An Evaluation of an On-line Anatomy Course by Lab Instructors: Building on Instructional Design Guo, X., Katz, L., & Maitland, M. The University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada Presented By: Chris Chisamore, MA EdTech Sport Technology Research Centre In Montreal, at the
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Guo, X., Katz, L., & Maitland, M.
The University of Calgary,
Presented By: Chris Chisamore, MA EdTech
Sport Technology Research Centre
In Montreal, at the
AACE E-Learn 2002, World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education
An on-line computer lab including four labs
Every lab has a brief introduction detailing important anatomical features.
The surface anatomy section includes labeled regions of muscles, bones, and organs which can be viewed from anterior, lateral, or posterior positions.
The information, images, and tests of the dissection section are launched from the Gold Standard Multimedia web site Human Anatomy Online.
Joint articulation in the movement section is demonstrated in video captures of human motion, and three-dimensional animation movies.
Hip: External/Internal Lateral Rotation
Neck: C1-C2 Occipital Hexion
Thank You Instructors: Building on Instructional Design