Centre for Clinical Interventions has a page with online learning modules about overcoming procrastination.
University of Manchester has an eLearning resource to help you understand the procrastination cycle
Why Procrastinators procrastinate the first in a two-part series gives an approachable introduction to procrastination, rational decision making and panic to gain an understanding of procrastination.
How to beat procrastination the sequel to Why Procrastinators Procrastinate delves into how to beat procrastination, and in doing so become more productive.
Spotify Playlists (require an account)
Ambient Sounds - Good for those who like audio that isn't overly distracting whilst working
Stickk - Goal-setting platform with referees and stake-setting
BookIT - Book project rooms and computers in the library
Popplet - Free mind-mapping tool
Evernote - Organisational tool
Get Cold Turkey - Blocks websites to help avoid distraction and to focus on work. (Free download of basic features for windows, mac and android).
Microsoft To Do - Create to-do lists and prioritise tasks to increase productivity. (Free, available on Windows 10, android, and iPhone).
Slack A group commmunication and planning platform
Discord A chatlog and video/voicechat platform
Trello A visual worklog for coordinating and goalsetting projects
OneDrive A cloudshare and cloudstorage platform
OneNote A notetaking and collaboration tool that can synch across devices and have multi-person access
Google Drive A cloudshare and cloudstorage platform, and a colloborative document editor
Google Hangouts A chat, voice- and video-call platform in the Google suite of tools