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Park, Jin Seo, Dae Hyun Kim und Min Suk Chung: "Anatomy comic strips." In: Anatomical Sciences Education 4.5 (2011), S. 275–279.
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BibTeX citation key: Park2011a
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Keywords: Didaktik und Pädagogik, Korea, Medizin, Wissenschaft
Creators: Chung, Kim, Park
Collection: Anatomical Sciences Education
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Comics are powerful visual messages that convey immediate visceral meaning in ways that conventional texts often cannot. This article’s authors created comic strips to teach anatomy more interestingly and effectively. Four-frame comic strips were conceptualized from a set of anatomy-related humorous stories gathered from the authors’ collective imagination. The comics were drawn on paper and then recreated with digital graphics software. More than 500 comic strips have been drawn and labeled in Korean language, and some of them have been translated into English. All comic strips can be viewed on the Department of Anatomy homepage at the Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Republic of Korea. The comic strips were written and drawn by experienced anatomists, and responses from viewers have generally been favorable. These anatomy comic strips, designed to help students learn the complexities of anatomy in a straightforward and humorous way, are expected to be improved further by the authors and other interested anatomists.