J.B. Tyrrell's Expeditions for the Geological Survey of Canada, 1892-1894, documents two exploratory surveys of the Barren Lands region west of Hudson Bay, in northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan and the area now known as Nunavut.
This site documents the initial period of the discovery and development of insulin here at the University of Toronto. It presents over seven thousand page images drawing mainly on the Banting, Best and related collections housed at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library and the Archives and Records Management Services.
Labrador Inuit Through Moravian Eyes provides information on the 250-year relationship between Moravian missionaries and the Inuit of Labrador. This interaction led to the establishment of settlements for a formerly nomadic people, their conversion to Christianity and exposure to aspects of North American culture.
Anatomia 1522-1867: Anatomical Plates features approximately 4500 full page plates and other significant illustrations of human anatomy. Each illustration has been fully indexed using medical subject headings (MeSH), and techniques of illustration, artists, and engravers have been identified whenever possible.
MyMedia provides a free archival storage and streaming solution for University academic media content. Faculty and staff can upload a wide array of video and audio file formats that can be redistributed through permanent play links and embed code.
Soviet Samizdat Periodicals is a database of information about editions of classic Soviet samizdat, 1956-1986. The Database includes approximately 300 titles, representing all known types of samizdat periodical editions from this late Soviet era, including human rights bulletins, poetry anthologies, rock zines, religious and national editions.
British Armorial Bindings is a comprehensive catalogue of all the coats of arms, crests, and other heraldic devices that have been stamped by British owners on the outer covers of their books, together with the bibliographical sources of the stamps.