Tag Archives: anatomical models

Resource Spotlight: Human Anatomy from Gale (new resource)

Human anatomy

This new resource allows you to use interactive models and activities to learn about human anatomy. Tour through systems, search by region of the body, or study the 3D printable models. You can also do a search or browse through the activities available to help with your learning needs.

This resources is also linked through both the Anatomical Model Research Guide and through the Nursing Resources Research Guide.

Remember that you can check out physical Anatomical Models for study to use in the library. Contact the Circulation Desk with questions, or see this FAQ.

If I Only Had a Brain….Anatomical Models at the Library

Anatomical Model

Anatomical Model

Did you know that the library has a variety of anatomical structure models that can add significant understanding to your anatomy study?  Some of the models include:

  • Heart
  • Brain
  • Ear
  • Eye
  • Respiratory system
  • Muscle
  • Digestion
  • Skeletal system

Models are checked out at the Circulation Desk in the library (847-214-7337), where a complete list is available.

You must have an ECC library card to check out the models, and items must be used within the library building.  There is no time limit for use.