an@tomedia Online Features

1,500
Interactive screens

(300 on Head & Neck) comprehensively covering specific topics applicable to all health science and professional curricula, strategically organised for easy access.

4,000
Real images

(from dissected and living human bodies across life-span) with optional coloured overlays on layer-by-layer cadaver dissections, representing 10,000 hours of dissection. The full range of imaging modalities are covered, including endoscopy.

6,000
Text questions

(on basic anatomy and clinical applications) with pop-up answers that explain underlying principles, illustrated by 2,000 conceptual diagrams for deep understanding.

30,000
Image questions

(self-testing quizzes) with pop-up identification labels for instant feedback.

Nine modules

Each includes detailed information, interactive text, image overlays and clinical questions

Four perspectives

To help understand both the theoretical & practical aspects of anatomy, designed to complement any course.

  • Systems: includes conceptual and clinical anatomy
  • Regions: includes surface and functional anatomy
  • Dissection: includes practical procedures and post-mortem
  • Imaging: includes sectional and endoscopic anatomy

an@tomedia provides

  • detailed serial dissections of real human bodies
  • coloured overlays of individual structures
  • multiple perspectives to explore anatomy and compare
  • flexibility to choose your approach, rate, sequence and depth of learning
  • interactive text, labels and clinical questions
  • new concepts in anatomy and relevant clinical applications
  • capacity to 'build' systems, 'map' regions, 'dissect' layers and 'trace' images
  • a self learning resource with a solid educational basis
  • a simple and consistent navigation system

Awards

Best Teaching and Learning Package in Tertiary Education

by Australian Publishers Association 2008
(An@tomedia: General Anatomy CD-ROM & Book)

Best Tertiary Teaching and Learning Resource

at the AAEEP Awards 2008
(An@tomedia: General Anatomy CD-ROM & Book)

International finalist in "Best multimedia"

by British Medical Association 2008
(An@tomedia: Pelvis CD-ROM)

Awarded "Best multimedia"

by Australian Teachers Of Media (ATOM) in 2003
(An@tomedia: Thorax CD-ROM)

Awarded "Best CD Project"

at the Australasian Society for Computers In Learning In Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Awards 1999
(An@tomedia: Back & Abdomen CD-ROMs)

Testimonials

  • "An@tomedia has been a God send for myself and especially my students during this period of transition to online learning facing the COVID-19 crisis. Thanks to the high quality dissections and cadaveric images coupled with clear identification of structures using colouring and markers, I am able to continue offering anatomy learning and testing using cadaveric materials for my students! Students love the principles-based approach and it helps them see that anatomy is not just memorising!"

    Dr. Kevin Chuang RMIT
  • “This program is simple yet complex… allowing efficient anatomy study outside of class.”

    University of Melbourne Medical Students’ Society (UMMSS) Review
  • "A high quality product, of relevance to Universities and medical professionals, that addresses learning needs in a way not previously possible"

    AUTC review Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, University of Technology, Sydney
  • “I used Anatomedia to guide our second-year problem-based learning tutorial and my 7 classmates were raving about it...About 5 minutes in they all were asking where and how they could get it!!”

    Daniel Jones Graduate Medicine, Bond University
  • "I am really impressed with the blend of dissection, imaging, regional and systems approaches. In my experience studying and teaching anatomy, I haven't come across a resource that ties the theoretical concepts in anatomy with practical aspects as Anatomedia does"

    Scott Farrell University of Newcastle, 2016
  • “An@tomedia would have revolutionised my student days."

    A. Marusic The Lancet
  • "An@tomedia has been a God send for myself and especially my students during this period of transition to online learning facing the COVID-19 crisis. Thanks to the high quality dissections and cadaveric images coupled with clear identification of structures using colouring and markers, I am able to continue offering anatomy learning and testing using cadaveric materials for my students! Students love the principles-based approach and it helps them see that anatomy is not just memorising!"

    Dr. Kevin Chuang RMIT
  • “ The anatomical content is superb. Images (dissection, imaging etc.) are beautiful.”

    1st Year Medical Student Feedback The University of Melbourne, International Medical Education Journal 3 (1) 2001
  • “An@tomedia will appeal not only to medical students, but also to medical practitioners. Health-care workers will find it useful for clinical practice and for communication with patients. I also recommend An@tomedia to teachers from countries where dissection is not done for cultural, financial, or other reasons”

    A. Marusic The Lancet
  • “ The anatomical content is superb. Images (dissection, imaging etc.) are beautiful.”

    1st Year Medical Student Feedback The University of Melbourne, International Medical Education Journal 3 (1) 2001
  • “I have seen many resources on anatomy, but this one beats the lot. The authors are real experts and should be congratulated”

    Prof Yousef Sadeghi Head of Department, Anatomy & Biology, Shahid Baheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran
  • "An@tomedia is cited as an example of: 'outstanding innovation in teaching & learning, underpinned by an understanding of student learning in the discipline."

    AUTC review Institute for Interactive Media and Learning, University of Technology, Sydney
  • “Imaging, that which is most mystifying to many medical students (of all years), is made so breathtakingly clear in an@tomedia that I regret not using it earlier”.

    University of Melbourne Medical Students’ Society (UMMSS) Review
  • "An@tomedia is the best multimedia resource I've ever seen. Better the Encyclopedia Britanica. I'm serious.”

    1st Year Medical Student Feedback The University of Melbourne, International Medical Education Journal 3 (1) 2001

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