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The Venture 17 Division Of Education




Below, you will find many resources and reference systems to aid you in your studies of Human Anatomy and Physiology. At the bottom of this page you will find our Library. It consists of six units. An image library with accompanying didactic discussions in slide presentation format; designed to parallel your college coursework in Anatomy and Physiology.

Our library remains dynamic, and is often changed to meet the requirements of different courses at different scopes of knowledge.


Get Body Smart

The Conservatory Anatomy Library also partners with Get Body Smart. Just click to gain access. The Get Body Smart anatomy teaching tool is important in that it utilizes not only animation, but offers a detailed interactive cadaver dissection.

Dissection is the best technique for learning anatomy and system relationships.

The Blausen Human Atlas

Thank you, Mr. Blausen.The largest 3-D Animated Anatomy Library in the world, the Blausen Atlas was welcomed on board in 2013.

Designed and produced by Bruce Blausen, a Master of Medical Illustration from Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, the atlas is an eloquently rendered work of scientific anamation, also available as a mobile-ap.

Thank you, Mr. Blausen.

The Biodigital Human

The Bio-digital Human is a free 3-D interactive anatomy teaching tool. Just click the image.

The Bio-digital Human requires newer computer platforms and software. You will need to make sure that your computer is compatible with this program.

Human Anatomy, although an extremely visual science, is a discipline initiated through rote memorization. Some students are visual in their studying techniques and some are auditory, and then there are others who must hear it, write it and see it together. All of these techniques work. Find the best one for you. Power Point presentations are available through our library. Visual presentations will be coming soon.

To aid our clients and online users, we offer an online textbook and learning module. This tool allows us to present Anatomy and Physiology as an online didactic resource and course, available at no cost to our students. The rubrics are designed as an assistant to the students we teach on campus, but this online course is also available to anyone wanting to increase their medical knowledge and competitive edge.

For you to be able to utilize the Anatomy Course materials at no cost, you must sign into We Teach College Students, and request the course. You will be assisted through our vetting bridge which interfaces with your current college to confirm student status. We will then add you to our roster and email your access codes within twenty-four hours. This is a self paced programmed course. The course utilizes a large and concise text on anatomy, with case studies, color illustrations of gross and micro-anatomy, color labeling exercises, and flashcards, in addition to a terminology coach. Questions can be addressed on our Academic Questions page.

Our affiliate links are well established, web-sturdy, and safe, in addition to offering vigorous and enterprising content. They can help you take your studies as far as you wish.

The Anatomy Library is a complete image based library with accompanying didactics. Constructed as six units in slide presentation format, each unit screen can be paused, advanced, and reversed at your discretion. You may point and click to manipulate these features.

The units appear in order from top to bottom, with titles as follows:

I. Constituents of the Human Body. 

II. Support and Movement. 

III. Communication, Control, and Integration. 

IV. Transportation and Defense. 

V. Respiration, Nutrition, and Excretion. And lastly, 

VI. Reproduction and Development.

Unit I. Constituents of the Human Body:

Organization, Chemistry, Cellular Anatomy,Cellular Physiology, Cell Growth and Reproduction, and finally, Tissues.

Unit II. Support and Movement: The integument, Skeletal Tissues, The Axial Skeleton, The Appendicular Skeleton, Joint Systems, and The Muscular System.

Unit III. Communication, Control, and Integration: Cells of the Nervous

System, The Central Nervous System, The Peripheral Nervous System, The Sense Organs, and The Endocrine System.