| By Sydney Fairman |
Subjects like human anatomy are difficult to teach and can be frustrating for undergraduates. To overcome, students are often led to downloading applications on their phones or laptops. However, these applications may not have the best approaches towards learning the complex and often tedious material.
Join us and the American Association of Anatomists (AAA) on Oct. 18 for a demonstration by Dr. Darren Hoffman on how he integrated Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy in his classes at the University of Iowa – Carver College of Medicine for effective and efficient lecture and lab sessions. Supporting these claims with real-life data from his own classroom, attendees will leave the webinar with best practices for integrating 3D technologies in:
- The lecture hall
- The laboratory
- At-home study
Tune in to this free 60-minute webcast at 2 p.m. ET on Thursday, Oct. 18 to learn more.
Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy was launched in 2016. Give your classroom the ability to explore more than 4,300 structures and 13,500 identifiable human body landmarks through model visualization, step-by-step guided lessons, relevant reference content, self-quizzes and more. See it in action >
More about Dr. Hoffman:
Dr. Darren Hoffman received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 2006. He is currently Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, where he teaches Gross Anatomy to Medical, Dental and other health professional students. Dr. Hoffman is the recipient of numerous teaching awards and is known by his students as an innovator in medical and anatomical education. He conducts research in these fields and has recently published a report on use of 3D anatomy technology to transform a dissection laboratory.