An interactive anatomy platform containing 3D human models with more than 17,000 high resolution selectable parts. The curriculum manager provides ready-made interactive educational courses that can be shared with students, covering subjects within anatomy, physiology, ultrasound, and more. It also includes a range of content tools so instructors can customize or create content for their curriculum, using a toolset and a library of screens, images, quizzes and anatomical resources. The group manager allows instructors to manage students’ access to content, subdividing class groups and allocating access as desired. The assessment dashboard reports on how students perform on quizzes and tracking student engagement with the content.
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To use Complete Anatomy, do the following:
Obtain and install the free app (desktop or mobile device) from the appropriate Microsoft, Apple, or Android app store.
Open the app and register your account with your Baylor e-mail address and a password you create.
Verify your account when you receive the verification e-mail message.
Install your activation code (click below to email the library for the code):
Note: Each year at the time this resource is renewed (around May 15), new student and educator activation codes will be provided and users will have to provide the new activation code in order to continue using their account.
Provides comprehensive coverage of essential areas related to criminal justice and criminology. Includes forensic sciences (forensic geology, archaeology, entomology, biology, genetics, neurology, pathology, psychology, toxicology, etc.). EBSCOHost product.
Contains summaries of U.S. and international publications, including federal, state, and local government reports, books, research reports, journal articles, audiovisual presentations, and unpublished research on criminal and juvenile justice and drug control. Excludes most legal decisions, opinions, and statutes. Many of the journal aritlces are under the tab "reports" not under "journals." A ProQuest/CSA version of the government database listed as NCJRS abstracts database. Unique elements of the collection include agency-produced documents and final grant reports of Office of Justice Programs-sponsored research. Documents are either written in English or have an English-language summary. No print version of the database is produced. Covers 1972 to the present. A ProQuest/CSA version of the government database listed as NCJRS abstracts database.