Thank you for your interest in our work.

We hope you and your community can enjoy all we have to offer. If you haven’t explored the contents of our membership, make sure you do so. Many of our institutional members use the materials in our members database for school and classroom assignments, teaching tools, library resources, and research. Our goal is to provide as much information as possible to further the understanding, preservation, and knowledge of classical Chinese medicine.

Features of an Institutional Membership

  • On/off campus access for students, faculty, and members of the community who have an account with your institution

  • No passwords or login information required – access through a proxy IP-based login system, authenticated through your institution’s user accounts

  • Unlimited access to all database materials (not the traditional “drip-content” with limited and rotating access to materials)

  • Excellent material for school classroom assignments, teaching tools, library resources and research.

  • Optimized streaming for videos – plays easily on newer and older computers, and portable and hand held devices

  • Simple Library of Congress online database contract required to protect you and your community members from liability

Institutional membership

Contact Us About an Institutional Membership

Do you have questions, comments or would like to help your students, faculty, staff and alumni gain access to our database? Tell us a little about yourself and we’ll respond as soon as possible. If you have questions about an Institutional Membership that your school maintains, please contact us.

Contact Us - Institutional Membership
Include students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni who will have access.
YES only if your institution uses IP authentication to give account holders access to resources. NO if you won't use it or will use another system (tell us about the system you use in the comments). Note: A proxy authentication is not necessary to have an institutional membership.
These are simple documents that need to be signed by an authorized institutional representative (administrator).