Nah jadi di post yang baru ini, kita mau bagiin Physio-Ex 9.0 yang versi terbaru banget. Dengan susah payah nyari di internet akhirnya ketemu juga (curhatan orang yang kuotanya habis 2 kali lipat gegara download dan upload physio-ex ._.). Versi yang lebih enak dipakai, udah canggih. Selamat menikmati temans~
All exams will be taken using Respondus, a video-based proctoring tool in Blackboard. You must download the Respondus software to your computer in order to take the lecture exams. You may download the Respondus software by going to =586140509. No other books, notes, other computers or anything else that can be considered as providing help in taking the lecture or lab exams should be available during testing. You should also take the exam in one sitting and not leave the room while the exam is being taken. A practice short exam using Respondus has been set up to give you some experience taking exams using the video proctoring software.
Students taking this laboratory course in Human Anatomy and Physiology will have the opportunity to study portions of the skeletal, muscular and nervous system using 3D red-blue glasses to simulate a more authentic dissection experience. Stereo images have been obtained from the Stanford University Medical School Lane Medical Library which were first used by medical students in the late 1940's and '50's with Viewmasters. Viewmasters are no longer available but permission was granted to the instructor to create anaglyph images from each stereo image pair which when viewed with red-blue glasses produces a 3D image of the cadaver dissection. Other 3D anaglyph images were also able to be produced from QuicktimeVR movies from a collection made available by the Wright State Medical School. The bookstore at UTEP has said they would have 3D red-blue glasses available for purchase or you may wish to go online to purchase your own pair. These are not the same type of 3D glasses purchased when viewing a 3D movie in a theater. And, because one must have two functional eyes to view 3D with red-blue glasses, students who may only have one eye or who may have strabismus or another eye problem leading to inability to see in 3D, all images that are in 3D are also present in non-3D mode so you can decide which route is better for you when studying the lab material. The first three labs are not in 3D and the 3D option begins with Lab 5 - The Skeletal System. I am very interested in hearing your thoughts after using red-blue glasses in the study of human anatomy so I will from time to time ask you for your opinion but please feel free to pass along to me your thoughts about the use of 3D images for the study of anatomy.
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