Methods Commons, methodi.ca. Partnership of the DiRT and TaPoR.
"The Methods Commons is a collection of “recipes”, or step-by-step guides to how to apply digital tools to scholarly problems. Many of these recipes illustrate how to use multiple tools together, which provides additional, helpful context for DiRT users exploring how they might incorporate particular tools into their project."
"The DiRT Directory is a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software."
Your professional organization may provide a list of recommended digital tools for research and teaching in your discipline. Some examples:
Digital History Resources (American Historians Association)
Infocliio.ch digital toolbox (Swiss historians). Curated; entries are in French, German and Italian but links lead to English language content. (Personal favorite.)
Lynda.com Suite of training resources; over 1400 courses and 82,000 videos in streaming video format, with new material is added every week. Courses at different skill levels in over 140 specialties including 3D and Animation; Audio; Business including Microsoft Office and Google; Design; Developer; Photography and Video; and Web and social media. (Cornell University Library licensed resource).
Useit.com Web usability tools and news
GitHub Massive codehost hub; open to the public for public projects: closed for private projects.
Zotero Groups: Getting Started with Data, Tools, and Platforms These are the resources assembled for that HILT 2015 course.