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About Anatomy Explorer

Explore detailed visualizations of human anatomy with InnerBody's Anatomy Explorer.  Anatomy Explorer is a free resource and is especially useful for students in nursing and allied health-fields.  Students will benefit from the detailed interactive visualizations and copious notes explaining various parts of human anatomy, their function and associated health issues.  Anatomy Explorer contains profiles for the Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Endocrine, Nervous, Respiratory, Lymphatic, Urinary, Reproductive and Integumentary Systems that go into great depth on each element.

 

General Library Services

  • To renew books call the circulation department at (443) 885-3477
  • To request materials from other libraries like books, articles, and dvds use:  Inter-library Loan (ILL) (requires registration)
  • Request Group Study Room

Ask a Librarian

 Off Campus:   
   Text: 443-399-2123
   Phone: 443-885-3477 (8am-5pm)
   E-mail: library.reference@morgan.edu
On Campus:
   Phone: 1703 (10am-4pm)
   Visit the circulation desk and ask to speak with a librarian

Library Hours

Hours for Spring 2024

Monday  - Thursday
8 am to 12 midnight
Friday
8 am to 9 pm
Saturday
9 am to 6 pm
Sunday
1 pm to 12 midnight

Access Anatomy Explorer

To access Anatomy Explorer click HERE

or use the direct URL: 

https://www.innerbody.com/htm/body.html

Example

See below for an example of Anatomy Explorer contents.  A simple point and click interface allows you to navigate the human body and expand the descriptive notes for each area of focus.

Serials & eResources Librarian

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Kathryn Donald
Contact:
Earl S. Richardson Library
Room 210B
Serials Department
kathryn.donald@morgan.edu
(443) 885-1715
Subjects: Medicine
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