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The Axial Skeleton: The Skull and the Rib Cage

In this animated object, learners examine the eight cranial bones, the fourteen facial bones, and the ribs.
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11/10/2008 This learning object was really a great experience to learn about the skeletal axis and appendicular axis

4/9/2008 The deatils, pictures and graphics are too small for me. If its bigger, everything probably pretty good.

4/8/2008 I am DDM(doctor of dental medicine student. Therefore, it is very important for my academic continution.

6/20/2007 Love this website.does really help me with ,y studies...malo

4/10/2007 what a marvelous way to study. I really have fun with study.

1/16/2007 all about the axial and appendicular skeleton of human

2/17/2006 It was vey helpful

11/4/2005 This is a great tutorial for young studnets across the country. It is a great learning tool and i recommend this website to all

10/12/2005 FREAKIN AWESOME !!! I CANNOT EXPRESS TO YOU HOW MUCH THIS WEBSITE SAVED MY KEISTER ! OMG I LOVE YOU GUYS THANK YOU.

9/14/2005 Coming back to school and having to learn this all over again...this was so helpful. I would reccomend it to everyone who has to take an A&P class!

9/10/2005 very entertaining and informative. hope i can use this for my students.

3/5/2005 Interesting to see the bones close-up

3/5/2005 it was interesting to see the bones close-up

2/28/2005 Nice to see a view of all the facial bones.

2/28/2005 much better than a book

2/14/2005 Greetings - I take an A&P class and stumbled on your site while trying to find some materials to help prepare for a quiz. It was very helpful! I wish my class made use of material like yours on a regular basis.

9/17/2004 The parts of the axial skeleton was thoroughly illustrated.

9/15/2004 Good review but should be more detailed and the appendicular bones should be presented too

3/23/2004 I have seen a lot of learning objects, as you can imagine, but this is yet another example of taking a seemingly boring topic (memorizing where everything is and what its called) and teaching it in an extremely creative, attention-grabbing, learner-centered way. Barb and TeeJay, I just wanted to pass that on to the two of you. Great job, from the concept to the object itself.

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