College Women: Documenting the History of Women in Higher Education is an online searchable collection of records and histories from the archives of the ‘Seven Sisters’, the earliest women’s colleges in the US.
East End Suffragette Map by Vicky Stewart (on Spitalfields Life) is an interactive map of the East End of London.
History to Herstory: Yorkshire Women’s Lives Online, 1100 to the Present is an online project created by the University of Huddersfield and the West Yorkshire Archive Service.
National Collaboration for Women’s History Sites (US) has produced maps and resources about women’s history sites across the US.
National Women’s History Project (US) celebrates diverse women’s history and has produced learning resources and promotional materials to make women’s history more visible.
Open University: The Real Wonder Women of the C20th was produced for International Women’s Day 2014 and profiles 60 pioneering and influential women.
TrowelBlazers celebrates women in archaeology, geology, and palaeontology.
Women on the Map is part of the mobile application Field Trip. The app notifies the user when they are near a location where a woman made history.
Women’s Walks by The Women’s Library and Arts Council England is a mobile phone app that traces archival documents and sites around London.