This website is a blog (The Ancient World Online - AWOL) published by Charles Ellwood Jones and listing several open access e-journals relevant to ancient studies. It is constantly updated and new additions are posted regularly. In addition to accessing the e-journals directly, it is also possible to search several of them through JURN (based on Google). Both researchers and students may find useful to follow the blog and have a handy list of links ready to use.
This is the website of the Warburg Institute, a department of the University of London which aims to further the study of those elements of European art, literature and philosophy which are derived from the ancient world. The site provides a wide range of resources and includes: information on the Institute's history; details of staff and students (including information on fellowships and graduate study programmes); a programme of events; contents lists for the Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes from 1937 to the present; the Institute's newsletter; details of its publications; a link to the library catalogue and index of the Institute's photographic collection. Perhaps most usefully for researchers, the Institute's digital collections of texts can also be accessed here, with out-of-print source material on medieval and Renaissance studies available for download in PDF format. Topics covered by these e-texts include: Renaissance Platonism; sources in Italian art; sources in the history of astrology; the iconography of Christian art; and the survival of classical art.