy and telescope reviews. Its' goal is to provide resources for people looking for solid, trusted advice and guidance on how to get started in amateur astronomy.

Tomorrow's Research

American Educational Research Association
Seeks to improve educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results.
Of particular interest: Resources for Researchers

Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) 
national information system designed to provide users with ready access to an extensive body of education-related literature. 
Of particular interest: ERIC database, world's largest source of education information. is a leading internet higher education job marketplace. It was designed to meet the unique recruitment requirement for universities, colleges, and other academic organizations.
The post of job is free at promotion stage. After the promotion stage, only a very low fee will be charged. The post of PostDoc job is always free at this site. In addition, provides tools to fulfill the unique recruitment need for faculty or small research groups. 
Of particular interest: Jobs in Academic Organizations