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Web Anatomy

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Material Type: Drill and Practice
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: May 09, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 20, 2014
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Submitter : Heidi Guthrie-Witt

Description:
Detailed descriptions of human systems and human physiology including system models for identification and labeling. Web anatomy An easy-to-use activity to help entry-level anatomy students.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Middle School, College Lower Division, High School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Web Browser
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure Copyright: yes
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for Aftab Merchant
1 year ago

Aftab Merchant (Faculty)

This site is very engaging. It provides activities that reinforces concepts. Very useful resource for self quiz, practice and drill.

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Avatar for Shannon Foley
10 years ago

Shannon Foley (Student)

I am a New York State certified Biology teacher that is currently working on my
master's. I needed to make up a lesson plan that incorporated technology so I
chose to use several sites from the Merlot site. I found the graphs in this
site to be very accurate.

Technical Remarks:

I though this site was a great tool for students to use to review the human body
systems. It is not always easy to look at a book and try and remember the
different parts of the body systems. This site actually lets students test and
retest themselves. The site is very easy to maneuver around and is very easy to
access. I had no trouble navigating around the site.
Used in course

Avatar for Eric Bass
11 years ago

Eric Bass (Student)

I love this site. I like how easy it is for students to quiz themselves over
the identification and processes of the human body. It is a very simple and
easy site to use and that makes it even better for all students.

Avatar for Don Dunham
12 years ago

Don Dunham (Faculty)

The best feature of the "Medical Terminology" section of this site is the
interactive quiz feature. Students' medical terminology guesses are
automatically scored.

While this site cannot eliminate the need for a great deal of memorization on
the student's part, the quiz feature does allow one to study without a human
partner.

Technical Remarks:

Extremely easy to use.

Avatar for Heidi Guthrie-Witt
13 years ago

Heidi Guthrie-Witt (Staff)

The materials reviewed are user-friendly in nature with a great deal of
stimulating content. The multiple choice tutorials/drill and practice modules
are effective in teaching various human systems and processes.

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