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Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

Anatomage Table 7: For Faculty

Curriculum Integration

To schedule a meeting to go over ways of incorporating the Anatomage Table 7 into your courses' curriculum, email Joe Promes at joseph-promes@uiowa.edu.

There are many ways to incorporate the Table 7 into your courses' curriculum.

  • Self-Study: The Table 7 provides a great study tool for students.
  • Quiz Mode: The Table 7 offers a Quiz Mode that allows instructors to customize a quiz or create a Quick Quiz based on the structures made visible on the Table.
  • Pin Quizzes: Similar to a real cadaver, the Table 7 allows instructors to place pins on the virtual cadaver for students to identify.
  • Lecture Content: Instructors can create content for lectures on the Table via Screenshots or Screen Recording.
  • Small Group Lectures: Depending on Table availability, instructors can reserve the Table 7 and conduct small group, in-person lectures around the Table. Instructors will need to contact the Hardin Library staff in advance so accommodations can be made.
  • Much More!

This is just a snapshot of all the ways in which the Table 7 can be incorporated into a health sciences curriculum. See below for more detail regarding each method and other ideas/considerations.

Training and Outreach Specialist - Anatomage

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Joe Promes
Contact:
442 HLHS
319-467-3222

Questions and Reservations

For further questions concerning the Anatomage Table 7 or to schedule training, contact Joe Promes via email at joseph-promes@uiowa.edu, via phone at (319) 467-3222, or submit a request through the Contact Hardin webpage.

To reserve the Anatomage Table 7, click here

Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust

The Anatomage Table 7 was purchased through the generous support of the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust.