A Whole Page of Guts
You spoke and we listened! In response to student requests, we've created a whole page showing what models we have available for student use in the library. Read more to see how it works.
The link to the Anatomical Models page can be found under "Services" on the Library homepage. We photograph the models and post the pictures up on the Anatomical Models page as a gallery. The models shown are available to BMCC students for checkout and use inside the library. All the particulars about checkout and use are listed at the bottom of the Anatomical Models page, here.
Check the Anatomical Models page often! As models are placed on or removed from our Course Reserves shelves by your instructors, we'll photograph new ones and and update the page. (Keep an eye on this blog, too -- we'll post a notice when we've gotten new models.)
We've got other great resources for study or review, too:
- See what's available by searching your course number or name here. There are textbooks, guides, DVDs, atlases, and more on our Course Reserve shelves, specially chosen by your instructors.
- Try looking up the structure or system you're studying on AccessScience for a full rundown of its anatomy, function, and interactions.
- Want to be more specific? Search for info in the Nursing and Allied Health Collection or the Nursing Resource Center.
- We have lots of full-color atlases of human anatomy you can check out and take home.
- See interactive laboratory dissections at Human Anatomy, from the SUNY Downstate Medical Center.