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From 1985 to 2007, the Slice of Life Project
served as a nonprofit, cooperative venture
creating and sharing educational materials
using computers, multimedia, and new media
in health care, health sciences, and medical education.

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Go to HEAL Project website

Go to Knowledge Weavers website

Go to Neurologic Exam Website

Go to PediNeurologic Exam Website

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Videodisc Giveaway

Slice of Life Videodiscs no longer available.

  • We had a good run with the laser-vision 12-inch videodiscs from 1985 to 2005. Twenty years is a worthy record for the use of a technology. That said, this website still contains a great deal of information about the project and its databank of 44,000 images, mostly as an historical record for a far-reaching endeavor and an acknowledgement of Slice of Life's 250 contributors.
  • To read more about the Slice of Life project and its image databank on videodisc, refer to the various links in the Table of Contents on the left side of this page.

 

Slice of Life Workshop 2006

Slice of Life Workshops

   
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Slice of Life Mailing List and Announcement Listerv

  • Slice of Life is all internet in its communications and postings. We have discontinued our use of snail mail and will instead post important information and updates about the Slice of Life and related projects via our listserv.
  • Proctored by Suzanne Hardy and hosted via the National Academic Mailing List Service in the United Kingdom.
  • This is not a junk mail list with dozens of daily postings. When something is posted, it will be important!
  • Register yourself!

 

Digital Brain Atlas CD-ROM

HEAL Project Continues to Grow

Go to HEAL Project website

  • The multi-institutional repository of multimedia learning objects for health sciences education continues to grow.
  • HEAL's vision is to create a premier national digital library for all levels of health sciences education by providing free and easy access to a large number of high-quality educational materials.
  • The Project is made possible by grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Library of Medicine
  • Get more information!

 

Digital Brain Atlas CD-ROM

Knowledge Weavers Project Creating more Multimedia Resources

Go to Knowledge Weavers website

  • Sponsored by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
  • Supported by the National Library of Medicine
  • Creating innovative multimedia resources to support health sciences education
  • Get more information!

 

Digital Brain Atlas CD-ROM

NEUROLOGIC EXAM: An Anatomical Approach

Go to Neurologic Exam Website

  • Created by Paul D. Larsen, M.D.
    University of Nebraska School of Medicine
  • Created by Suzanne S. Stensaas, M.D.
    University of Utah School of Medicine
  • Conducting the Mental Status, Cranial Nerve, Coordination, Sensory, Motor and Gait Neurologic Exams for Adults
  • Hundreds of QuickTime movies, normal & abnormal, for viewing and download
  • Visit the website!

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Digital Brain Atlas CD-ROM

PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGIC EXAM: A Neurodevelopmental Approach

Go to PediNeurologic Exam Website

  • Created by Paul D. Larsen, M.D.
    University of Nebraska School of Medicine
  • Created by Suzanne S. Stensaas, M.D.
    University of Utah School of Medicine
  • Conducting Neurological Exams with Newborns, 3-month, 6-month, 12-month, 18-month, and 2-1/2 year olds
  • Hundreds of QuickTime movies, normal & abnormal, for viewing and download
  • Visit the website!

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    Digital Brain Atlas CD-ROM


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