Read and watch videos about all of the exhibits in New York’s American Museum of Natural History. All of the permanent exhibits have extensive information about what is on display, and it is easy to spend hours caught up investigating.
In partnership with google street view, you can now navigate the Natural History Museum as if you were there. Admittedly the fine print on displays cannot be read, but you can certainly see all the larger boards and certain specimens have even got online listings – well worth checking out!
The AGU youtube channel (American Geophysical Union) has various geoscience videos, from virtual field trips where outcrops are explained in short videos to online conferences discussing up to date research. Another very interesting section is the career development advice for professionals already in the industry, as well as those only just starting out!
An interactive map of the Troodos Geopark in Cyprus, an undisturbed ophiolite sequence. Has 60+ geosites and mines labelled with pictures and brief descriptions of each.
If you are planning a trip to New Zealand then you should take a look at GeoTrips. The guys at GNS Science have compiled a great map-based resource to show you all the best GeoTrips in NZ.