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    Anatomy 329 Course Introduction
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    Staff Karen Krabbenhoft Dave Van Lieshout “Peer Helpers” 8:50 Rachel Elbing Tricia Gorenc Phil Miles 11:00 Lisa Clopper Sarah Duffy Pamela Hughes    Craig Kage Allison Kim Ross Pinter 1:20 Kali Berkseth Gina Diorio  Katlin Palmer
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    Peer Helpers Previous students who volunteer  to  teach in the lab Give you the first time perspective May have review sessions before exams
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    Resources Coursebook Available at Social Sciences Copy  Center Textbook Saladin,  Human Anatomy , 2 nd  edition Anatomy and Physiology Revealed CD series of cadaver dissections, bundled with the text Power Point files All lab introductions are posted on Learn@UW Bones, skeletons and cadavers
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  Miscellaneous… You don’t  need: Lab coats Dissection tools Food or drinks in the lab You may  want: GLOVES
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course ANATOMY 328 taught by Professor Krabbenhoft during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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