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Human Anatomy

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Anatomy & Physiology Glog

GuidelinesIn addition to the text, you should also include each of the following:a. 4 images with detailed descriptionsb. 2 infographics with a description of what data/information is being shown and why it's relevant; these may be self-made. Suggested patterns to find/present* racial/gender specificity* geographical concentration* local/state/national statistics* fatalities associated with itc. 1 video with a description about it - why it should be watched, why you chose itd. 2 links to other sites with more information about your disease; include a brief explanation about the site to be visited* these links are Not your sources* these links allow them to learn more than you presented heree. Diigo list of sources - create a link to your list; all the websites you used for research, images, videos, etc; this is your citation list, your bibliography(Rubric)

What happens to someone if he gets too hot and stops sweating? Why is the whole body affected if the pancreas stops producing insulin? What really happens to a person if one cell, one organ, one system can't maintain homeostasis? Your disease is the result of homeostasis gone awry. Your purpose here is to explain how it went wrong in your system, (i.e., how homeostasis is 'broken' and what exactly is not working correctly), as well as the effect this has on the whole body.

Notice the list is titled and each bookmark has tags. When you highlight or save an image, those will also be included.

Images & InfographicsVisually demonstrate key bits of information; support your text; make an impact on the viewer.

Choose your video carefully; you want it to reinforce the text & images in your glog.

Learning About Diabetes

Visit the American Diabetes Association

Links are NOT sources/citations. These are websites you are sending your viewer to learn more about your disease.



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