Saturday, November 22, 2008

Exhibit Design Resource: Think Anatomy

For those of you who work in more traditional natural history museums (with lots of mounted skeletons and specimens floating in jars) you'll love the new anatomy-based portal called Think Anatomy.

Put together by their sister site Street Anatomy, Think Anatomy has assembled a great collection of web-based resources for learning about, as well as gathering content information on, all things anatomical.

Some of my favorite resources so far are the Anatomy Arcade games and the dissection videos from the University of Michigan. (WARNING: not all of this material is good for those with weak stomachs!)

Come to think of it, beyond natural history museum folks, both Street Anatomy and Think Anatomy provide great resources for anyone developing classroom, outreach, or teacher-training programs as well.

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1 comment:

  1. Paul, that is a wonderful resource. I'm sending it to some clients, friends, ...and myself at home. Thanks.