Faculty can create course outlines, hand-pick and share custom atlases, download lecture PowerPoints, and share links to coursework within AnatomyOne.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 04, 2012
Amirsys’ latest product,AnatomyOne, provides medical educators with the resources they need to enrich their students’ experiences outside the classroom while providing added depth inside the classroom. With AnatomyOne, faculty can create course outlines, hand-pick and share custom atlases, download lecture PowerPoints, and share links to coursework within AnatomyOne.
AnatomyOne Course Outline tools allow faculty to create outlines that guide students through AnatomyOne modules and images. Faculty can choose from over 700 AnatomyOne modules which include regional, systemic, and clinical perspectives; introductions to embryology and histology; and over 50 dissection guide modules. Faculty can save AnatomyOne Course Outlines as PDFs and post them in their school’s learning management system (LMS). The PDFs include live links directly into AnatomyOne content.
In addition, faculty can use AnatomyOne Custom Atlas tools to hand-pick collections of images they want students to study. AnatomyOne includes thousands of illustrations, cadaver photos, radiology images, and histology images. Instructors can create an unlimited number of custom atlases and include links to the atlases in their AnatomyOne course outlines or download the custom atlases as PowerPoint presentations for use during lectures.
AnatomyOne’s wide range of modules and images, along with the Course Outline and Custom Atlas tools help faculty bridge the gap between lecture and study time.
Amirsys, Inc. is a leading provider of innovative online healthcare solutions in medical education, radiology, pathology, and surgery. Over 99% of North American academic medical centers use Amirsys products daily. Through use of its proprietary technology and image-intensive, expert and evidence-based content, Amirsys provides online problem-solving solutions to thousands of radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, and residents-in-training worldwide.