November 10, 2020
Muscle Contraction Physiology
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November 10, 2020
Muscle Contraction Physiology
I teach college Anatomy and Physiology courses and produce media for elearning. 
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2021-02-13 11:57:18
2021-02-13 11:57:18

Great animation!! As an athlete I’m always fascinated with the idea of learning the functionality of specific parts of the body. Your graphics were clean and your animation is to envy. Love it!!

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2021-02-10 13:02:24
2021-02-10 13:02:24

thanks

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2020-12-06 16:49:17
2020-12-06 16:49:17

Very good information. The quiz, maybe they should be able to also answer wrong and have some points instead of always have answered everything correctly .

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2020-11-15 01:52:54
2020-11-15 01:52:54

Good information.

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2020-11-14 11:25:11
2020-11-14 11:25:11

Great presentation! Would love to work further on this, but as a complete beginner, I dont understand how to download this presentation…?

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2020-11-13 16:20:48
2020-11-13 16:20:48

Thank you so much.

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2020-11-12 17:40:05
2020-11-12 17:40:05

I’m attempting to get better with my transitions and animation, so I really liked how you incorporated yours, example: how the protein filaments illustrations zooms into place on the right).

Any reason why the blue buttons on the following page aren’t labeled or an icon or something resembling more of a button or hotspot wasn’t used (just curious)?

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2020-11-13 16:19:03
2020-11-13 16:19:03
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InstructionalRy
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Thanks for your comment. I’ve used the blue buttons in previous activities such as select to learn more and drag and drop. Just something to be consistent.

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2020-11-14 06:32:54
2020-11-14 06:32:54
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DrBruceF
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Gotcha!

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2020-11-12 13:48:03
2020-11-12 13:48:03

the music can also be with the interactivity not continuous.

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2020-11-13 16:20:23
2020-11-13 16:20:23
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Thanks for the comment. Actually, I usually don’t use music unless I’m developing a game. Studies have shown that music can be distracting. Just wanted to try it out for this one.

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2020-11-11 14:46:33
2020-11-11 14:46:33

Excellent L3 Muscle anatomy and physiology tool

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