Knowledge Sources
Web Resources
Selected Documents, Articles and Books
Research Resources
Online Courses


National Library of Medicine PubMed Search Site - extensive source of peer-reviewed references in all areas of biomedicine and allied sciences, citations, and abstracts of publications in many languages

World-wide Health Informatics Links - a comprehensive index of Health Informatics sites maintained by the Medical Informatics Department at the Freiburg University, Germany

Telemedicine Information Exchange - created and maintained by the Telemedicine Research Center with major support from the National Library of Medicine providing bibliographic citations, research programs in development, meetings, funding sources, vendors, links to other sources, and classifieds

SUNY Resources in Medical Informatics - Medical Informatics site with a variety of sources maintained by the Department of Biometry and Statistics, School of Public Health, University at Albany, State University of New York, Rensselaer, NY

World Health Organization Library & Information Networks for Knowledge - WHOWHOLIS is the World Health Organization library database available on the web. WHOLIS indexes all WHO publications from 1948 onwards and articles from WHO-produced journals and technical documents from 1985 to the present. An on-site card catalogue provides access to the pre-1986 technical documents

World Health Organization Statistical Information System (WHOSIS) - is a guide to health and health-related epidemiological and statistical information available from the World Health Organization, and elsewhere. You also have the possibility to search by keywords within the WHOSIS or throughout the entire WHO site

Equity, Health & Human Development - searchable archive of electronic publications and other resources maintained by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) with the goal of disseminating information related to: equity; health inequality; socioeconomic inequality in health; socioeconomic health differentials; gender; violence; poverty; health Economics; health legislation; ethnicity; ethics; information technology; virtual libraries; and research & science issues. Interested parties can subscribe for free to the listserver of the site to regularly receive new additions to the database

World Bank Development Gateway - The Development Gateway is an interactive site for information on sustainable development and poverty reduction, and a space for communities to share experiences on development efforts. The Gateway offers: AiDA - The largest online source of information on development projects worldwide; dgMarket - An electronic procurement market with more than 30,000 tender notices; Topic Pages - Comprehensive resources on a variety of key development topics; Country Gateways - Links to a growing network of country initiatives worldwide. There is an excellent page on ICT for development at that covers the following areas: Access & Connectivity, Capacity Building & Training, Community Telecenters & Cybercafes, Digital Divide e-Commerce for Development, e-Strategies & Action Plans, ICT & Gender, ICT for Agriculture & Rural Devt, ICT for Education & Science, ICT for Environment, ICT for Health and Nutrition, ICT for Indigenous Development, ICT for Poverty Reduction & Growth, ICT for Private Sector, ICT for Public Sector, ICT Policy, Laws & Regulations, Open Source Software, Radio & Development Wireless for Development/Wi-Fi, World Summit on the Information Society, About ICT for Development Awareness Raising & Networking, Blogging & Development

Team Links - This page is prepared for students of MGT2120 Principles of Management, MGT6200 Team and Organization Development, and other courses with a teamwork component at the The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN . Below are a list of links on a variety of topics including leadership, group processes, self assessment, conflict, and related areas.