About – Stuarts OnlineAn online resource dedicated to the history of Stuart Britain funded by the (UK) Arts and Humanities Research Council, and developed by the universities of Exeter and Oxford in partnership with the Ash­molean Museum, the Bodleian Library, the Historical Association, and the Shakespeare Birthplace TrustSome of it seems aimed at teachers with lesson plans and similar, but there are also useful list of online resources, transcribed historical texts, timelines and short biographies of the major players.

From the website:

Stuarts Online is a rich resource, bringing cutting-edge scholarship on the Stuart era to a wider audience. By focusing on key moments, documents and artefacts, Stuarts Online brings this pivotal period of British political and cultural history to life, for teachers, students and the wider public.

The website contains twenty films – each centred on a key text or artefact – which explore the stories and personalities central to the history of Stuart Britain. The films are supplemented by lesson plansbiographies, timelines, and learning resources. Media products have been codeveloped and produced by Historyworks.

See the full website here: http://stuarts-online.com/