Crash course in Astronomy: A 45 episode YouTube series presented by Phil Plait 'The Bad Astronomer'. It is based on a university level introductory astronomy course.
LearnToStargaze: Canadian John Read's YouTube channel. A practical guide to stargazing with the naked eye as well as with telescopes and binoculars. John's excellent 'how to' books are possible gifts. He also covers introductory imaging.
NightSkyGazing: Describes easy targets for observations, explains telescope types and characteristics, describes first steps for astrophotography
Finder charts: Use this link to create custom finder charts for solar system objects.
SkyPortal app by Celestron: For Android and iOS. Similar to SkySafari. It includes audio files for many objects and, best of all, it's free.
iTelescope: A not-for-profit, iTelescope.net is the world's premier network of Internet connected telescopes, allowing members to take astronomical images of the night sky. There are 20 publicly accessible telescopes across four observatories in both hemispheres.
Sky News Magazine: Previously edited by Terry Dickinson, now by Phil Groff and Randy Atwood
UWO meteor science department: Dr. Peter Brown and his team are worldwide authorities on meteor science. UWO has installed an all-sky camera, part of over a dozen that constantly monitor the night sky for bright meteors with the aim of recovering any potential meteorites that may have reached Earth. The live camera image is available