ANAT 100a, 100b:
Human Anatomy and Development
For our guests,
This is a work in progress that is being developed by the students and faculty of Yale University. Come back often to see the latest improvements! The project is funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, United States Department of Education .
A few of these resources are restricted (because of licensing agreements), but most of it is readily available. We hope instructors will use this resource to supplement or replace dissections they already have their students do, or use them as the basis for conference discussions outside of lab. Please tell us if you use any part of this software for your personal use or for your students. That information will help us keep funding and improving this product.
- The exercises are interactive web activities that help students learn concepts.
- The case browser lists the cases that are used in our labs and will take you to the lab where a case is discussed. Our students use this feature in other courses, if they need to refresh themselves on the relevant anatomy
- The electronic dissector covers only a portion of our course. To place it in context, we divide our course into 6 cycles: Introduction, Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis, Limbs and Head/Neck. Each cycle follows the pattern:
If you have trouble using the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
We assume no responsibility for any errors, but welcome advice and suggestions.
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