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A new site (http://php.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology) designed to allow interactive development of Embryology resources and information. Designed to update the original and popular UNSW Embryology website (http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au). You should find this new site easier to navigate, search and contribute.UNSW Embryology...
UNSW Embryology content has been derived under a number of different copyright restrictions, therefore do not assume that you can reuse content found on this current site without permission. Click on images and movies to get descriptions and full copyright information.
This online resource is used in the University classroom for both Medicine and Science undergraduate education in human embryology. Both lecture notes and entire practical classes are fully available online. There are also many additional resurces including an extensive and linked glossary.
Students also contribute online group projects as part of their assessment. Resource includes online tutorials in navigating the site and preparing contributions.
Resource includes extensive libraries of images, movies and audio files. Can also be easily viewed using mobile devices.
This is a Wiki based resource replacing a previous website that allowed only restricted contribution by online editor. Can be viewed by everyone but can now be edited by registered contributors. Extensions allow autoformatting of PubMed references.
Very good resource. Well organized and easy to use.
2 years ago
This new site improves on the original Embryology site (still available) based upon student and user feedback. The changeover now allows students to work online on projects and complete quizzes to assess their learning. In addition, this now allows the collaborative addition on new materials and integration of existing content into new online courses.
The resource is accessible from any internet connected computer and has been tested in all web-browsers. Animations are available in both Quicktime and Flash formats and a modified mobile version is also available.