Find it at: http://www.youtube.com/education/
There are thousands of videos from all over the world, teaching different subjects and topics. The videos there are actually of high quality and you can at one look decide which video is good based on the number of likes versus the number of dislikes.
Apple iTunes University
Find it at: http://www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/
The only unfortunate news about this excellent resource is that it is only available for apple customers. Students can play video or audio lectures and take notes that are synchronized with the lecture. They can read books and view presentations. See a list of all the assignments for the course and check them off as they’re completed. It also integrates with iBooks for a great user experience.
Find it at: http://www.twitter.com/
You must be shocked to see twitter in this list. Isn’t Twitter a place where youths just shoot off their thoughts? There is a huge sharing community of teachers, educators and students on Twitter, sharing resources, strategies and tips. How do you get access to this? We are going to provide some hashtags to aid your search – #engchat, #books, #grammar, #litchat, #teachingenglish, #amwriting, #writing, and #writetip.
Enjoy yourselves and if you do find more resources, do share with each other.