This website shows fieldwork all over the globe, with descriptions of the work being done, the cost of volunteering for each dig, and other useful information. This is a great place to keep an eye on if you are studying archaeology, as there is some credit-based fieldwork.
This website has a variety of quizzes focused on human anatomy and physiology. For new learners, they are fun and simple. For biology students, the quizzes aren't terribly in-depth, but they are a great refresher.
An online database that lists 260 authors with descriptions of their life, and summaries and forums on books and poems written by each author.
A digital website created for internet users to access high-quality images from anatomical atlases from the National Library of Medicine (in the U.S.A.).
A fantastic website for writers - this website has accurate and creative generators for fantasy and folklore, real places and locations, pop culture, descriptions, and hundreds more!
For writers looking for a specific word, or simply if you want to learn new vocabulary, this website has an A-Z list of words I doubt you have heard before.