July 30, 2018
Can you find what you’re looking for on the site? How are you doing?
(Take me back to the Educator Content page.)
-Explore the Quick Access site from the home page.
-Pull up an entire case using the search function (say, Case 3).
-Pull up all all videos for one body system (say, cardiovascular).
-Pull up all videos that have a search term you’re interested in (say, stomach).
-Step through all the part of one case using the “Back” and “Next” buttons.
-Make the videos full screen.
-Pull up all the videos in Case 1 that cover the cardiovascular system using the search function.
-See if Case 10 has a particular anatomic finding you’re wondering about (say, aorta).
-Know where to go on the site to watch a live stream when you get an email notice.
-Make a quiz for students and send out a copy while CC’ing yourself.
-Have students send you back their answers via the site.
-Go back and forth between teacher edition and student edition in Case 1.
-View histology at 2x, 4x, 10x…up to 40x power at full screen.
-Use the search or “what’s inside” list to distinguish videos that briefly identify an anatomic finding vs. videos that spend more time on the anatomic finding and its nearby relationships.
-Rate videos and pull up videos by popularity.
-Use the chat function to communicate with other users.