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MERLOT II


        

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Cranial Nerves

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Material Type: Presentation
Date Added to MERLOT: December 05, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 16, 2014
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Submitter : Pam Scheibel

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This module is a portion of a course on exploration of the nervous system. The focus of this module is on the cranial nerves, their function and their assessment. There are several types of materials: text, photographs, sound, quizzes and a puzzle.
Key words: Cranial nerves, health assessment


Keywords:
foundations, prerequisite, neurology, IVA, IVB, aud, kasa

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Professional
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Sound requires a windows media player.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: yes
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for Angelica Gonzalez
26 weeks ago

Angelica Gonzalez (Student)

I liked that the information was direct and to the point.  The material is simple and easy to understand.  It is appropriate for the target audience.

Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes

Avatar for Lori Nelson
1 year ago

Lori Nelson (Faculty)

This looks like it would be very helpful for my communication disorders students. I especially like the activities for examining nerves and the links at the bottom of the page. All look very useful in helping students to master cranial nerve content. Students really enjoy hands-on activities. The photos also add to the interest level of the material.


Avatar for Denise Linton
2 years ago

Denise Linton (Faculty)

Very good presentation I can see where undergraduate nursing students can benefit tremendously from this presentation. Graduate students would benefit more from this presentation if there was an assessment (how to assess each CN) section.

Technical Remarks:

The hear it section is very good addition for freshman students who are not yet familar with the language.


Avatar for Inna Plugovaya
3 years ago

Inna Plugovaya (Student)

I really like how simple the site was, everything is neatly put into a chart with the names of the nerves and accompanying pictures. The one thing that I would suggest is having a column for describing whether the nerve is sensory, motor, or both. I particularly liked the "test your cranial nerves" section, and believe that it can be a fun interactive activity for students of any age (as I have done these tests in my nursing classes and found the activity both fun and helpful in learning and assessing the cranial nerves).

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I did not come across any technical problems.
Time spent reviewing site: I spent about 25 minutes on the site.

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