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A tutorial with flash animations on the human systems; part of the Get Body Smart web site (by ConceptCreators, Inc.) called "An Online Examination Human Anatomy and Physiology." Includes skeletal system, musclular system, muscle tissue physiology, nervous system, circulatory system, respiratory system, urinary system, and...
A tutorial with flash animations on the human systems; part of the Get Body Smart web site (by ConceptCreators, Inc.) called "An Online Examination Human Anatomy and Physiology." Includes skeletal system, musclular system, muscle tissue physiology, nervous system, circulatory system, respiratory system, urinary system, and histology.
(Faculty) Good overall review of many difficult topics. The self-paced capability should encourage those students who need additional time to review a subject to use this site for review.
Ease of use is a plus and should encourage the use of this site for a review.
6 years ago
I like the simplicity of the animations and the little quiz at the end. I have linked it from my "Notes on the Web" and will also give it a go in a class lecture.
Loads moderately fast on a 56K phone line. I think my students would stick to it after they see what it has to offer.
Used in course
6 years ago
This site has nice, simple, attractive animation that is easy to navigate. My students love it and have spontaneously commented to me about it. I like to use it as a supplement to my regular lecture notes, and as something they can work with on their own at home to reinforce what they're learning in lab and lecture.