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How Faculty and Student Input Shaped Co’s “Anatomy & Physiology,” 1e [INFOGRAPHIC]

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How Faculty and Student Input Shaped Co’s “Anatomy & Physiology,” 1e [INFOGRAPHIC]



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Design is a team effort MindTap A textbook is needed. In the process developing MindTap for Dr. Elizabeth Co’s “Anatomy & Physiology,” 1e, we surveyed 500 students and 170 faculty across 138 universities and colleges to understand the unique needs and pain points of a first-year Anatomy and Physiology course.

Then, we worked closely with the author and other experts in the field to develop a title that would be useful for instructors and students.

“I like the case studies. Relevance is important to motivating students to do the work to learn A&P concepts. Case studies challenge them to use their learning in ways that can help others in a future healthcare job.”

—Janet Brodsky, Ivy Tech Community College

For 2-semester Anatomy & Physiology instructors who want to motivate and help students learn key concepts, Co’s “Anatomy & Physiology” provides a student-friendly, clinical approach with a unique learner-centric framework.

MindTap for “Anatomy & Physiology,” 1e is the digital learning solution that powers students from memorization to mastery. MindTap Includes 3D models and activities that promote active learning.

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