Visual and Audio Resources

In the Library


TUC Library has many videos available to you.  The DVD collection in the library can be searched by going to the library catalog's Advanced Search page and selecting the location "TUC Video Collection".


TUC Library has audio recordings (compact discs) that can be searched by going to the library catalog's Advanced Search page and selecting “Sound Recording” as a Material Type.


There are many anatomical atlases in print and eBook formats listed in the Library Catalog.


TUC Library also has many online video and audio resources. Below is a small selection of our online audiovisual resources. Many of the Research Guides include a tab for AudioVisual Resources in that discipline, or ask a librarian for assistance.

Access Medicine Multimedia
All video and audio on AccessMedicine, organized for easy browsing.

Access Pharmacy Multimedia
All video and audio on AccessPharmacy, organized for easy browsing. 

Anatomy.TV (Primal Pictures/Informa) - Interactive anatomy study tools that let you explore parts of the human body in 3D, including a clinical specialty anatomy study tool focusing on neuroanatomy of the head and neck. A session with twenty (20) minutes or longer of inactivity will be logged off automatically.

Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination with OSCE Clinical Skills Videos - The Bates' videos demonstrate head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques on different types of patients. The OSCE videos are designed to help with preparation for Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) by testing clinical reasoning skills. Each video presents a clinical encounter and you are given the opportunity to develop an assessment, or differential diagnosis, and provide an appropriate diagnostic workup. Note: this resource may not be accessible on all mobile devices.

ClinicalKey Multimedia - All video and images on ClinicalKey organized for easy browsing by speciality and media type.

ClinicalKey: Procedures Consult (Elsevier) - Procedures Consult covers the procedures required by the ABIM (American Board of Internal Medicine) and conforms to ACGME standards.