As you find tools for learning anatomy and physiology on the internet, be sure to save them for future use!
If you "favorite" or bookmark the URLs of animations, videos, interactives, references, and other resources, then you'll always be able to find them again.
Not just find them tomorrow or next week, but also find those great helps in your next course when you have either review your A&P or delve deeper into it. And even later, when you are out there working in your profession and have to review or upgrade your knowledge.
When you bookmark your A&P resources, you don't want to just pile them all into the same folder. You want to create a master "A&P" folder and then put folders for each topic into that master folder. I suggest using the chapter topics of your A&P textbook as names for your folders.
If you keep your A&P bookmark library organized in folders or subgroups, then you'll find it easy to go back and find any particular URL that need.
As your library of bookmarks grows, then consider subdividing your existing folders or subgroups even further—making easier to navigate to the exact resource that you need.
There are many different ways to bookmark URLs, but the simplest is to use the bookmarking feature of your favorite browser. Be sure to back up your set of bookmarks, though, so you don't lose all those valuable bits of information!
Here are some bookmarks you'll want to make sure are in your bookmark library: