We have had a number of posts looking for resources that give broad overviews of methods or whole branches of matter modeling (e.g. Is there any recent beginner's reference on materials informatics?, I am a beginner in DFT. What are some resources that could help me to learn the basics?, What are good resources to learn Materials Modeling?, Are there any online course/video lectures available on Density functional theory?).
Many of these questions have been closed and I agree this should be the case. However, I believe a single compiled community list could be a valuable resource and would act as the primary post to which we could redirect duplicates. This has been done with great success on the Chemistry SE and I think the idea would translate well here.
Is this something the community would want?
We could collect resources to go into this post over time. Taking the chemistry post as an example, they have subsections for various chemical disciplines and these are further subdivided by topic and difficulty (beginner, intermediate, advanced). They also have categories for video and online course materials.
For now, I wanted to get feedback on what sorts of categories you would be interested in seeing in this post and whether you think this a good idea in general. Not all of this needs to be decided now, but I want the general structure of the post to determined before putting it on the main site.