This blog now has a new feature . . . AnswerTips
. If you double-click any word or phrase in this blog, a floating box will appear with additional information.
You can use this handy feature to:
- look up the meaning of an unfamiliar term
- find the acronym or abbreviation of a term (or, conversely, find the meaning of the acronym)
- get a written and audio pronunciation guide for a term
- find the word origin and word parts of a term
- find related links
Try it right now by clicking this term . . . erythropoietin (used in a recent blog posting).
Now try it on ANY other word in this or any other post on this blog.
Yes . . . I've also added this feature to The A&P Professor
website that serves as a resource-rich companion to this blog.
Oh, and another thing . . .YOU can add this feature to your online syllabus, class notes, blog, wiki, or other online resource for FREE! It's incredibly easy. You can automatically
give your students access to audio pronunciations (especially useful for ESL students) and definitions to unfamiliar terms.
If you want to see how that works, check out this example from my course website: Learning Outline for Skin
And did I mention that AnswerLink is free?