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Welcome to your Foundations of Anatomy and Physiology reading list. Here you will find the resources to support you throughout your module.
Introduction to the Human Body 10th edn. by Introduction to the Human Body 10th Edition offers a balanced introduction to the human body, especially developed to meet the needs of the one-semester A&P course. It provides an effective blend of stunning art and clearly written text to illuminate the complexities of the human body. Class-tested pedagogy is woven into the narrative and illustrations to ensure that students gain a solid understanding of the material.
Call Number: 612 TOR
Publication Date: 2014
Online Anatomy and physiology resource
Anatomy TV is an interactive educational resource on human anatomy. It provides interactive 3D models as well as text, slides and video clips.
Human Biology by Building on the success of the second edition, this truly accessible textbook comprehensively covers the 2008 AS and A2 level Human Biology specifications for all the main UK exam boards.The book also has a companion website which is free to book users providing extra resources. Written by authors with many years' experience of teaching, examining and writing, this is an ideal resource for class or independent study. The book includes the following features: * How Science Works feature boxes focus on this key element of the new specifications. * Stretch and Challenge boxes challenge more able students, enabling them to achieve the highest grades. * Science in Context boxes encourage students to relate their learning to the world around them. * Summaries at the end of every chapter help students with revision. * Test Yourself questions throughout the text enable students to monitor their own progress in preparation for their exams. * Remember This boxes highlight the key facts. The website provides the following additional resources: * Practice questions (and answers) allow students to test their understanding of the material just covered. * How Science Works assignments allow students to prepare for the How Science Works element of the new AS and A2 Human Biology exams.
Call Number: 612 BOY
Publication Date: 2008
Life: the science of biology. 12th edn. by PLEASE NOTE: This title is distributed and sold by W. H. Freeman/Macmillan Learning. With roots 10 editions deep, Life: The Science of Biology blends carefully reviewed content and an emphasis on experiments with a contemporary approach to active learning in the classroom. Throughout, we focus on three driving themes: Life is ENGAGING We want students to come away from the introductory biology course with a sense of wonder and an ability to pursue biological questions. To that end, we keep the writing lively, the examples modern and exciting, and the emphasis on how we know what we know. To help students engage with the course, an Investigating Life thread weaves through each chapter. Each individual part of the thread appeals to students, inspires them to ask questions, and keeps them wanting to know, "What next?" The beauty of the thread is that it gives students an authentic scientific experience beyond just reading about someone's research results. Life is ACTIVE With the help of the Advisory Board, we've developed a series of pedagogical features that integrate tools for instructors with those for student independent study. Students work their way toward real understanding of biological principles. We don't just ask them to memorize information--we invite them to actively participate in the process of discovery. For instructors wanting to make active learning a part of their classroom, we've created an Active Learning Guide, with start-up material, ideas, and a complete guide to all the Life activities that are ready to add to your in-class repertoire. Life is FOCUSED ON SKILLS We want students to feel comfortable as they learn to manipulate and interpret data. The various types of problem-solving exercises in Life help them develop practical, analytical, and quantitative skills--skills that will benefit them whether they continue in biology or not. Exercises vary in skill level, type, and approach, with answers in the back of the book. The response to our Work with the Data boxes has been so consistently positive that we now include at least one in every chapter. This feature asks students to analyze data from original scientific experiments, and includes questions in the text plus, now, a corresponding set of alternative exercises online in LaunchPad. We also provide an appendix, Making Sense of Data: A Statistics Primer, to help students prepare for the quantitative work they'll be doing. Experience Life through LAUNCHPAD With this edition's LaunchPad, Life is more than ever a truly integrated text/media resource. LaunchPad gives students everything they need to prepare for class and exams, while giving instructors everything they need to set up a course, customize the content, craft presentations, assign homework, assess students, and guide the progress of individuals and the class as a whole.
Call Number: 570 SAD
Publication Date: 2016