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USER GUIDEPrimal’s 3D Human Anatomy and Physiologyon Anatomy.tvWelcome to our user guide to 3D Human Anatomyand Physiology on Please read on, orselect one of the links opposite to jump straight toa particular topic.www.primalpictures.comUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYAnatomy.tvGetting startedLogging inFurther helpHome page2345Module interfaceOverviewOpening and closing panelsTopics tabLearning objectivesTopic textView panel67891011Interacting with the 3D modelIdentifying and selecting structures3D sequencesLayersZoom and Flip12131415Other content typesMoviesSlides1617Finding contentSearch: all modulesSearch panelIndex: all modulesIndex tab18192021Applying your knowledgeInteractive learning tab: overviewInteractive learning tab: click a structureInteractive learning tab: color and labelQuizzes tabClinical, Aging and Case studies2223242526Other featuresShare tabSettings tabFavoritesSave tab27282930Additional support for FacultyFaculty area31 Informa Plc. All rights reservedPage 1 of 31

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Anatomy.tvLogging inPlease type your user name and passwordin the subscriber login fields.Main navigationThe top navigation bar offers a number ofuseful links – you may find the Help link,which takes you to our in-depth reference andvideo tutorials pages, particularly useful.The Resource center links to a stock of andPrimal Pictures information and publicity resources.nUsername and PasswordNote that if your institution is IP authenticatedyou will be taken to the products pageautomatically without having to log in soyou will not see this page and login area.Other portalsAthens or Shibboleth users should clickon the appropriate link and log in viathe Athens or Sibboleth sites.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 3 of 31

Anatomy.tvFurther helpYou can find other ways to learn about Primal’s3D Human Anatomy and Physiology on theHelp pages of guideThis type of help is useful if there is a particular button, iconor user-interface feature you would like to learn about.If you are used to our old user interface, this PDFdocument will help orientate you to the new one.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 4 of 31

Anatomy.tvHome pageOnce you have entered a valid username and password you’llbe taken to the Product launch area of the Home page.2The Modules tab is selectedby default, showing thetwenty module launch tiles.1Our products are split intocategories which can beaccessed on the left-handside tab menu. Select theAnatomy & Physiology tab.3Selecting the ‘i’ information iconallows you to preview the contentof an individual module. Youmay then launch that modulefrom the preview box.4. alternatively, if you wish tolaunch the module straight away,select the launch tile itself.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 5 of 31

Module interfaceOverviewOnce you have selected a module it will appear in aseparate browser window. The interface consists ofthree main areas:This area is where you canview and interact with content.Browse panelUse this panel to navigate throughthe content, share and save media,and adjust the settings.View panel12Text panel3This panel is where you can read detailedTopic text. You can also Search for content,review your Learning objectives, andexplore the list of Visible structures.You can access the Help pageson at any time byclicking on the question mark.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 6 of 31

Module interfaceOpening and closing panelsYou can arrange the workspace to suit your needs.This can be especially useful on smaller screens or tablet devices.To open or close the Text panel,click on the header.To close the Browse panel,click on the active menu tab.For even more focus, bothpanels can be closed.In this example, the view has beenenlarged using the Zoom controls.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 7 of 31

Module interfaceTopics tabEach module is divided into a series of topicswhich are accessed through the Topics tab.2The Text panel updateswith the topic’sassociated content.Learning objectivesTOPICS TAB1Select a topic.Summarizes the content youshould be able to understandafter studying each topic.Topic textContains comprehensiveanatomy and physiology textwith embedded multimedia,as well as supplementaryInteractive learning activities.Visible structuresClick on the Visible structuresbar to show a list ofselectable anatomy currentlyvisible in the View panel.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 8 of 31

Module interfaceLearning objectivesThe Learning objectives area lists the key knowledgerequired for a thorough understanding of that topic.The objectives can also be used as revision aids whenyou come to review the topic.The Learning objectivescan be minimized byclicking on this icon.If you need to revise any content, the bluelinks within each set of objectives take youdirectly to the relevant place in the Topic text.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 9 of 31

Module interfaceTopic textThe anatomy and physiology Topic text is clearly andconcisely written, and is presented in easily digestible unitsof information to help facilitate learning.Each topic begins with introductorytext, providing an overviewto the subjects covered.Topics are sub‑divided intosubjects, all of which are clearlymarked by a subject title.Within the topic text, youmay also find links toInteractive learning activities.Clicking on blue text linkswill highlight the relevantstructure in the View panel.You may also find clickable thumbnailsrelating to the topic text. Clickingon these will open the relevantcontent in the main View panel.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 10 of 31

Module interfaceView panelThe View panel can show3D sequences, Movies, and Slides.MOVIESLIDE – DIAGRAMThe title of the View panel contents appearshere. If you have selected a structurein the View panel, the contents title willbe replaced by the structure’s name.3D SEQUENCEMove quickly back and forwardthrough your viewing historyusing these arrows.SLIDE – PHOTOGRAPHSLIDE – STATIC 3D IMAGESLIDESLIDE – ILLUSTRATIONChange how you see the imagewith the View panel controls. Whichof these controls are visible willdepend on the type of contentcurrently being viewed.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 11 of 31

Interacting with the 3D modelIdentifying and selecting structuresAll 3D sequences feature rollover labels tohelp you identify structures. Slides that haveselectable structures also have this feature.2Click on a structure to highlight it.The View panel title will updateto show the structure’s name.1Hovering over a structurewith your mouse pointer willreveal the structure’s name.3You can also select astructure from the list ofVisible structures, located atthe bottom of the Text panel.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 12 of 31

Interacting with the 3D model3D sequencesEvery 3D view features a sequence of images.These 3D sequences usually take the form of rotations,enabling you to study the anatomy through 360 degrees.3D VIEWSOME FRAMES FROM A 3D SEQUENCEDrag with your mouse or fingerin the View panel to movethrough the frame sequence.You can also control thesequence playback usingthe Frame controls:Frame numberPrevious frameJump backNext frameJump forwardFrame controlsUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 13 of 31

Interacting with the 3D modelLayers3D views also feature numerous layersallowing you to study the relationshipsbetween the anatomical structures.A SELECTION OF THE LAYERS IN THE HEAD AND NECK VIEWMove up and down through thelayers using the Layer controls:Layer numberSelect layerLayer upLayer downLayer controlsUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 14 of 31

Interacting with the 3D model –Zoom and FlipThe Zoom controls allow a closerlook at the model.Note that the image will becomeless sharp as you zoom in. As analternative to using zoom, you maywell be able to find a closer viewof the structure you are interestedin by using the Search feature.Zoom inZoom outWhile zoomed in, dragging with the mouseor finger will move rather than rotate theimage. If you wish to rotate the imagewhile zoomed, use the Frame controlsThe Flip controls are useful whenyou want to show the oppositeside of the body, or change theview’s vertical orientation.Flip horizontallyFlip verticallyUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 15 of 31

Other content typesMoviesYou will also find links tosubtitled Movies in the Topic text.Links to Movies areindicated by this play icon.The movie control bar isvisible when the movieis paused or when yourmouse pointer is positionedover the movie.Note that the movie playbackcontrols are specific to thebrowser you are using,so may be different tothose illustrated here.Also note that the playbackcontrols can sometimescover movie subtitles.If so, unpause, or moveyour mouse pointeraway from the movie.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPlay/PauseScrub backwardsand forwardsMuteVolumeSave movieMaximizePage 16 of 31

Other content typesSlidesSlides can be static 3D images, diagrams,illustrations or photographs, many ofwhich have selectable areas.STATIC 3D IMAGEILLUSTRATIONDIAGRAMIf the slide has selectablestructures you will seethe Visible structuresbar. Click on it to see thevisible structures list.PHOTOGRAPHYou can highlight a selectablestructure by clicking on itsname in the list. Alternatively,clicking on the structurein the image will highlightthat structure in the list.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 17 of 31

Finding contentSearch: all modulesIf you know the name, or part of the name, of astructure you can locate it using the Search featurein the Anatomy & Physiology tab on search for structures throughout allof the Anatomy & Physiology modules,use the Search feature located onthe Anatomy & Physiology tab.2Jane SmithPersonal AccountYou can narrow your search toonly certain types of contentusing these checkboxes.3Use the Pick Modules featureif you wish to limit your searchto only certain modules.1Type your search term here.4Click on the orange arrow, orpress return on your keyboard,to display the search results.5Each entry is accompanied by anicon, indicating the content type.Text3D ViewIf there is an exact match, it willappear first. Other similar resultswill appear below, grouped bymodule, then by content type.6Clicking on a blue link will openthe associated module andshow the relevant content.MovieSlideUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 18 of 31

Finding contentSearch panelTo find content within a module, use theSearch bar on the top right.1Begin typing your search term here –the Search panel will appear over thetop of the Text or View panel below.Once you have completed yoursearch, close the Search panelby clicking on the cross.The search results will appearbelow, sorted into folders.(You can uncheck the filtersabove if you are looking for onlya certain type of content.)Open a folder and click onthe desired result to loadthe relevant content.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 19 of 31

Finding contentIndex: all modulesThe Index tab on provides linksto content throughout all of the modules.1Select the initial letter(or number) of the content youwish to locate – the Index willscroll to the initial letter (ornumber) you have selected.2The type of content isindicated by the iconpreceding the link: Text,Movie, Slide or 3D View.3Faded characters indicate thatthere is no content with thatinitial letter (or number).Use the Pick Modules featureif you wish to limit your searchto only certain modules.You can click on the speakericon to hear the pronunciationof that structure, or term.The gray text shows which topictitle the index entry falls under.Clicking on the blue link will openthe associated module and showthe relevant content.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 20 of 31

Finding contentIndex tabUse the Index tab to find content withina module sorted alphabetically.If there is no content for aparticular letter, the folderwill be grayed-out.INDEX TABEach entry is accompaniedby an icon, indicatingthe content type.Text3D ViewMovieSlideUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 21 of 31

Applying your knowledgeInteractive learning tab: overviewThe Interactive learning tab contains activitiesto help you consolidate your learning.INTERACTIVELEARNING TAB1Each of the module’stopics has a number ofInteractive learning activities.There are four types: Quizzes Click a structure Coloring book2 Print and labelAlternatively, the same learningactivities can be accessedfrom within the topic text.Hovering over the bannerwill tell you which typeof activity it links to.QuizUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 22 of 31

Applying your knowledgeInteractive learning tab: click a structureClick a structure allows you toconsolidate knowledge of key structuresby carefully guiding you to interactwith selected 3D views and Slides.1This activity challenges you toidentify the structures listed onthe right-hand-side panel.INTERACTIVELEARNING TAB2Try to identify the structurevisually before hovering orselecting to confirm youranswer. Alternatively, youmay wish to turn off therollover labels in Settings.3If you have trouble finding anyof the structures, you can openthe Visible structures list.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 23 of 31

Applying your knowledgeInteractive learning tab: color and labelThe Color and label banners allow you todownload two types of interactive learning activity:1 Coloring book2 Print and labelHover over the banner to previewwhich type of activity it links to. Clickon the banner to access the activity.Coloring bookINTERACTIVELEARNING TAB12Coloring book activities helpyou learn relationships betweenanatomical structures throughthe use of color-coding.The Print and label activitiesare designed to help youremember key anatomicaland physiological principles.Color the structure namein the list below the image,and the correspondingstructure on the model usingthe same color for both.Each activity features anillustration with severalblank labels. The aim is to fillin the blanks with the correctanatomical structures orphysiological processes.The second page of the coloringbook features an advancedlevel where either the structurename, or the letter guides havebeen removed to make theactivity more challenging.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYIf you need to refresh yourmemory, you can go backand find the full illustrationwithin the module, at any time.Page 24 of 31

Applying your knowledgeQuizzes tabOnce you have digested the informationcovered in each topic, you can testyour knowledge by taking a quiz.1Topic quizzes cover theanatomy and physiologycontent of a particular topic.QUIZZES TAB4Once you have selectedyour answer to a question,click the Submit button.Once you have submittedyour answer, it cannot beamended. The result will bedisplayed immediately.2The last quiz is theModule quiz which testsyour knowledge across all ofthe topics contained withinthe module. You may wishto take the individual Topicquizzes first to practice.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYAt the end of eachquiz, you will be ableto see your points total,indicating whether ornot you have passed.You will be able to reviewthe quiz questions andyour answers againstthe correct responses.Page 25 of 31

Applying your knowledgeClinical, Aging and Case studiesThe Clinical, Aging and Case studiestab extends your knowledge of anatomy,detailing conditions relevant to the module.ClinicalLearn about common clinicalconditions associated with aparticular body system.This section includes anoverview of a clinical conditionfollowed by text on its causes,symptoms, diagnosis,and treatment.CLINICAL, AGING ANDCASE STUDIES TABAgingLearn about how aging affectsthe relevant body system.Case studiesCase studies are an excellentway to test your knowledgeonce you have completeda module.This section includesquestions to test yourknowledge and understandingof the causes, symptoms,diagnosis, and treatment ofcommon clinical conditions.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 26 of 31

Other featuresShare tabShare content with other Anatomy.tvsubscribers using the Share tab.2You can then share this web address with anyone whohas an active subscription to 3D Human Anatomy andPhysiology – and provided they are logged in, they canclick on the link and access the exact piece of contentyou want to share with them.You can also use this web address to provide a directlink to content from within lesson plans, coursematerial, or simply embed into course informationdirectly within a Learning Management System.1You can direct other usersto specific content usingthe Copy link button.Lesson plansSHARE TABCourse materialEmailLMS platformsPresentationsUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYPage 27 of 31

Other featuresSettings tabThe Settings tab has a number of controls whichallow you to adjust how you view the 3D model.Hiding titlesUseful for self-testing, thesecheck-boxes allow you tohide the View panel rolloverlabels or the titles above theView panel and Text panel.Swipe speedAdjust how quickly you movethrough the frame sequencewhile swiping.SETTINGS TABUSER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYHighlight colorYou can choose a differenthighlight color to makeyour selection more visible.The highlight color will alsochange in selectable Slides.Background colorThe background color canalso be adjusted to makestructures more visible.(Currently only available inChrome browser on desktop.)Page 28 of 31

Other featuresFavoritesUse the Favorites tab to save linksto your favorite content.Add favoriteAdd folderOpens the Add Favorite dialogue box,where you can specify a name and folderlocation for your new Favorite.Save to fileLoad from fileFavorites are stored locally on yourcomputer. If you would like to access themon another computer, you will first need toSave to file. This creates an .txt file whichyou can then transfer to the other computer.Opening foldersOpen folders by clicking on the arrow to their left.Selecting a Favorite ora folder will reveal itsEdit and Delete buttons.EditAllows you to rename aselected Favorite orfolder or to specify adifferent folder location.USER GUIDE: PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYOpens the Add folder dialoguebox where you can specify a nameand location for your new folder.Use the Load from file buttonto import your previouslycreated Favorites .txt fileto the new computer.You can relocate your Favoritesand Favorites folders by draggingthem from one folder to another.FAVORITES TABDeleteDeletes your selectedFavorite or folder fromthe Favorites tab.Page 29 of 31

Other featuresSave tabThe Save tab allows you download images,movies and text articles – you can then addthem to presentations, lecture notes, andLearning Management Systems.Save topic textSave topic PDFSaves the current Topic textin plain text format.Saves the current Topic text asa PDF, complete with images.Save imageClicking this button will savethe current 3D sequenceframe or Slide, according towhich type of content iscurrently shown in theView panel.If you are currently viewing a

The anatomy and physiology Topic text is clearly and concisely written, and is presented in easily digestible units of information to help facilitate learning. SE GIDE: PIMAL’S 3D HMA AATOM AD PHSIOLOG Page 10 of 31. SLIDE USER GUIDE: PRIMALS 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Page 11 of 31 MOVIE SLIDE – DIAGRAM SLIDE – ILLUSTRATION SLIDE – PHOTOGRAPH SLIDE – STATIC 3D IMAGE The View .

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