This is a one of my favourite websites for simple, clear and valid content for learning about evolutionary processes and patterns from Berkeley:
Heaps of wonderful images, explanations and examples for revision or note-taking.
TRIPLE HELIX RESOURCES
is focused on the provision of quality biology and general science teaching materials.
Their aim is to produce resources that will not only help teachers to teach and students to learn but will also encourage a lifelong fascination with science and the living world
Struggling to get your head around role of polyploidy in speciation, adaptive radiation and such like?
This page brings those concepts into focus using New Zealand examples.
Check out the rest of the Evolution for Teaching site for information on ‘Human Evolution’, `Darwin & Religion’, Earth’s History & Evolution’ and `Theories, Hypotheses, & Laws’.
A good authoratative site from University of Waikato with a links to glossary & a useful FAQ page.
From “The science of Biology”
Introduction to speciation [allopatric, sympatric, parapatric].
Good intro, a bit American…