Anatomy/Physiology Willard Zemlin Memorial
This fabulous and worthy tribute to Dr. Willard Zemlin who authored one of the foremost and comprehensive anatomy texts for speech-language pathologists offers a myriad of human cadaver pictures depicting various views of laryngeal, skull, respiratory system and central nervous system structures. This would be a great site to use for individual study and interactive labeling in the classroom.
Laryngeal Anatomy - Physiology: ENT for Medical Students Zagazig University, Egypt
This is an anatomy-physiology based website from Zagazig University located in Egypt. The site features an exhaustive medical ENT perspective on laryngeal anatomy/physiology. The aim of the site is to provide learning materials for medical students studying to become ENTs. The site offers an array of written, diagrams, charts and video learning objects. Additionally, there are video explanations of laryngeal examination procedures to include laryngeal mirror, and flexible and rigid videostrob
Effigy Mounds National Monument Teacher's Guide
This site provides more than 40 lesson ideas developed by teachers to help students learn about Eastern Woodland Native Americans who lived in the upper Mississippi River valley (southwestern Wisconsin and northeast Iowa) from about 500 BC to 1300 AD and who built effigies -- ceremonial burial mounds ...
Peripheral Nervous System: Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology
Duke Neurology of Raleigh's Vinod Krishnan, MD, helps to make sense of the peripheral nervous system.