- An Essay on General Relativity - Overview of the basic ideas and principal applications of general relativity. Written by John L. Safko for students in the self-paced astronomy courses at the University of South Carolina in 1997.
- Are There Any Good Books on Relativity Theory? - The Physics FAQs guide to relativity books; by Chris Hillman (with contributions by Nathan Urban). An extensive annotated list of semi-popular books, textbooks and background reading.
- Cambridge Relativity Public Home Page - Various pages with non-technical texts about cosmology, black holes, cosmic strings, inflation, quantum cosmology, and string theory, written by members of the Relativity Group at Cambridge University.
- Einstein Online - Information about Einstein's theories of special and general relativity and their applications; site is hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics. Includes a simple introduction, a collection of articles ("Spotlights on relativity"), and a relativistic dictionary.
- Interactive Experiments in Gravity - Try an experiment that illustrates the gravitational attraction between two objects or use a Java applet to understand how orbits work in strongly curved space-time.
- Interactive Geometric Database - Interactive database developed by Mustapha Ishak and Kayll Lake and hosted by Queen's University; allows the user to search for specific solutions of Einstein's field equations (that is, for specific model universes of general relativity).
- Introduction to General Relativity - By Gerard 't Hooft (Utrecht University); based on lectures held in 2002; a thorough introduction starting with accelerated frames and including topics such as black holes, the basics of cosmology, and gravitational radiation.
- NOVA Online/Einstein Revealed - Profile of Albert Einstein, with additional teaching resources, Shockwave demonstrations, and animations of relativity concepts.
- Physics Bookshelf - Relativity - A collection of articles about relativity
- Relativity - Provides information on the history, experiments and paradoxes of relativity.
- Relativity bookmarks - Large collection of relativity-related links by Rob Salgado (Syracuse University). Warning: page hasn't been updated since 2000, and quite a number of links are now broken.
- Relativity: List of Important Equations - Page scans from the Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics giving equations and formulas for special relativity and relativistic cosmology. Includes bibliography.
- Relativity: Special, General, and Cosmological - Sample chapters from the classical textbook by Wolfgang Rindler, as part of a "limited preview" on Google Books.
- Spacetime - General Relativity, Quantum Gravity, and the Existence of Time - A brief summary of Spacetime Theories at the beginning of the Third Millennium, and of the possibility that we live in an essentially atemporal universe.
- The Light Cone: An Illuminating Introduction to Relativity - Introduces the basic principles of relativity, the physics of special relativity, and some basic principles of general relativity. Contains a great number of helpful images and animations; site created by Rob Salgado (Syracuse University).
- The Physical Construction of Time - Papers by Igor Zlobin that analyze time deceleration effect as predicted by both relativity and special relativity theories. Some papers are in English and Russia, others only in Russian.
- Wikipedia: General Relativity Resources - Annotated list of reading material about general relativity: popular books, textbooks, books on specific topics, web courses, and websites.
- Wikipedia: Introduction to General Relativity - Encyclopedia article explaining the basic concepts, observational tests and (astrophysical) applications of general relativity.

## Media publications

- General Relativity Simulation Contest - Attempt at a content aimed at the Internet community to write a simulation program, based on a simple algorithm incorporating the laws of general relativity, that can realistically simulate the behavior of black holes, binary stars, and the twin paradox. (Published 2005-12-28 00:00:00)
- Gravitational Waves and Black Holes: An Introduction to General Relativity - An introduction by Jan-Willem van Holten (NIKHEF, Amsterdam), based on lectures given at the University of Heidelberg in 1997. (Published 1997-04-15 00:00:00)
- Numerical Relativity: Status and Prospects - Review article by Luis Lehner about the foundations of numerical relativity and recent progress in the field; particular attention is paid to simulations of black hole spacetimes. (Published 2002-02-19 00:00:00)
- Subtle is the Gravity - Review of the motivations for and basic principles of general relativity, aimed at a general audience. Written by Naresh Dadhich (IUCAA Pune), based on a lecture delivered in 2001. (Published 2001-02-03 00:00:00)