OnlineMathDegrees.org, a not-for-profit resource for students wishing to pursue a mathematics degree online, has published 101 Prime Resources on Advanced Mathematics, a useful resource with numerous web resources on mathematics education and research.

Some of the items listed include:

- American Mathematical Society blogs, an interesting collection of blogs edited by Brie Finegold, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Arizona, and Evelyn Lamb, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Utah.
- Encyclopedia of Mathematics, an open-access resources covering many subdisciplines of mathematics.
- The Pi-Search Page, an online facility to search whether a given decimal string appears in the first 200 million digits of pi.
- Boyer-Moore Theorem Prover, a fully automatic theorem prover.
- Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences”, which searches an extensive database for an input initial string of integers. This is extremely useful for many experimental mathematics investigations.
- Wolfram Research MathWorld site, which provides information on a large number of mathematical topics.