Open education group posts a great list of resources for writers
The Open Education Database, a collection of online college rankings and free courses, has published what it calls “a comprehensive resource list for helping anyone to improve their writing process from start to finish.”
150 Resources to Help You Write Better, Faster, and More Persuasively, published in February, is a terrific list, despite that serial comma. It’s organized into sections, including “English Language Skills,” “Organization,” “Rhetoric” and “Word References.”
The list is not geared toward sportswriters or even journalists, but toward anyone who’s writing about anything. That means some of the links might not be of much use to any given writer—I doubt I’ll be visiting Fantasy-Writers.org soon—but almost anybody who tries to string words together can find something helpful.