In this animated object, the learner examines 17 types of joint movement.
The Upper and Lower Motor Neurons
By Barbara Liang
In this animated object, learners examine the function and location of the motor neurons and the damage that can result when they are injured.
Spelling of Viral Names
By Marise Hussey
Learners listen to the pronunciation of viral names and then type the terms. They may choose the number of names that they wish to spell (up to 16). Immediate feedback is given, and a final score is provided at the end of the activity.
The Dental X-ray Tube
By Joan Rohrer
In this animated activity, learners examine the components of the dental x-ray tube and how dental x-rays are generated.
Gastrointestinal System Drug Treatment Review
By Mary Rahr
Learners match gastrointestinal system drug actions to the appropriate drug category.
High-Low Speed Drive Adjustments
By Terry Bartelt
Learners examine the circuitry in a DC variable speed drive that prevents the motor from running at 0 rpm or at maximum speed under certain conditions.
Reversing the Rotation of DC Motors
By Terry Bartelt, Terry Fleischman
Learners view animations showing how to change the connections to cause a DC motor to reverse its rotation. A short quiz completes the activity.
Converting Rotational Velocity to Linear Velocity
By James Bourassa, John Rosz
In this animated object, students view an example of how to convert rotational velocity to linear velocity. They then work practice problems.
Gear Ratio Concepts
By James Bourassa
In this animated object, learners examine the concept of gear ratios. The number of teeth, diameters, and velocity relationships are discussed and calculated using linear ratio equations. A quiz completes the activity.
WHAT IS THE JOINT IN FLEXION?
what are the name of joint and the bones that make the joint?
I cant get the animation to show the skeleton figure demonstrating the movements. This worked in fall 2013 but does not work now. Help!
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