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    Anatomy of the Heart - Narrated lecture
    Shared with Selected Schools/Units by
    Dr Tomasz Cecot
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    Colour image of the thorax and abdomen
    This is an image taken from Anatomy tv, an interactive resource for teaching and learning in anatomy and physiology which the University Library subscribes to. This image may not be changed, but you may take a copy and present it with other materials and resources you are using so long as they are password protected for access by members of the University only. "All products and all images within the products are protected by copyright. The products and images can only be used for private educational purposes, unless a specific license is purchased for any other usage. For any commercial usage of the images, please contact Primal Pictures Limited. The products allow members of the University of Southampton to ‘copy and paste’ all of the text as well as the images in the 3D-model window and all of the slides. These can then be pasted into nearly any other word-processing or graphics program, including Powerpoint. These resources can be made available to members of the University of Southampton via a password-protected service. This again is designed solely as a service for private educational uses. Like any publisher, Primal Pictures protects itself against copyright infringement. Please do contact Debra Morris in the University Library before using these resources to ensure that conditions are respected. ©Primal Pictures Limited 2007

    Shared with the University by
    Ms Debra Morris
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    How to enroll on Anatomy e-booklet site.
    Step by step guide.

    Shared with the World by
    Dr Tomasz Cecot
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    Intute Reusable Learning Objects
    These are the Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) that Intute have evaluated and added to their nursing and midwifery section. If you search for 'rlo' you'll get a list of over 60 RLOs, they are mostly related to A&P but some of them are about research skills and referencing...

    Shared with the University by
    Dr Mike Weaver
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