A free download of the InterNICHE book, From Guinea Pig to Computer Mouse: Alternative Methods for Humane Education (2nd ed.), is now available at www.interniche.org. First published in 2003, and updated in 2006, the 520-page book provides full details of more than 500 alternatives, including description, specification, and source.
The Humane Society of the United States offers a free download of the book The Use of Animals in Higher Education: Problems, Alternatives, and Recommendations, written by Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D.
University of California-Davis’s Center for Animal Alternatives provides information about non-animal methods of learning.
The Canadian Web site,
Frogs are Cool, has information about dissection issues and humane alternatives.