You probably noticed that the humbio website has a new look and it should have much faster click-through since we began serving the site from our own xserve. You can still find the Humbio Core Chemistry Module and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Module at their old addresses, and many new resources have been added, including the online Buzz.
Many faculty use blogs for their classes. Carol Boggs uses her consbio blog to gather student questions every week about the readings. Anne Firth Murray's students have been blogging for years in her Critical Issues in International Women's Health and Lynn Rothschild uses a blog to promote Astrobiology and Space Exploration and providing resources to other teachers all over the faculty who show her and her guests videotaped lectures in their own classes.
You will also find links to the Humbio Documentary for the 40th Reunion, and individual "microdoc" interviews, at the For Alumni page and at the humbiomovies channel on youtube. I have also been documenting the past few years: many poster Sessions, classes, interviews and programs, are available in the Digital Media portion of the site.
Through Coursework's Academic iTunes service you can also upload audio and video clips, password protected so they are only streamed to students registered for the class. The Course Associates for the Core now use this service to stream the recorded lectures, instead of leaving CDs in the Library. In addition I am always looking for classes to record and stream publicly on itunes.stanford.edu. You may have seen Robert Sapolsky's Human Behavioral Biology class or Lynn Rothschild's Astrobiology and Space Exploration on Stanford YouTube. We also have our own audio and video equipment to document events and classes, so please inquire if you would like a student presentation, your course (or a guest lecturer) audio- or video-recorded.