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MUSCULOSKELETAL ANATOMY

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SWANSEA UNIVERSITY Learn about the musculoskeletal anatomy of the hand & movements of the fingers and thumb by Sam Webster, Jenni Eynon, Eric Tsui, Jonathan Styles and Stephen Diamond.

ANATOMY 4: DRAWING THE BRACHIAL PLEXUS

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SWANSEA UNIVERSITY Dr Sam Webster shows how to quickly sketch the main layout of the brachial plexus.

ANATOMY 3: THE CERVICAL PLEXUS

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SWANSEA UNIVERSITY Dr Sam Webster and Dr Rhiannon Fish show the nerves of the cervical plexus and other relevant structures.

ANATOMY 2 : THE ANTERIOR TRIANGLE OF THE NECK

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SWANSEA UNIVERSITY Dr Sam Webster and Dr Rhiannon deWreede talk about the anterior triangle of the neck .. with some more paint .

ANATOMY 1 THE POSTERIOR TRIANGLE OF THE NECK

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SWANSEA UNIVERSITY Dr Sam Webster takes a brief look at the anatomy of the posterior triangle of the neck.

SENRGy – BEE MORPHOMETRICS

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BANGOR UNIVERSITY Imported honey bees from mainland Europe are thought to have diluted the genetic make-up of the British bee, rendering it less well adapted to the climate and environment. Scientists at Bangor have developed a method for beekeepers to increase their chances of breeding more robust bees in the UK. The method allows beekeepers […]

HERITAGE TOGETHER

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BANGOR UNIVERSITY The focus of the project is on producing heritage data in conjunction with local communities. Photographs of heritage artefacts and environments will be uploaded onto our website (www.HeritageTogether.org). So, come and get involved! Take photographs, upload them to the server, and see them in three-dimensions. If you come to one of our exhibitions, […]

MY FAVOURITE PROTEIN PODCAST

Dr Dave Whitworth Podcast Protein

ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY Dr Russ Morphew has created a series of Podcasts designed for 2nd year Biology students with a Biochemistry focus launched in the Proteins and Enzymes module that he coordinates. It is designed as a teaching aid for two reasons: 1) to enthuse the students in the area of proteins and to show the […]

EXEMPLARY COURSE AWARDS

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ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY In September 2013, the E-learning Team at Aberystwyth University launched the first annual AU Exemplary Course Award (ECA) to honour modules that demonstrate exemplary practice in four areas: Course Design, Interaction & Collaboration, Assessment and Learner Support. The criteria are based on the Blackboard Exemplary Course Programme (ECP), one of Blackboard’s Catalyst Awards. […]

AN INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTUAL AND HISTORICAL ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGY

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ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY A video by lecturer, Dr Gareth Hall, made in cooperation with the CADARN Learning Portal at Aberystwyth University.  This is the first pilot video in a series that will be made to accompany Dr Hall’s new module, Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology. Gareth Hall Behind the Scenes A behind-the-scenes look at the […]

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