Here is a partial list of online philosophy resources that might be of immediate interest to students.
This project aims to create a dynamic taxonomy of the profession of philosophy by using artificial intelligence algorithms, statistical text processing and human feedback. The output of the InPhO project is a topic tree that allows users to pass search requests directly to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Noesis, Google and Google Scholar.
The premiere model of an evolving, organic encyclopedia, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy contains several lengthy and scholarly articles pertinent to philosophy as a whole and its many subdivisions.
Like the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), the IEP is a comprehensive representation of philosophy written by experts in the field. Unlike the SEP, however, the IEP is written at a more approachable level and may therefore provide a better start for undergraduates wishing to explore philosophical topics.
Noesis is a limited area search engine devoted to open access philosophy on the Internet. Based at the University of Evansville, this search engine is an initiative to help users find quality academic resources on all aspects of philosophy.
There are many excellent resources on the Internet relating to the cognitive and neural sciences. These range from sites dedicated to neural imagining to those with hands-on cognitive models. Those interested in the philosophy of mind and cognitive science will find plenty to engage their attention on this list of resources developed by UE's programs in the cognitive and neural sciences.
There are many societies and associations dedicated to philosophical topics. For a lengthy list, click here. Below is a partial list based on the interests of UE faculty. Visitors to this page might also be interested in the list of philosophy departments at Noesis.