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The BIO200 digital dissection project serves the illustrative and narrative needs of the students in the University at Buffalo Evolutionary Biology course. The materials were created to supplement the peer-learning system in place, and to offer opportunities for unlimited interactive engagement with the laboratory content. The Project team planned and produced a digital image "narrative" for each of the sixteen animals illustrated in this digital collection. The collection includes multiple, fully labeled external and internal views and details of each animal. Display of the digital dissection within the course context is available athttp://www.bio200.buffalo.edu.

The BIO200 course site was developed collaboratively by a Clyde F. Herreid, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University at Buffalo, University librarians, graduate student assistants and IT staff.

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