You will need to find good information to prepare your annotated bibliography and to build your website. The goals for this session are to:
Organizations and Government Agencies
Medical Research Reports
Information Sources for Non-Specialists
Sample Web Sites
These sites are examples of well-organized, engaging, and accessible (clearly written, straight-forward, and audience-appropriate) content.
Flickr - a social networking site for photos. To find photos licensed for reuse, narrow a search by clicking on the drop down "any license" link and choose "creative commons."
Google Images - go to images.google.com, search, then at the top of your results choose Tools > Usage Rights > Labeled for Reuse
Unsplash - a source of pictures for illustrating websites; the search function is not highly specific.
Wikimedia Commons – repository of millions of images and videos either in the public domain or licensed for reuse.
Books in the general collection with call numbers starting with A - PQ are shelved on the upper level
Books in the general collection with call numbers starting with PR - Z are on the main floor
Many books on reproductive technology are found in a book case near the front door; these have a call number ending with Entrance Display.