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Visible Body Apps: "How to" Guide

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Overview

NOVA Libraries provides access to two Visible Body products: Human Anatomy Atlas (2020 ed.) and Anatomy & Physiology 2019.  Visible Body products can be accessed through a web browser or through mobile apps available for both Android and iOS. Go to the appropriate tab on the left for instructions for accessing or downloading the products.

 

What do these apps do?

 

Human Anatomy Atlas (2020 edition)

Human Anatomy Atlas is an all-body systems reference app. Use the program to view gross and microanatomy 3D models, and associated encyclopedic information.

  • Search for 3D models or preset views and add anatomy
  • Create your own modified library of content
  • Tap to change 3D models from male to female
  • Dissection quizzes organized by body system
  • Check out the Getting Started page for more detailed content information and helpful videos.
 
Anatomy & Physiology 2019

Anatomy & Physiology is a learning app. Use it to receive a general introduction to concepts from the classic anatomy and physiology undergraduate course.

  • Walkthrough or search for preset views of topics, that include overview text
  • Bookmark favorite views and track learning using the checklist of unit objectives
  • Views preset for male or female anatomy
  • View physiology animations and illustrations 
  • Take dissection and multiple-choice quizzes, organized by chapter
  •  Check out the this page for more detailed content information and how-to information on using the app.
 
Free Resource

Visible Body Learn is a free introduction to human anatomy. It includes short anatomical process videos that students can view and faculty can include in their courses.