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Finding Body Parts - OER for Anatomy - Shared screen with speaker view
Teresa Trendler
05:47
1pm correct?
amanda taintor
13:26
correct
amanda taintor
17:58
yes and yes
Suzanne Wakim
19:54
tinyurl.com/ASCCC-OpenEd
Teresa Trendler
20:52
what is the meeting iD?
Chiara Mazzasette
21:46
897 282 253
Suzanne Wakim
22:15
meeting ID - 897-282-253
Suzanne Wakim
25:09
tinyurl.com/ASCCC-OpenEd
Amanda Carey
30:57
What is it? Wiki commons?
Suzanne Wakim
31:01
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
Amanda Carey
31:30
thank you
Chiara Mazzasette
35:03
I love those images! Is it ok to modify an openly available picture as long as it stated in the legend?
Suzanne Wakim
35:34
It depends on the license. You can modify it if it's public domain, or CC (except CC-ND)
Chiara Mazzasette
35:44
Thanks!
Nadra Farina-Hess
35:47
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?
Suzanne Wakim
35:48
We have webinars on the CC licenses that will explain the details.
Teresa Trendler
36:18
Why keep the color green?
Chiara Mazzasette
37:39
Yes
Nadra Farina-Hess
37:40
It answers mine, thank you.
Teresa Trendler
42:35
Do you have a table of contents we can see?
Chiara Mazzasette
47:53
What did you use to take those histology pictures? Just the camera of the cellphone?
Jackie Garner
52:26
what is the link?
Suzanne Wakim
53:30
https://www.oercommons.org/courses/anatomy-and-physiology-lab-homework-pdf
Jackie Garner
53:44
Thanks
Chiara Mazzasette
59:24
Is the purpose making it accessible to the students or to other faculty?
Amanda Carey
59:29
I think the link would make it look cleaner. If a student needs the description a link might be a bit discouraging
Chiara Mazzasette
01:01:55
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?
Suzanne Wakim
01:05:10
https://www.oercommons.org/courses/anatomy-and-physiology-lab-homework-pdf
Suzanne Wakim
01:05:31
accessibility" https://cccaccessibility.org/
amanda taintor
01:05:51
https://cccaccessibility.org/resources/acc-help-desk
Suzanne Wakim
01:08:09
Some image sources are at the bottom of this page: https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/courses/4543/pages/anatomy-and-physiology
Teresa Trendler
01:08:42
Any development/embryology (mitosis)?
Teresa Trendler
01:10:03
Thanks
Yi Liang
01:11:17
Is there any recording I can access this webinar?
Amanda Carey
01:11:18
We do not
amanda taintor
01:11:57
@Yi it will be archived and available both on the ASCCC canvas site and the ASCCC website
Edward Simon Hanson
01:12:07
we do use cadavars and the variability in specimins is core to instruction
Amanda Carey
01:13:11
We dissect Cats and then I have my students do a presentation comparing the cat organ systems to humans
Yi Liang
01:13:14
Thank you!
Amanda Carey
01:13:27
That sounds like a great idea.
Suzanne Wakim
01:13:33
wakimsu@butte.edu
Teresa Trendler
01:13:46
I'm interested
Parisa mousavi
01:15:02
me too
Jackie Garner
01:15:34
Yes, excellent job!
Amanda Carey
01:16:05
Is there a group working on Physiology as well?
Amanda Carey
01:19:26
I think that is a great idea to see all the different versions.
Teresa Trendler
01:21:23
What text are you using?
Amanda Carey
01:22:01
Thank you!
Amanda Carey
01:22:59
We teach anatomy and physiology seperate
Teresa Trendler
01:23:05
We lost our combined version, only separate now
Suzanne Wakim
01:25:37
whitney.menefee@reedleycollege.edu
Chiara Mazzasette
01:26:23
Thank you!
Teresa Trendler
01:26:32
LOL
Teresa Trendler
01:26:53
Bye all, thanks!
Whitney Menefee
01:27:02
Thanks everyone!
Yi Liang
01:27:25
Thank you bye