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Student Publication & Presentation Opportunities (information for undergraduate & graduate students wishing to present their work at conferences or to publish it in student philosophy journals)

American Philosophical Organization (APA) publications (free)
APA Guide to Graduate Programs (free download)
Philosophical Gourmet (a ranking of departments, graduate programs, etc., in philosophy)

Hippias / Noesis (web search engine for philosophy)
Episteme Links (a broad gateway to philosophy resources on the internet)
InPhO - Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project (philosophy search tools for students, researchers, programmers and scholars.  InPhO's taxonomy browser provides an entry point for finding information on philosophical ideas on the web. It allows one to explore related ideas and conduct focused searches at the SEP, Noesis (see below), and Google Scholar with a single click. The ontology currently covers philosophical ideas, thinkers, and journals.)

SEP: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy 
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy 

Leiter Reports (philosophy news, blogs, gossip, etc.)
Directory of Open-Access Journals (searchable database of scholarly journals online, all subjects and languages)

PhilPapers (a comprehensive directory of online philosophy articles and books by academic philosophers; the site monitors journals in many areas of philosophy, as well as archives and personal pages; it also accepts articles directly from users, who can provide links or upload copies; some features require one to sign in, but creating an account is free)
 
PhilEvents (a calendar of academic events and calls for papers in philosophy around the world; one can track upcoming events of interest based on criteria like distance from one's place of residence and topics of interest; PhilEvents is integrated with PhilPapers, and one can sign in on using one's PhilPapers account for customization
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Phylo  (Phylo explores connections among individuals and institutions in academic philosophy. The database currently contains 17,331 professional philosophers, most of whom studied or taught in North America in the 19th, 20th, or 21st centuries. Phylo's philosophy job wiki is an up-to-date, user-annotated catalog of job  openings in academic philosophy. It enables academic job-seekers to share information about the philosophy job market. The primary purpose of the wiki is to let job seekers share information about the current status of jobs in philosophy. For instance, it allows job-seekers to find out when a particular school has scheduled interviews or made an offer.)
 
TPM Online ( = The Philosophers'  Magazine)
Philosophy News (the latest news, events, books, jobs, and resources in philosophy)
Philosophy Updates (conferences, calls for papers, employment and funding opportunities)
Philosophy Now (British philosophy journal aimed at the educated public)
Institute for Philosophy in Public Life (a bridge between academic philosophy and the general public)

Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (professional reviews of recent books in philosophy)
The Philosopher's Eye (new books and resources for the philosophy community)
Plurilogue (online reviews of new scholarly books, journal issues, and articles in philosophy and poli-sci

Philosopher's Digest (short reviews of articles in academic philosophy journals)
Books-and-Ideas.net (just what it says: a really interesting place where one can participate) 

Zeno's Coffeehouse (award-winning site for philosophical puzzles and dilemmas)
No Dogs or Philosophers Allowed (philosophy in different media)
Pathways to Philosophy (portal to distance learning programs in philosophy, etc.)
PhiloSophos (open learning resources in philosophy) 
Ethics Updates (resources on current ethics literature, both professional and popular)

Philosophy Podcasts (Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, U. of Oslo, Norway) 
50 Best Podcasts in Philosophy  (good collection, easily downloaded)
Oxford University Podcasts (in philosophy and other humanities areas)
philosophy bytes (podcasts of top philosophers interviewed on byte-sized topics)
SuchThatCast (podcast site dedicated to introducing various contemporary philosophers, particularly those in phil of technology, .. psychology, and ethics)

iai: Institute of Arts & Ideas (videos of lectures, panels, debates, etc. on philosophy and other subjects) 
ThinkingAloud (video interviews with contemporary philosophers on various topics) 
Minerva (owltastic philosophy podcasts)
 

Stone Links (NYT philosophy blog by "The Opinionator")
Philosophy Experiments (interactive philosophy programs & games -- downloadable) 
"Ten-Minute Puzzle" (U. of Aberdeen -- podcasts about problems in contemporary philosophy)

RadioLab (radio episodes and podcasts on the intersection of science and philosophy)
Philos?phy Talk  (a program that questions everything except your intelligence) 
Why?Radio (a live, call-in philosophy talk show!)  



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