Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy
Alternate Titles: Acland Anatomy
This resource was purchased to support remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and will be available only through October 15, 2021.
The Video Atlas was originally intended to be used by individual medical and dental students. Because of its realism, simple language, and three-dimensional quality, the Video Atlas has become popular with students and teachers in many other fields and also with people not on a professional learning path who are looking for information about human anatomy.
Offers video recordings of human anatomic specimens in their natural colours. The videos show moving structures - muscles, tendons, and joints - making the same movements that they make in life. The clips build complex structures step-by-step to provide a foundation for clear understanding of anatomical structure and function.
This resource was purchased to support remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and will be available only through October 15, 2021. As an alternative, please see AnatomyTV, a 3D interactive anatomy resource.
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Access open only to UBC students, faculty, staff and on-site Library users (other restrictions may apply)
|Funding Notes||Funding provided by the Faculty of Medicine Undergraduate Medical Program|