Who can see your viewing activity?
yes and yes
what is the meeting iD?
897 282 253
meeting ID - 897-282-253
What is it? Wiki commons?
I love those images! Is it ok to modify an openly available picture as long as it stated in the legend?
It depends on the license. You can modify it if it's public domain, or CC (except CC-ND)
Because you altered the image (removing labels and leaders) and made a derivative of the original image, would that constitute a new image and a new license?
We have webinars on the CC licenses that will explain the details.
Why keep the color green?
It answers mine, thank you.
Do you have a table of contents we can see?
What did you use to take those histology pictures? Just the camera of the cellphone?
what is the link?
Is the purpose making it accessible to the students or to other faculty?
I think the link would make it look cleaner. If a student needs the description a link might be a bit discouraging
Which part of the paragraph would the students need? Only the title i.e. Thoracic cage? In that case, would it be possible to number the figure and have a reference list at the end of the lab guide or on canvas?
Some image sources are at the bottom of this page: https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/courses/4543/pages/anatomy-and-physiology
Any development/embryology (mitosis)?
Is there any recording I can access this webinar?
We do not
@Yi it will be archived and available both on the ASCCC canvas site and the ASCCC website
Edward Simon Hanson
we do use cadavars and the variability in specimins is core to instruction
We dissect Cats and then I have my students do a presentation comparing the cat organ systems to humans
That sounds like a great idea.
Yes, excellent job!
Is there a group working on Physiology as well?
I think that is a great idea to see all the different versions.
What text are you using?
We teach anatomy and physiology seperate
We lost our combined version, only separate now
Bye all, thanks!
Thank you bye