From the University of Washington, Dept. of Biological Structure-- all sorts of interactive stuff.
From the Loyola U. Medical Education network. Anatomy on the Internet- assorted sites of interest.
Visually learn about the human body using interactive Flash animations.
(U. of Michigan) Excellent! Requires Windows Media Player.
Hosford Muscles Table
Loyola U. Medical Education network – on muscles, bones, nerves
INTELLIMED International corp.
(Loyola U. Medical Education network) Part of LUMEN site. Excellent bone info and pictures
Part of the Student Online Learning Center.
Click on Muscular to learn about the muscular system
(From Charles Eaton, M.D. Electronic Textbook of Hand Surgery) Muscle listings and some pics.
(Loyola U. Medical Education network) Interactive with pictures.
An animated glimpse of how muscles contract.
(University of Michigan, Learning Resource Center) Multimedia interactive html document which will help you learn the muscle actions of the human body.
Part of PT Central site. Excellent with pics
(INTELLIMED International Corp.)Site illustrates 10 major body systems.
A source of definitions and descriptions of orthopedic conditions and diseases.
Medical Reference Search Engines/sites
Search for articles from CNN
Commercial site on family health topics
National Library of Medicine
NOTE: Many government and organizational websites include statistical information and/or other research.
Evaluate websites that have information you would like to use in your assignments.
Look on each website for an "About Us" page to answer some of the following questions:
("climate change" OR "global warming") AND sea level site:.gov
How does climate change affect sea level?
Here's how to craft a better search to get fewer and more relevant results:
How Wikipedia CAN be useful in the beginning stages of research:
Why NOT to use Wikipedia for academic research:
X The accuracy and authority of a Wikipedia article cannot be verified.