Anatomy TV (also known as Primal Pictures) is a database containing 3-D human anatomy images with descriptions, layers of pictures and interactive learning activities. Images can be observed as individual organs or as a region of the body. They can be used for teaching, presentations, assignments or dissertations.
How can I use it?
Select the category such as atlas, imaging, functional or clinical anatomy. Choose part of the anatomy to view and browse the collection using the tabs and the table of contents. Images can be rotated and customised.
Your go-to resource for proper citing and referencing.
It covers how to cite and reference resources in your work using Harvard, the standard style for City, as well as APA, MLA, MHRA, OSCOLA and Vancouver referencing styles.Content includes step-by-step instructions for citing and referencing anything you use in your work including:
Cite Them Right also has added content including videos, tips and tricks and guidelines for avoiding plagiarism.
How can I use it? Search for the type of resource you want to reference (e.g. ‘magazine article’) or browse using the categories at the top and choose your preferred style. Use the box next to the reference example to fill in your reference without having to switch between your browser and document.