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
  • “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
  • “Meddies have no fear, An@tomedia is here. No student should be without General Anatomy, that guides you through principles of dissection and the anatomical basis of techniques to perform general procedures such as wound closures, nerve blocks and arterial puncture”.

    University of Melbourne Medical Students’ Society (UMMSS) Review
  • “Meddies have no fear, An@tomedia is here. No student should be without General Anatomy, that guides you through principles of dissection and the anatomical basis of techniques to perform general procedures such as wound closures, nerve blocks and arterial puncture”.

    University of Melbourne Medical Students’ Society (UMMSS) Review
  • “An@tomedia has quickly become the perfect resource for those affected by quarantine regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic…. It is a great asset to have when students are limited to online study and missing face-to-face anatomy classes”

    UniSA ‘Connect’, June 2020
  • “an@tomedia was the most comprehensive resource for the surgical trainee, offering a range of didactic and interactive material.”

    Choi, Tamblyn & Stringer E-resources for surgical anatomy
  • “An@tomedia is an important tool in modern-day study of medicine”.

    University of Melbourne Medical Students’ Society (UMMSS) Review
  • “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
  • “ 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 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
  • “Meddies have no fear, An@tomedia is here. No student should be without General Anatomy, that guides you through principles of dissection and the anatomical basis of techniques to perform general procedures such as wound closures, nerve blocks and arterial puncture”.

    University of Melbourne Medical Students’ Society (UMMSS) Review

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