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Description: An interactive anatomy study database with free access to more than 250 full-color illustrations from authoritative sources and 60 review questions. Free registration is required for access to the free resources. Individual subscriptions are available for one, three and six-month periods at two levels, Plus or Pro.
Keywords: anatomy, human anatomy, student
Provider: National Library of Medicine/Office of Research on Women's Health
Description: "This resource was created in a partnership between the National Library of Medicine Office of Outreach and Special Populations and the National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women’s Health. The purpose of this page is to present topics pertaining to women’s health collected by National Library of Medicine information products to support the mission of the Office of Research on Women’s Health to promote research in the field."
Keywords: general health, NIH, NLM, research, women
Provider: World Allergy Organization
Description: WAO provides useful allergy information and resources for health professionals and for the public. For the professional there are interactive case reports, CME modules and lectures, webinars a world calendar of conferences and meetings, and more. Under the Education in Allergy section, the Allergic Diseases Resource Center provides the layman as well as the health professional with information on causes, symptoms and treatment of specific allergies.
Keywords: allergens, allergy, CME, diagnosis, education, international, links, news, organizations, research, skin, societies
Provider: Library of Congress and UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
Description: Initiated as a joint project of the Library of Congress and UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) and launched in 2009, the World Digital Library is a curated collection of a variety of digitized items- books, art, film, periodicals and more, many of them considered primary source materials- representing the cultural identities and histories of UNESCO's member nations through every branch of learning. In the initial exploration one can view thumbnails of content according to time, place, topic, item type or institution.
Keywords: archive, books, collaborative, culture, digital, digitization, films, full text, general reference, history, history of North America, images, international, libraries, maps, monographs, multicultural, multidisciplinary, multilingual, museum, repository, research, serial
Provider: World Institute on Disability
Description: From the website: "The World Institute on Disability is an internationally recognized public policy center organized by and for people with disabilities. It works to strengthen the disability movement through research, training, advocacy and public education to help people with disabilities throughout the world enjoy increased opportunities to live independently."
Keywords: advocacy, consumer health, disability
Provider: WorldWideScience Alliance; Office of Scientific and Technical Information; International Council for Scientific and Technical Information
Description: WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway that enables the user to explore scientific databases and portals from U.S. and international sources, with the intent of accelerating scientific discovery and progress through federated search technology that facilitates deeper searching of the Web.
Keywords: federated search, gateway, international, multidisciplinary, portal, science, search
Provider: Mark S. Cohen, PhD, UCLA
Description: From the website: "Dedicated to the communication of news, science, and information of interest to the brain mapping community, and to sharing and promoting the science of brain mapping."
Keywords: brain mapping, cognition, conference, grants, jobs, medical imaging, neurology, neuroscience, news, software
Description: Xtranormal (free registration required) offers an easy way to produce short animated videos for use online. "It's free to create an Xtranormal account, to publish movies, to store projects on Xtranormal, and to use any of Xtranormal’s sharing tools. In addition though, Xtranormal offers the ability to use “premium” assets on your account – things like actors or sets that are different from the default... You’ll need purchased Xtranormal Points (XP), our virtual currency, to get these." Prices for paid features range from $5.00 to $150.00. Xtranormal films can be posted on a Youtube account or otherwise published. Individual educators can submit requests for completely free access to all resources on the Text to Movie platform when making educational-use movies. Requests are handled on a case-by-case basis and granted to verified educators. Apply via the Customer Service link.
Keywords: animation, education, free, podcasts, software, video, Web tools
Provider: Center for History and New Media, George Mason University
Description: Zotero is a free bibliographic citation manager available as a Firefox browser add-on. Hundreds of citation styles are available, and one can hover over the complete list to see examples of each. Zotero offers a number of handy features, including automatic recognition of bibliographic records within websites, collaborative file-sharing options, and much more. Documentation, FAQ's, tutorials and links to user forums are provided under the Support tab, and translations of these help pages in one or more of 14 other languages are posted with each- presumably this amenity is a work in progress. Zotero will not work with browsers other than Firefox.
Keywords: open source, research, software