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Cadaver Photo Slide Show

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Description A short movie demonstrating the possibilities of using photos, royalty-free music, and movie-making software for educational purposes. The accompanying powerpoint file with images may be viewed at http://www.lifescitrc.org/resource.cfm?submissionID=10382
Type of Resource Atlas, Video
Format Web Page - HTML
Technical Note Requires Flash player plugin (http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/)
Betsy Ott, Tyler Junior College
Development Date June 13, 2008
Grade/Age Level Undergraduate lower division (Grades 13-14)
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed by Partner Organization
Review Date July 6, 2015
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This resource has been updated and no longer has the list of slide titles.  For the full feature video with navigation, contact the author at bott@tjc.edu for a link.

Betsy Ott, Tyler Junior College

This is a nice resource for reviewing the major structures of anatomy with cadavers. The pictures go by very fast, but one can pause the video to view it longer. I like the fact that you can skip to the section you are interested in. This will be quite useful for students to study before and after viewing prosections.

Lara Madison, Chadron State College

This is a great set of cadaver photo slides. The dissections are very well done and the photos are labeled. It is a collection of a few cadaver slides from each system of the body. It would be even better if there were a complete set of labeled photos of all the structures that Anatomy students need for their lab practicums. I am not allowed to take photos of our cadavers, so slides like these are VERY important to me and my students!

Tracey Magrann, National University

This is a whole presentation on the human anatomy using an actual cadaver. Well done with respect and useful for students to navigate themselves.

David Upegui, Central Fall High School


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