Webinar on Thursday: Meeting Online Learning Objectives with Primal Pictures

Primal Pictures from partner TDS Health, would like to reach out at this difficult time to support your online/distance learning objectives. We would like to invite you to join a Remote Learning Webinar to demonstrate some of the ways you can utilize Primal Pictures to help facilitate engaging and efficient remote learning activities.

Remote Learning Webinar



Thursday, April 9th
11:00 am (EDT), 10:00 am (CDT), 9:00 am (MDT), 8:00 am (PDT)

HOSTED BY: David Hughes, Primal Pictures Product Specialist and Lorna Wilson, Primal Pictures Product Director

Primal Pictures Can Support Your Online Learning

In the meantime, we’ve also included below some details on how Primal can aid your online learning and will help facilitate the continued running of classes.

  • Emulate the cadaver lab, with Primal’s 3D Real-time
    > Maintain the benefits of dissection remotely with a selection of dissection scenes in Real-time
    > 2D dissection slides are correlated to pre-set models of interactive 3D anatomy models that you can highlight in unison and color-code according to anatomy
    > Create spotter style exams for student preparation or use as a replacement to in-lab assessments at this difficult time

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  • Promote independent learning, with Human Anatomy and Physiology
    > One of our flagship products specifically designed with students in mind
    > Containing learning objectives, guided learning, interactive 3D views, narrated movies and quizzing – it contains everything a student would need to independently self-study the core principles of anatomy and physiology
  • Find content quickly, with Anatomy.tv Smart Search
    > Quickly find content on any structure within your Primal subscription and get directed to the precise location within products to see your results
  • Share all content, even to remote users
    > Share and send a URL direct to your students so you can still guide them in their studies
  • Perceptual and Adaptive Learning Modules (PALMs)
    > Trackable assessments covering the whole body and structures from every system that you can assign to students and monitor progress remotely to aid their preparation for exams
    > Students can also take assessments independently and work through regions or systems at their own pace – no assessment is the same, as PALMs adapts questions depending on the competency of the user

For more information, contact Primal Pictures partner TDS Health for a free demo of Primal Pictures. Or, already a subscriber and need product training? Please let your representative know.