The new Human Anatomy & Physiology (HAPS) Histology Image Database is now available!
This is a "wiki" project that is comprised of an online community of A&P professors who contribute photographs of different human tissues to be used in the "public domain" for A&P education. That means you have permission to use them for PowerPoint presentations, test items, case studies, lab demonstrations and quizzes, wallpaper for your computer . . . whatever you can think of.
[WARNING: In reality, there may be some copyright-restricted images peppered throughout the database. However, these are to have clear copyright statements attached to them so that you can tell which have restrictions.]
Details about how to use the wiki are found at the histology page at the HAPS website.
The image database is located at hapshistology.wetpaint.com but you can't get in without an invitation.
I'm a member of the wiki, so I can invite you . . . just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me
- if you are a HAPS member (or not a HAPS member)
- where you teach A&P and
- that you want to join the HAPS Histology wiki.
To join HAPS go to the membership invitation page at the HAPS website.
And stay tuned, because I'll soon be sharing some FREE PowerPoint slides based on some of these images!