Tutorials for the Calculus Phobe - An excellent collection of animated calculus tutorials in Flash format.
Calculus Tutorial - A well done online tutorial centered on calculus, covering from algebra to integration and Linear Algebra, from Harvey Mudd College.
The Elementary Calculus Line - Nice explanations of fundamental concepts from the HyperLearning Center.
Calculus problem sets with step-by-step solutions - At this main site you will find calculus problems with possibly the most detailed, step-by-step solutions available anywhere on the internet. It is calculus done the old-fashioned way-- one problem at a time, one easy-to-follow step at a time, with problems ranging in difficulty from easy to challenging. In addition, at these other sites you can find scanned, handwritten solutions to problems in differential calculus, integral calculus, and multi-variable calculus and infinite series.
Sample exam problems - Here are sample exams problems from first year calculus, in tex format, sorted by problem area. Feel free to modify these and use them for your own exams.
Calculus classroom demonstrations - Calculus demonstrations that you can use in the classroom to spice up your lectures and prevent those nodding heads.
Calculus with chemistry and physics as a bonus - An online interdisciplinary course from the University of Pennsylvania. Maple based.
Thinkwell.com - This is a commercial outfit which has the best online calculus course we've seen yet. Often available for a free trial period. Lectures by Prof. Ed Burger, a renowned calculus lecturer.
Finite Mathematics and Applied Calculus Resource Page - An extensive collection of online tutorials on Calculus, Finite Mathematics, and related topics. Some nice animated demonstrations.
Online math textbooks - Online math textbooks from at list maintained by George Cain, at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Skill Mastery Quizzes - Skill Mastery Quizzes based on the calculus text of Thomas, Finney, Weir and Giordano. These interactive quizzes cover a full standard calculus sequence.
Calculating the Volume of a Vase - A very nicely presented project in which the volume of a real vase is computed. From the Duke University Mathematics Department.