The Stanford University Library offers a site specifically for Medieval Latin Palaeography, which links to a variety of resources.
Another site that may be helpful for those trying to learn medieval palaeography is Medieval Writing, which includes exercises for the student.
A site offering learning aids for both medieval and early modern palaeography is the Introduction to Palaeography website presented by Dave Postles, University of Leicester, the REED editor for Nottinghamshire.
Palaeography — Developing the National Resource focuses on specifically English documents and includes links to research sites.
For manuscript images, see the list of images available on the Bodleian Library’s website, the Scriptorium, or the Digital Scriptorium. Of general REED, as well as MSS, interest is the DScriptorium, which includes MSS pages and miniatures from the Jeu de Robin et Marion and the Mystere dou jour dou jugement.
Archives, Libraries, and Other Repositories
Access to Archives (A2A) is an ongoing project at the British National Archives. The goal is to put the catalogues of all the local repositories online; it’s regularly updated.
COPAC provides unified access to the catalogues of some of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland.
The Folger Shakespeare Library Collections
The British National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office) offer ARCHON, a listing of all online archives and record offices in the British Isles; the National Register of Archives; and the online National Archives Catalogue, formerly PROCAT.
The National Union Catalogue of Manuscripts Collections has a web page, which also provides open access to the Research Libraries Information Network (RLIN) site.
The EDAM Project, for information on EDAM Newsletter and EDAM Review
Medieval English Theatre (METh), for listings of the contents of their published volumes
Department of English Local History at Leicester University
Local History Online offers an index of various links to local history sites.
The US Library of Congress provides Sources for Research in English Genealogy.
The first edition six-inch Ordnance Survey maps for the UK are very helpful for locating forgotten places.
A database of English clergy
The Calendar of Patent Rolls online