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Visible Body - Anatomy and Physiology: Using images from Visible Body

Using images from Visible Body

Parts of a cell: nucleus (Visible Body, 2018)

High quality images can be downloaded (website version) or emailed (download app version) from Visible Body to use in presentations, posters, reports, essays, etc. They have to be cited and referenced to give clear acknowledgement.

Images can be manipulated - moved around, zoomed in and elements hidden - to fit your needs.

Manipulating images

Website version - downloading images

Anatomy & Physiology

Click on Tools from the options on the right, then Download Image.

Human Anatomy Atlas

Click on Download Image from the options on the right.

Download app version - emailing images

Anatomy & Physiology

Select Tools from the options on the right, then Email and follow the instructions - the image will be emailed to you.

Human Anatomy Atlas

Select Email from the options running across the bottom and follow the instructions - the image will be emailed to you.

Citing and referencing images

In using images you have to clearly cite with the image and then give a full reference in the reference list.

Citation

Use this citation: (Visible Body, 2018) with images taken from either Anatomy & Physiology or Human Anatomy Atlas.

Reference

For your reference list use either of these examples depending on which software you have used. Take your title from what you have used, ie.: Parts of a cell: nucleus.

Visible Body (2018) 'Title of image' [Image] in: Anatomy & Physiology [Software] Version 5.1. Newton Upper Falls: Argosy Publishing.

Visible Body (2018) 'Title of image' [Image] in: Human Anatomy Atlas [Software] Version 2018.5. Newton Upper Falls: Argosy Publishing.