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Human Anatomy

A guide to books, media, models, and other resources at Ball State University Libraries for researchers in anatomy. Access the guide directly by using this URL: http://bsu.libguides.com/humananatomy.

Subject Guide

Kevin Brooks
Contact:
kbrooks2@bsu.edu
Science-Health Science Library (CN16), 285-1118

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Library Links & Services

DMR Anatomical Model Collection

Many models from both the Science-Health Science Library and Educational Technology & Resources Collection have been photographed from different angles and identification keys added in PDF format to the Digital Media Repository (DMR).  Click on the link below to see the collection.

anatomy.tv

Ball State Libraries recently purchased a few modules of anatomy.tv, a resource that has a lot to offer anyone interested in how the human body works mechanically.

You can access this resource directly through the above link or find it on our Databases page under the Health subject area (see figure below).

Video and 3D animations that you can turn, add/remove layers, and isolate specific structures allowing students and faculty alike to experience anatomy in real-time from virtually any location. Fact sheets, handouts, images, and even quizzes can also be found in Anatomy.tv.

The modules you can access through our proxy server are owned by Ball State. University Libraries purchased them outright so that we own full rights to access and usage.

The modules: Anatomy for Exercise, Anatomy for Otolaryngology, Anatomy for Yoga, Audiology, Functional Anatomy, Interactive Learning Activities for SLP, Speech Language Pathology, Sports Injuries: Foot 2/e

Anatomical Models in the SHSL

You will need a valid BSU ID in order to check out any of the models. The loan period for the models is 2 hours and the models must remain in the Library.

A list of the models currently available for check out appears below. Click on the links below to view either the CardCat or DMR record for each item.

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The Department of Physiology & Health Science maintains an Anatomy Study Room in CP259 where a wider selection of anatomical models can be found.  Hours for the Anatomy Study Room are posted on the door of CP259.  You may also call the Department office at 285-5961 to find out when it will be open.

Anatomy on the Web

A selection of useful websites and databases that offer online human anatomy study aides.