Forensic Science Organizations
  American Association for Laboratory Accreditation
  Forensic Specialties Accreditation Board
  Southwestern Association of Forensic Document Examiners
  American Academy of Forensic Sciences
  American Society of Questioned Document Examiners
  Southeastern Association of Forensic Document Examiners
  Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists
  Canadian Society of Forensic Science
Forensic Science Degrees that include courses in Forensic Document Examination
  Oklahoma State University
  Marshall University Forensic Science Center
Legal Issues
  Daubert on the Web
  Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals
  Kumho Tire Co., Ltd., et al. v. Carmichael et al.
  US v Paul
Forensic Science

A Beginner's Primer on the Investigation of Forensic Evidence by KIM KRUGLICK (click "cancel" if asked for password)

General Interest to FDEs

American Society for Testing and Materials - Every document examiner should be a member

  English Handwriting 1500-1700: An online course - "Palaeography - The study of ancient writing"
  Federal Reserve - Interesting facts about money
  Identifont - Identify a font by answering a few questions - Scan text, upload the image, and this site will attempt to identify the font
  Virtual Typewriter Museum - A virtual museum, based on private collections from around the world
  A Bookbinding Tutorial - by Douglas W. Jones, of the University of Iowa
  Omniglot - A guide to writing systems 
  National Criminal Justice Reference Service - NCJRS is a Federally-sponsored information resource that assists practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and others involved with criminal and juvenile justice, drug policy, and victimization
  The Unicode site
  The Unicode character index
  The Unicode Glossary
  The Unicode Code Charts 7.0 (pdf – 93.14 MB)
  The Unicode Core Specification 6.2 (pdf – 11.5 MB)
  What is a Document Examiner?