Teaching and Learning Supplements

McGraw-Hill offers various tools and technology products to support the third edition of Anatomy & Physiology. Students can order supplemental study materials by contacting their local bookstore. Instructors can obtain teaching aids by calling the Customer Service Department, at 800-338-3987, visiting our A&P website at www.mhhe.com/ap, or contacting their local McGraw-Hill sales representative.

For the Instructor:

Instructor's Presentation CD-ROM

This multimedia collection of visual resources allows instructors to utilize artwork from the text in multiple formats to create customized classroom presentations, visually based tests and quizzes, dynamic course website content, or attractive printed support materials. The digital assets on this cross-platform CD-ROM are grouped by chapter within the following easy-to-use folders.

Art Library Full-color digital files of all illustrations in the book, plus the same art saved in unlabeled and gray scale versions, can be readily incorporated into lecture presentations, exams, or custom-made classroom materials. These images are also pre-inserted into blank PowerPoint slides for ease of use.

Photo Library Digital files of instructionally significant photographs from the text—including

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PowerPoint Lecture Outlines Ready-made presentations that combine art and lecture notes are provided for each of the 29 chapters of the text. Written by Sharon Simpson, Broward Community College, these lectures can be used as they are, or can be tailored to reflect your preferred lecture topics and sequences.

Table Library Every table that appears in the text is provided in electronic form.

In addition to the content found within each chapter, the Instructor's Presentation CD-ROM for Anatomy & Physiology contains the following multimedia instructional materials:

Active Art Library Active Art consists of art files from key figures from the book that have been converted to a format that allows the artwork to be edited inside of Microsoft PowerPoint. Each piece of art inside an Active Art presentation can be broken down to its core elements, grouped or ungrouped, and edited to create customized illustrations. Animations Library Numerous full-color animations illustrating physiological processes are provided. Harness the visual impact of processes in motion by importing these files into classroom presentations or online course materials.

Instructor's Testing and Resource CD-ROM

This cross-platform CD-ROM provides a wealth of resources for the instructor. Supplements featured on this CD-ROM include a computerized test bank utilizing Brownstone [email protected] testing software to quickly create customized exams. This user-friendly program allows instructors to search for questions by topic, format, or difficulty level; edit existing questions or add new ones; and scramble questions and answer keys for multiple versions of the same test. Although few textbook authors write their own test banks, this test bank, written by the author himself better reflects the textbook than one contracted out to an independent writer.

Other assets on the Instructor's Testing and Resource CD-ROM are grouped within easy-to-use folders. The Instructor's Manual and the Instructor's Manual to accompany the Laboratory Manual are available in both Word and PDF formats. Word files of the test bank are included for those instructors who prefer to work outside of the testgenerator software.

Laboratory Manual

The Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual by Eric Wise of Santa Barbara City College is expressly written to coincide with the chapters of Anatomy & Physiology. This lab manual has been revised to include clearer explanations of physiology experiments and computer simulations that serve as alternatives to frog experimentation. Other improvements include a greatly expanded set of review questions at the end of each lab, plus numerous new photographs and artwork.

Transparencies

This exhaustive set of over 1,000 transparency overheads includes every piece of line art in the textbook, tables, and several key photographs. An additional set of 150 unla-beled line art duplicates is also available for testing purposes or custom labeling. Images are printed with better visibility and contrast than ever before, and labels are large and bold for clear projection.

English/Spanish Glossary for Anatomy and Physiology

This complete glossary includes every key term used in a typical 2-semester anatomy and physiology course. Definitions are provided in both English and Spanish. A phonetic guide to pronunciation follows each word in the glossary.

A Visual Atlas for Anatomy and Physiology

This visual atlas contains key gross anatomy illustrations that have been blown up in size to make it easier for students to learn anatomy.

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Clinical Applications Manual

Expands on Anatomy and Physiology's clinical themes, introduces new clinical topics, and provides test questions and case studies to develop the student's ability to apply his or her knowledge to realistic situations.

Course Delivery Systems

With help from our partners, WebCT, Blackboard, Top-Class, eCollege, and other course management systems, professors can take complete control over their course content. These course cartridges also provide online testing and powerful student tracking features. The Saladin Online Learning Center is available within all of these platforms!

For the Student: MediaPhys CD-ROM

This interactive tool offers detailed explanations, high-quality illustrations, and animations to provide students with a thorough introduction to the world of physiology— giving them a virtual tour of physiological processes. MediaPhys is filled with interactive activities and quizzes to help reinforce physiology concepts that are often difficult to understand.

Online Learning Center

The Anatomy & Physiology Online Learning Center (OLC) at www.mhhe.com/saladin3 offers access to a vast array of premium online content to fortify the learning and teaching experience.

Essential Study Partner A collection of interactive study modules that contains hundreds of animations, learning activities, and quizzes designed to help students grasp complex concepts. Live News Feeds The OLC offers course specific real-time news articles to help you stay current with the latest topics in anatomy and physiology.

For more information on the outstanding online tools, refer to the front endsheets of your textbook.

GradeSummit

GradeSummit, found at www.gradesummit.com, is an Internet-based self-assessment service that provides students and faculty with diagnostic information about subject strengths and weaknesses. This detailed feedback and direction enables learners and teachers to focus study time on areas where it will be most effective. GradeSummit also enables instructors to measure their students' progress and assess that progress relative to others in their classes and worldwide.

Student Study Guide

This comprehensive study guide written by Jacque Homan, South Plains College, in collaboration with Ken Saladin, contains vocabulary-building and content-testing exercises, labeling exercises, and practice exams.

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