Net Frog 2002: The Digital Dissection Online Tutorial

By Developed by Mable Kinzie and students of the Instructional Technology and Science Education Programs

Net Frog 2002 was an interactive program that could be used as practice before or instead of an actual dissection. Type of record: Web pages.   Category: Anatomy (animal), Dissection & Physiology (animal)

Net Frog 2002 (4987)

Net Frog 2002 was an online tutorial that guided the user through the processes of setting up the dissection, making the incisions, descriptions of all parts of the anatomy, and cleaning up and reviewing the dissection. It included audio files and Quicktime videos.

Please note that the tutorial is no longer available, although a description of the program is still available on the Internet.
Copyright 1994 and 2002, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia.

Other resources:
The Digital Frog
Virtual Frog Dissection
The Norecopa website also holds information on a large number of other alternatives to frog dissections.

Here is a list of other dissection alternatives from our database of 3,600 alternatives.

This page was updated on 30 March 2020

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