The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Education Center is a state-of-the-art educational facility. Its 21 teaching rooms, each equipped with four large-monitor Macintosh computers and readily convert- ible into laboratories for microscopy, are ideal for small group learning. The brand-new Weill Auditorium also uses cutting-edge technology, including such amenities as modem and electrical outlets at every seat. Please see the Weill Education Center web site.
Computers are used prominently in the WMC curriculum, including text, anatomic and microscopic images, video, sound, animations, simulations, bibliographic searching, access to databases, etc. More than 120 terminals are available throughout the Education Center and the library.
The Weill Cornell Medical Library, composed of the Samuel J. Wood Library and the C.V. Starr Biomedical Information Center, is a completely modern information resource. It contains extensive printed materials such as books and journals as well as numerous electronic resources. Further information can be obtained from the Cornell Medical Library web site.