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Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology, 9/e
David Shier, Washtenaw Community College
Ricki Lewis, The University at Albany
Jackie Butler, Grayson County Community College

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The OLC offers an extensive array of learning and teaching tools. The site includes quizzes for each chapter, links to websites related to each chapter, supplemental reading lists, clinical applications, interactive activities, art labeling exercises, and case studies. Students can click on a diagram of the human body and get case studies related to the regions they select. Instructor resources at the site include lecture outlines, supplemental reading lists, technology resources, clinical applications, and case studies.

Essential Study Partner

The ESP contains 120 animations and more than 800 learning activities to help your students grasp complex concepts. Interactive diagrams and quizzes will make learning stimulating and fun for your students. The Essential Study Partner can be accessed via the Online Learning Center. delivers rich, interactive content to fortify the learning, animations, images, case studies and video presentations.

Discussion boards and laboratory exercises foster collaboration and provide infinite learning and teaching opportunities. contains these specific areas:

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R&D Center is the opportunity to see what new textbooks, animations, and simulations we're working on and to send us your feedback. You can also learn about other opportunities to review as well as submit ideas for new projects.

The Laboratory Manual for Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology, 0-07-027247-6, by Terry R. Martin is designed to accompany the ninth edition of Hole's Human Anatomy and Physiology.

Student Study Guide, 007-027248-4, by Nancy A. Sickels Corbett contains chapter overviews, chapter objectives, focus questions, mastery tests, study activities, and mastery test answers.

TheInstructor's Manual, 007-027249-2, by Michael F. Peters includes supplemental topics and demonstration ideas for your lectures, suggested readings, critical thinking questions, and teaching strategies. The Instructor's Manual is available through the Instructor Resources of the Online Learning Center.

MicrotestTest Item File, 0-07-027252-2, is a computerized test generator free upon request to qualified adopters. A test bank of questions contains matching, true/false, and essay questions. The test generator contains the complete test item file on CD-ROM.

McGraw-Hill provides 950 Overhead Transparencies, 0-07-027253-0, including fully labeled and unlabeled duplicates of many of them for testing purposes or custom labeling, and some of the tables.

The Visual Resource Library, 0-07-027254-9, is a CD-ROM that contains labeled and unlabeled versions of all line art in the book. You can quickly preview images and incorporate them into PowerPoint or other presentation programs to create your own multimedia presentations. You can also remove and replace labels to suit your own preferences in terminology or level of detail.

PageOut is McGraw-Hill's exclusive tool for creating your own website for your A & P course. It requires no knowledge of coding. Simply type your course information into the templates provided. PageOut is hosted by McGraw-Hill.

Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual-Fetal Pig, 0-07-231199-1, by Terry R. Martin, Kishwaukee College, provides excellent full-color photos of the dissected fetal pig with corresponding labeled art. It includes World Wide Web activities for many chapters.

Web-Based Cat Dissection Review for Human Anatomy and Physiology, 0-07-232157-1, by John Waters, Pennsylvania State University. This online multimedia program contains vivid, high-quality labeled cat dissection photographs. The program helps students easily identify and review the corresponding structures and functions between the cat and the human body.

Dynamic HumanVersion 2.0, 0-07-235476-3. This set of two interactive CD-ROMs cover each body system and demonstrates clinical concepts, histology, and physiology with animated three-dimensional and other images.

Interactive Histology CD-ROM, 0-07-237308-3, by Bruce Wingerd and Paul Paolini, San Diego State University. This CD containing 135 full-color, high-resolution LM images and 35 SEM images of selected tissue sections typically studied in A&P. Each image has labels that can be clicked on or off, has full explanatory legends, offers views at two magnifications, and has links to study questions. The CD also has a glossary with pronunciation guides.

Life Science Animation CD-ROM, 0-07-234296-X, contains 125 animations of major biological concepts and processes such as the sliding filament mechanism, active transport, genetic transcription and translation, and other topics that may be difficult for students to visualize.

Life Science Animations 3D Videotape, 0-07-290652-9, contains 42 key biological processes that are narrated and animated in vibrant full color with dynamic three-dimensional graphics.

Life Science Animations (LSA) videotape series contains 53 animations on five VHS videocassettes; Chemistry, The Cell, and Energetics, 0-697-25068-7; Cell Division, Heredity, Genetics, Reproduction, and Development, 0-697-25069-5; Animal Biology No. 1, 0-697-25070-9; Animal Biology No. 2, 0-697-25071-7; and Plant Biology, Evolution, and Ecology, 0-697-26600-1. Another available videotape is Physiological Concepts of Life Science, 0-697-21512-1.

Atlas to Human Anatomy, 0-697-38793-3, by Dennis Strete, McLennan Community College and Christopher H. Creek, takes a systems approach with references to regional anatomy, thereby making it a great complement to your regular course structure, as well as to your laboratory.

Atlas of the Skeletal Muscles, third edition, 0-07-290332-5, by Robert and Judith Stone, Suffolk County Community College, is a guide to the structure and function of human skeletal muscles. The illustrations help students locate muscles and understand their actions.

Laboratory Atlas of Anatomy and Physiology, third edition, 0-07-290755-X, by Eder et al., is a full-color atlas containing histology, human skeletal anatomy, human muscular anatomy, dissections, and reference tables.

Human Anatomy and Physiology Study Cards, 0-07-290818-1, by Kent Van De Graaff, R. Ward Rhees, and Christopher Creek, is a set of 300 3" x 5" cards with terminology, pronunciation guides, word origins, diagrams, and concise descriptions of anatomical and physiological concepts.

Coloring Guide to Anatomy and Physiology, 0-697-17109-4, by Robert and Judith Stone, Suffolk County Community College, emphasizes learning through the process of color association. The Coloring Guide provides a thorough review of anatomical and physiological concepts.