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How High School Students Interact with Visible Body’s Courseware

Last week the VB Team spoke with Jared Bradley about starting an instructor trial of Courseware for his sports medicine students at Pajaro Valley ...
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Teaching a cadaver lab with 3D anatomy models and animations, with Professor Tomer Kanan

Tomer Kanan is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Illinois Chicago where he teaches a cadaver lab course that uses Visible Body’s ...
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Using Visible Body’s Courseware with Sports Medicine Students

Last week the VB Team received a trial request from Jared Bradley, who teaches sports medicine to 35 students at Pajaro Valley High School. The ...
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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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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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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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Tales and Tips for Bringing More Educational Technology into Healthcare Courses, with Devin Marble

Devin Marble is an anatomy instructor at Pima Community College where he teaches students enrolled in the Public Safety and Emergency Services ...
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How Using 3D Anatomy Apps in Lab Improves Student Retention, with Tim Fleisher, Instructor

Tim Fleisher is an Assistant Instructor at the University of Texas - Austin and has been using Visible Body apps in his lab course for the past few ...
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The Virtual Reality Learning Center: Exploring Anatomy in a Flipped Classroom

When I think back to dissection day in high school biology class, I remember these aspects the most: the overpowering smell of formaldehyde, getting ...
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