Julie, I've been very happy with the online databases I get from Ebsco, one of which is Health Source Plus. Among other things, it has an online version of Stedman's. I can't remember the $$ off the top of my head (it's bought through our hospital's systems shop) but if I recall right it's in the neighborhood of around $4.5k a year (site license), which gives you not only the Stedman's but also about 250 journals, 23 ref books, plus 1000 or so pamphlets. I've got an Excel file that has the journal coverage that I could attach for you, but hotmail addresses are blocked here at work. I can forward to my ISP address & send it your way after I get home tonight if you like? Bill Nichols Eglin AFB, FL [log in to unmask] -----Original Message----- From: Julie Stielstra [mailto:[log in to unmask]] We are contemplating the possibility of offering a web-based online medical dictionary for organizational use instead or buying 50 million copies of Dorland's/Taber's/Stedman's for all the units/offices/nooks/crannies. I've had a quick peek at the Taber's Online information, but wonder if any of you worldly people have found or used others. I know there are lots of free medical "glossaries" all over the Web, but we would like something equivalent to the Big Three in depth and comprehensiveness.