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From Columbia University's Department of Ophthalmology, this is a clinical atlas of ophthalmology, which provides color images of entities encountered in ophthalmic practice accompanied by concisely written text and various ophthalmic diagnostic images.
The Neuro-Ophthalmology Virtual Education Library (NOVEL) is a discipline-specific, open access repository of digital materials (images, video, lectures, articles and animations), to be used for educational and research purposes by health care professionals, educators, patients, and students.
A curated list of databases containing calibrated images for computer vision and visual perception sciences.
Media resources and streaming at the University of Waterloo
The University of Waterloo's Media Resources Library provides access to over 20,000 streaming titles, and is available to University of Waterloo graduate students, undergraduate students, faculty, instructors and researchers. The purpose of these media resources are to supplement the University of Waterloo's academic curriculum and research needs.
Provides interactive 3D anatomy views covering the whole body. Coverage: Current
Choose from over 290 interactive 3D anatomy views, including 148 trigger points, covering the whole body. Over 75 animations cover many common movements such as flexion, extension, adduction and abduction for the head and neck, upper extremity, trunk, pelvis and lower extremity. Each animation can be exported into PowerPoint for presentations or teaching. It includes gross motor movement animations and a library of more than 80 surface anatomy movies show the muscle action for real-life context. This popular and versatile digital resource, featuring an interactive 3D skeleton, brings functional anatomy to life using accurate 3D anatomy and animation.
Note: Access Available to current faculty, students and staff of the University of Waterloo
Videos and sound recordings of selected documentaries produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC / Radio-Canada). Find a selection of English and French language television and radio programs, and news reports. Coverage: 1945 - present