THE DIGITAL AGE HAS BROUGHT NEW RESOURCES AND TOOLS TO EDUCATORS, AIDING THE EVOLUTION FROM A SINGLE REFERENCE TEXTBOOK TO MULTI-MODAL RESOURCES

The 3D Organon software is such a resource. It enables visual and experiential learning and engages students irrespective of learning styles.

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UTILIZING DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION

The digital age has enabled new ways of teaching and learning. It brought new technologies and reinvented the existing ones, as to improve and accelerate the learning process. Virtual reality (VR) is such a technology and it is promised to revolutionize education. Learning in a VR environment keeps distractions away due to high-degree of immersion. The VR version of 3D Organon kicks the boredom factor out of the classroom.

3D Organon VR Anatomy, the world’s first fully-featured virtual reality app, is already being used in many educational institutions as part of their curriculum. Some of them are the: New York School of Medicine, Penn State College of Medicine, University of Montana, University of California San Francisco, Taipei Medical School, Washington State University, University of Illinois, Lufkin High School, LaTrobe University, Georgetown University, ULM University, Giessen University, Nova Southeastern University, Bond University, New Haven University, University of New Mexico, Swansea University, British Columbia University, University of South Carolina, Swansea University, University of Central Oklahoma, University of Colorado, Western Norway University, Universidad Europea De Madrid, European University, and many others.

INCORPORATING 3D VISUALS IN PEDAGOGY

Including 3D visuals in pedagogy leads to increased retention of knowledge due to multi-angle stimuli. The 3D models in 3D Organon apps are a wealth of knowledge for easier understanding key anatomical concepts which are essential for learning clinical, topographic and systems-based anatomy.

3D Organon apps include over 4,000 3D models covering every organ, bone, muscle, and structure of the human body. The models are accompanied by comprehensive anatomical definitions.

DESIGNED TO SATISFY VARIOUS LEVELS OF DIDACTIC REQUIREMENTS

3D Organon is a feature-rich software with multiple levels of detail. It is already adopted by numerous educational institutions. 3D Organon is designed for academic use but it is also easy to grasp by a diverse range of students and users without a medical or scientific background. It is designed to satisfy various levels of didactic requirements.

3D Organon apps can be simply used as a spotter for identifying anatomical structures but full depth detail, such as descriptions and toolkits, is for those sharing an interest in profound learning.

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Michelle Moscova
University of New South Wales
Senior Lecturer

The last thing this exciting probably happened with “Fabrica”, which is the first anatomical comprehesive text, which was published centuries ago.

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NYU School of Medicine
Marketing Manager

Education via VR/AR enables more immersive, engaging, and experiential learning to occur by presenting data in a way that deepens essential medical knowledge.

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Derek Harmon
University of California, San Fransisco
Assistant Professor of Anatomy

It’s a learning experience almost like putting a puzzle together.

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Dave Privasky
Collegiate High School, Richmond, Virginia
Science teacher

It’s almost like you can step into the body.

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Debbie King
Westerville South High School, Ohio
Library specialist

Because it’s 3D you are actually able to see it like you do in person. So, perhaps we are not able to go to the cadaver lab at OSU to actually see a real autopsy. But now, the kids can kind of get their hands on a body.

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Dr. Joshua Jacobs
Washigton State University
Professor and Chair of the Department Of Medical Education and Clinical Sciences

We are committed to having our students train first in a simulated environment, while they are learning in a clinical environment under close supervision.

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Jessica Cantrell
Lufkin High School, Texas
Teacher

Ιt gives students the ability to take a look inside the human body, as well as dissect and manipulate each anatomical region.