* The Victorian Web Links to resources on British literature, history, and culture during the age of Victoria, compiled by Brown University.
* British Library: Victorians An illustrative tour that uses posters, pamphlets, diaries, political reports, and illustrations to tell about this seven-decade stretch of the 19th century. A set of essays by Liza Picard explore topics like "The Working Classes and the Poor" and "The Rise of Technology and Industry." This link on Victorian Literature covers Dickens and Rossetti to Penny Dreadfuls.
* NINES - Nineteenth-century Scholarship Online NINES stands for Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship and is an organization that publishes and provides enhanced access to digital research on the 19th century and serves as a peer-reviewing body for digital resources in this area. Recently added a database which catalogues early Victorian penny fiction.
* The Victorian Studies Bibliography Lists noteworthy books, articles, and reviews on the Victorian period. Compiled by the staff of the journal Victorian Studies and representatives from the Victorian Division of the Modern Language Association
* The Victorian Dictionary Compiled by Lee Jackson, an author of historical thrillers and nonfiction about Victorian London, this site is a searchable collection of excerpts from books, pamphlets, academic works and periodicals, original writings by the author, and images (including many from Punch). The site is worth a look for online researchers, although, as the author notes in his bibliography, serious scholars should consult an original copy of the materials referenced.
* The Dickens Project An excellent bibliography of critical studies of Dickens' work and many useful links to research websites. From the University of California.