Check out Google Books (plenty of public domain books)
Burmese Reader (1894)
A Burmese by Ear (a free course)
Cornell has a nice site for Burmese Script Animations, but they only cover the consonants.
This omniglot chart shows the vowels and tones.
Asia Pearl Travels - Free online colloquial Burmese lessons. It was written by an engineer, not a language teacher.
Lesson 33 deals with the script, and includes all those other markings and swirls and things.
The So You Want To Learn A Language website contains a list of materials for studying Burmese.
I assume that you are familiar with the Routledge Colloquial series of language guides, for which the scope is often deliberately limited to meeting the basic communication needs of a traveller. The audio files are now freely available.
Also, you might wish to amuse yourself with the lessons on the following free online courses ...
Free Online Colloquial Burmese
Learn Burmese Online
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