Dissertation Reviews: Ottoman and Turkish Studies: founded in 2010, Dissertation Reviews is a site featuring overviews of recently defended, unpublished doctoral dissertations in a wide variety of disciplines across the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Hakkı Tarık Us Collection is a Digital archive of Ottoman periodicals. All the digitized data are now available both at the Beyazit State Library and at TUFS Library in Tokyo. Some of them have already been published on the Internet as a part of the C-DAT community of TUFS.
Historians of the Ottoman Empire is a project initiated in the Fall of 2003 that aims at filling an extensive gap in the field of Ottoman Studies by offering scholars a major bio-bibliographical reference book on Ottoman historians.
H-Turkis the H-Net/TSA network for Ottoman and Turkish studies.
İlahiyat makaleler veri tabani is a database of articles on Islamic studies published by Theology Faculties in Turkey and managed by İSAM - İslam Araştırmaları Merkezi.
IRCICA: Farabi Digital Library includes digital Salname's: Ottoman Yearbooks, and a collection of official Ottoman State Yearbooks (Salname). Note that registration is required to access some features.
The Turkology Annual was founded by Andreas Tietze (†) and György Hazai. It is a systematic bibliography for Turkology and Ottoman studies. Experts from all over the world contribute to its compilation, which is funded by several institutions including the UNESCO.
Turkic Languages is University of Michigan's online sources for Turkic languages.