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Welcome to our Next Generation Anatomy.tv help page. Please choose a learning resource from the options below.
Click on the colored balloons to learn about each feature.
For Point-and-click help, please use a device with a minimum screen size of 1024px by 768px (iPad landscape or larger)
The embedding function allows you to embed interactive content from Anatomy.tv into your own online resources such as Learning Management Systems (LMS), Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) or websites. The embedded content retains its original dynamic nature and functionality, for example a 3D interactive view will retain its layering, rotational and labelling functions.
All products that use the HTML5 interface, such as 3D Atlas, 3D Functional Anatomy, Human Anatomy and Physiology. Please note, 3D Real-time cannot currently be embedded.
Simply create an embed link from the products and copy into the HTML of your LMS, VLE or website. See our Point-and-click page for details.
All content from our HTML5 can be embedded, so 3D views, slides, animations, movies, images and quizzes.
Yes, simply select the 'Embed text' button before you generate your code. Once embedded, the text will update as different structures are selected. Please note, this functionality isn't available for movies, or slides without interactive labels, as they don't have associated text.
Absolutely. When creating the link, simply select 'Product link' to add a button to your page that will launch the full product, displaying precisely the content you embedded.
There are three controls in the panel: small, medium and large.
You can also change the size of the embedded view manually by altering the code itself. Simply amend the numbers specified in the 'width' and 'height' attributes:
Sure, simply change the background colour in the settings, and the new colour will display in your embedded view.
Yes, simply switch off the rollovers and structure titles in the settings. This is a great way to bring a quizzing element to your course materials.
Yes, anything selected will be copied in the embedded view.
As far as we are aware. At launch, we have tested the links on all the major providers. However, if you are experiencing issues, please do get in touch at [email protected]
Yes, however users of the website will need to be logged into Anatomy.tv to view the content. If it's a website hosted by your institution and you have IP access, they will be logged in automatically. However if the website is hosted externally to your institution, users will not be able to log in and so won't be able to view the content. If you do wish to embed content in an external website, please contact your Key Account Manager for licensing options.
Slightly different code is required according to where you are going to embed the content – simply choose the destination from the list. If your particular destination is not listed, we recommend using the default (iFrame) option first. If you are experience difficulties, try one of the other two options.
Yes, but if you aren't logged in to Anatomy.tv already, you will need to log in first on Anatomy.tv in order to see the embedded view. You can, however, avoid this step. Simply send us the URL of your LMS or VLE and we will add it to our allowed list. This will mean that users will be able to view the embedded content without needing to log in. Please contact [email protected] to set this up.
Unfortunately not, the viewer only works in online systems such as LMS/VLEs/websites.
All modern browsers, so Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari and Internet Explorer 11.
If you are using Internet Explorer 11 you may need to allow 3rd party cookies. You can do this in the Advanced settings of the Privacy tab in Internet Options. This is accessed via the gear wheel icon top right of the browser.
We hope this does not occur, but if it does, please contact [email protected]
Your institution may not have access to the latest version of Anatomy.tv. Please contact your librarian or Key Account Manager for licensing options.
Embedded views are packed with 36 images per layer and they may take a moment to load. If you have more than one view embedded into a specific page and you find they are taking a while to load, you may want to try and reduce the number until the loading time is sufficiently reduced.
You need to be logged in to Anatomy.tv to view the content. If your institution has IP access, this should happen automatically. If you have an individual username and password, you may need to enter your details.
It may be that your LMS or VLE is hosted externally (such as www.VLE.com/yourinstitution). If this is the case it is easily solved by adding the URL to our system, please just contact [email protected] and we will be able to fix the issue.