Friday, September 13, 2013

Ball State Libraries recently purchased a few modules of, 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 image below).

Video and 3D animations that you can turn, add/remove layers, and isolate specific structures in real-time. Fact sheets, handouts, images, and even quizzes can also be found in There are also tutorials and How to use ATV PDF to get you started.

University Libraries purchased the modules listed below outright so that we own full rights to access and usage. They can be accessed through our proxy server.

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

Other online anatomy resources from BSU Libraries