• Universal Class: Anatomy and Physiology 101

    zero stars

    This resource does not appear to be at the medical student level. It does seem to be a full, self-paced course and offers a certificate of continuing education upon completion. It is not free and would not replace any portion of an anatomy course.

  • University of New England's Medical Biochemistry

    2 stars

    The course appears to be comprehensive, but without being able to access any sample material, it is difficult to assess the quality. The resource is very expensive and requires a constant and stable internet connection.

  • Visible Body

    3 stars

    This resource provides various apps, videos, and downloadable programs with detailed 3D computer graphics of anatomy structures. The visuals are clean, detailed, interactive, and up to a medical student’s level. However, there are no corresponding lectures, there are no quizzes/exams, and no textbook material is provided. 

  • Visual Histology

    2 stars

    This resource is very expensive, but the information is detailed and comprehensive. It could be used by an institution to supplement the lecture component of a histology course.