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Biology: BIOL 2060: Images / Video

This guide is designed to help students access credible information related to Biology.

Microbiology: Images / Video

Images / Video camera iconUsing pictures, videos, and other multimedia can add to your research. Interactive media can be a fun way to help you practice lab skills or teach microbiology concepts to others. Remember to correctly cite images and other media when using them in a project. To find these types of resources, consider checking the following sources and databases:

  • Images: Public Health Image Library, Creative Commons, Wikimedia Commons, and more
  • Videos: Films on Demand, AVON, UCSD-TV Science
  • Interactive Media: mobile game apps, virtual microbiology labs, and more

More information and links are available below.


Remember to check permissions before you use images in your assignments and outside-of-class work.


You may also explore news websites, social media posts, YouTube, TedTalks, and other online video repositories. A simple internet search should help you locate these sources.

The Library's DVD collection may also contain relevant films. To find these, please contact the Library.

Interactive Media

Additional infectious disease introductory games from Drexel University include Malaria Invasion and CD4 Hunter (human immunodeficiency virus type 1). Both are also available for Android and iOS.

Need Help?

Contact the Science, Mathematics and Engineering liaison librarian: You may also schedule a 30-minute library consultation with Amy.