Dental procedure education system (DPES) (by Faculty of Dentistry, UofT)
DPES is a web-based archive that uses rich media and plain language to help students, patients and dental professionals learn about dental procedures and oral health. DPES assists dental students in learning how to communicate effectively with patients, as they work together to build a solid course of dental treatment. DPES: helping patients and students collaborate on a better smile!
Dentistry from Alexander Street Press is focused on dental medicine and oral hygiene. Students, faculty, and practitioners can increase their understanding of dental and oral hygiene, medicine, nursing, corrections, infections, and trauma. Content ranges from lectures and presentations to clinical demonstrations of technique
The Dentistry Library and Internet Archive have collaborated to have some of the pre-1923 books scanned and many available online. These titles are available through the U of T Catalogue, or you can visit the Internet Archive page.
The vertical file was a tool used in libraries as a starting point for research prior to search engines. It includes an actual cabinet with folders. Folders are organized alphabetically and include newspaper articles, pamphlets, and subject bibliographies on dental related subjet. The vertical file is no longer in use, it's contents were digitized solely for historical purposes.