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Interactive 3D Skull Module

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Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: February 24, 1999
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 06, 2013
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Author: Turhon Murad, PhD Send email to Turhon Murad, PhD 
Submitter : Jason Stanton


Students may individually explore each of the 23 bones in the human head using Quicktime 3. The Cranium, also called the ""Skull,"" describes the skeleton that comprises all of the bones of the head, face and lower jaw (i.e., the mandible). In an adult, various bones of the cranium are paired (i.e., consist of a left and a right)... More

aud, foundations, slp, kasa, anatomy, IVB

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: yes
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Avatar for Angela Wartel
1 year ago

Angela Wartel (Faculty)

This site was easy to use and highly interactive.  I would recommend it to anyone studying various structures and whatnot in the skull.  

Avatar for Cari Crumly
2 years ago

Cari Crumly (Faculty)

I find this site very comprehensive.  It is simple to navigate and I like that there are different "video" segments based on selection.  Excellent reference and resource.

Technical Remarks:

Very intuitive.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

Avatar for James Peacock
6 years ago

James Peacock (Faculty)

For giving students an appreciation of the complex structures of the human skull, there are few better resources. My criminal investigation students find the site useful for understanding head injuries from motor vehicle accidents, assaults, and other traumas.

Technical Remarks:

Extremely intuitive and user-friendly Requires Quick Time Plug in.
Used in course

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