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Presentation Skills - EklavyaParv

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The possession of impressive presentation skills brings success in life. In all domains of life we need to remain presentable. In the Social-Business-Professional-Educational-Personal-Cultural or in any other segment of life, we need to impress others. Hence, Presentation Skills are must be imparted to the learners.

Material Type: Diagram/Illustration, Lecture Notes, Student Guide, Teaching/Learning Strategy, Textbook

Resume Writing

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Why do we need a 'Good' Resume? We do not get a job just by sending a good one, rather we get a call for the Interview. This is what we need to remember. I am no one to give policy statement on Resume Making. None of us can dictate a perfect resume. However, it is not a discouragement to anyone. We need to make a good one, which earns a call for the interview. The employers may not be looking at the quality of paper, but they are more keen to know what possibilities you carry. The Resume/CV you send is a 'selling document'. You sell your skills and in this barter system, you get an opportunity to work with the skills and expertise you have demonstrated.

Material Type: Lecture Notes, Reading, Student Guide

Author: Parveen Sharma

All Systems are Go!

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In this online activity, a fictional character, Arnold is missing a number of body parts. Students are presented with a body system and a variety of organs. Students drag and drop all the organs that belong in that particular body system to Arnold's body. Once all four systems are complete, a clothed Arnold will appear.Note: if students drag in an organ that doesn't belong, all the organs pop out and students have to start that system over. This exercise can also be found at Kineticcity.com under mind games.

Material Type: Simulation, Teaching/Learning Strategy

Anatomy Atlases: A Digital Library of Anatomy Information

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This collection of atlases and textbooks is intended to educate patients, healthcare providers, and students in anatomy. Topics include human anatomy, human anatomy in cross-section, microscopic anatomy, anatomy of first aid, human anatomic variation, and osteology. The collection includes both historic and modern atlases, is searchable by keyword or term, and includes a frequently-asked-questions feature. Other materials include user reviews and links to related digital libraries.

Material Type: Diagram/Illustration

Authors: Michael P. D'Alessandro, MD, Ronald A. Bergman, PhD

Anatomy Physiology: The Muscular System MCQ Quiz by OpenStax College

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Chapter 11: The Muscular System MCQ Multiple Choices Questions Quiz Test Bank 11.1 Interactions of Skeletal Muscles, Their Fascicle Arrangement, and Their Lever Systems 11.2 Naming Skeletal Muscles 11.3 Axial Muscles of the Head, Neck, and Back 11.4 Axial Muscles of the Abdominal Wall and Thorax 11.5 Muscles of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limbs 11.6 Appendicular Muscles of the Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limbs

Material Type: Assessment, Unit of Study

Author: OpenStax College

Web Anatomy

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Detailed descriptions of human systems and human physiology including system models for identification and labeling. Web anatomy - An easy-to-use activity to help entry-level anatomy students.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

eText of Human Anatomy and Physiology

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This “streamlined” text provides detailed information about the salient topics covered in a traditional first year two course sequence in college Anatomy and Physiology without a lot of peripheral information. This allows students to focus on the primary concepts without getting lost in ancillary information that may or may not be relevant. This text should also serve as a good review for anyone wanting to brush up on the subject. Interested readers will include allied health students such as nursing, surgical technology, physical therapy, medical assistant, dental assistant, massage therapy, pre-medical and pre-chiropractic. It is presented in an etext format that allows a number of advantages over printed medium. These include the ability to search through the text by entering terms in the search window (eliminating the need for an index), the ability to enlarge diagrams, and the portability of an electronic file. There are also review questions at the end of each chapter with an answer key in the back of the text. Lastly there is a text webpage that includes learning plans, podcasts, powerpoints, links and videos to help students along. This material is licensed under the creative commons license. This means that instructors are free to share, copy, modify and distribute. The only requirement is to cite the author. Contains content for 2-semester course sequence in human anatomy and physiology. Many illustrations and review questions.

Material Type: Textbook

Author: Dr. Bruce Forciea

Human Body Anatomy Physiology MCQ Quiz by OpenStax College

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Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Human Body 1.1 Overview of Anatomy and Physiology . 1.2 Introduction to Anatomy Module 3: Structural Organization of the Human Body 1.3 Introduction to Anatomy Module 4: Functions of Human Life 1.4 Requirements for Human Life . 1.5 Homeostasis . 1.6 Anatomical Terminology . 1.7 Medical Imaging .

Material Type: Assessment, Homework/Assignment, Unit of Study

Author: OpenStax College

The Secret Life of the Brain

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This site presents a history of efforts to understand the brain, a three-dimensional tour of the brain, optical illusions, and an animation showing how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) works. Video clips examine how the brain evolves and differs from infancy to childhood, adolescence, and through adulthood.

Material Type: Lecture, Reading

Letter Generator

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The Letter Generator is a useful tool for students to learn the parts of a business or friendly letter and then compose and print letters for both styles of correspondence.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Interactive

Conflict Management: Translating criticisms and complaints into requests

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CHALLENGE FOUR is to translate your (and other people's) complaints and criticisms into specific requests, and explain the positive outcomes envisioned in your requests. In order to get more cooperation from others, whenever possible ask for what you want by using specific, action-oriented, positive language rather than by using generalizations, "why's," "don'ts" or "somebody should's." Help your listeners comply by explaining your requests with a "so that...", "it would help me to... if you would..." or "in order to..." Also, when you are receiving criticism and complaints from others, translate and restate the complaints as action requests.

Material Type: Reading, Syllabus

Author: Dennis Rivers