UAMS Department of Neurobiology and Developmental Sciences - Horace N. Marvin Computer Lab
Horace N. Marvin Computer Learning Laboratory
A typical study carrell in in the Horace N. Marvin Computer Learning Lab is designed for two students. Computers, laserdisc players, books and models are all housed within this area. As many as 38 students can use the Marvin Computer Learning Laboratory simultaneously. An anatomical model room and an X-ray viewing room are located adjacent to this computer lab.
As is true with the computers in the Gross Anatomy Lab, all of the student workstations in the Marvin Lab have ClarisWorks 4.0 software. The educational
software being used includes: Review Questions for Gross Anatomy & Embryology
(Parthenon), Review Questions for Histology
(Parthenon), The Anatomy Project series (Parthenon), Human Anatomy (Gold Standard),
Radiologic Anatomy (Gold Standard), Microscopic Anatomy (Gold Standard), Netter Interactive Atlas (CIBA), and A.D.A.M. (A.D.A.M. Software). At Ease (Claris) is used to provide user friendly easy access to all of the educational software and provide security for our servers.