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Anatomy and Physiology: A Peek at Lower Leg and Foot Pathologies

You rely on your legs and feet all day to get you where you need to be, support you while you wait in line at Disneyland, and help you keep your ...
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Biggest Challenges Facing Anatomy Teachers in 2018

Over the past year we asked hundreds of anatomy instructors this question: “What are the biggest challenges facing you and your students?” Last week, ...
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Having Fun While Teaching A&P: An Interview with Cindy Harley, Ph.D

Cynthia Harley is the author of Courseware’s two-semester A&P course. We sat down with Cindy to hear about her approach to the course and how ...
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Innovative Initiatives: Making Strides in the Classroom and Lab to Improve Anatomy Learning

Here's a question instructors often ask: What can be done to improve how students learn anatomy? Students want more than handouts and PowerPoint ...
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Calling All Librarians: A Visual and Interactive 3D Database for your Library

At Visible Body, we feel a kinship with academic librarians. Taking vast amounts of information, making sure it is accurate, organizing it in a ...
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More 3D Access = More Learning: An interview with Professor Mary Katherine Lockwood

Lab time at the University of New Hampshire is two hours a week for undergrad A&P. That, says Professor Mary Katherine Lockwood, is not enough time ...
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Using Visible Body in the High School Classroom: Questions and Answers

At Visible Body, we’re always excited to meet high school teachers and show them our visual human biology content because, inevitably, the first ...
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A 3D Urinary System Lesson Plan: Creating Interactive Presentations

For this lesson, we’ll be using Human Anatomy Atlas 2018 to walk students through the gross and microanatomy of the urinary system. All you need is ...
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Bringing Anatomy Labs to Life with 3D: An Interview with Lab Coordinator Debbi Johnson

In the A&P lab at Western Connecticut State University, there is all the great stuff you’d expect: Microscopes. Check. Plastic legs and arms hanging ...
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Students Say: This is how we use 3D visual anatomy apps to study

We’re back with more clever insights from students who use Human Anatomy Atlas as a learning tool—this time we’re going to hear about the study ...
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