Anatomy At A Glance makes a highly successful transition from paper to digital. Whilst there are one or two potential improvements, this is a decent first attempt for Wiley-Blackwell. Those looking for a digital copy of Anatomy At A Glance will not go far wrong with this app.
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Usantine Medica, creator of some of our favorite medical textbook apps, brings the Fitzpatrick Dermatology color atlas to life — we provide an in depth review.
A significant investment has been made by McGraw-Hill and Pearson into medical textbooks on the iPad — potentially changing the way mobile medical texts are consumed.
Reed College has released a detailed report documenting the outcomes of their iPad pilot study — and the results look good. The college had first tried a pilot study using the Kindle, but the Amazon e-reader came up short in key areas that are important for education: highlighting and manipulations of texts. The study was […]
The first medical textbook designed exclusively for the iPad is finally here! Ganong’s Review of medical Physiology does not disappoint and takes e-learning to a new level.