URL:http://www.case.edu/chsl/homepage.htm (Case login frequently required) Coverage: The collections at the Health Center Library cover the life science, biology, dentistry, nursing, and nutrition. The Allen Memorial Medical Library houses clinical medicine and surgery, public health, health services administration, legal medicine, and the history of medicine. The Dittrick Medical History Center in the Allen offers a distinguished collection of rare books, museum artifacts, archives, and images. Description: The combined collections total over 475,000 volumes including electronics and collectibles and over 2500 journal subscriptions both print and electronic within scope. Both libraries are open to the public for in-house use of most materials.
URL:http://www.oaister.worldcat.org/ Union catalog of millions of records. Coverage: OAIster contains records of digital resources from open-archive collections worldwide. Resources inclued: digitized books and journal articles, digital text, audio files, video files, photographic images, data sets and, thesis & resarch papers. Additionally OAIster records are fully accessible through WorldCat.org. Format: Weekly updates, PDF, HTML, international Description: Union catalog of millions of digital resources. Access to digital resources is provided by "harvesting" metadata records. Currently, it has more than 23 million records representing digital resources from more than 1,100 contributors. Searchable by keyword, author, title, subject & language.
URL:http://medethicsfilms.stanford.edu/ Program in Bioethics & Film Coverage: A program of the Center for Biomedical Ethics that produces films to inspire critical thinking about ethical dilemmas in healthcare. The films can be purchased from several distributors. Description: "The Program in Bioethics and Film, launched in 1998 under the leadership of Dr. Maren Grainger-Monsen, specializes in producing innovative films on biomedical ethics. The films are created to inspire both medical students and the general public to experience and question the magnitude of the ethical dilemmas in healthcare facing our society today."