Give your students a really cool anatomic bookmark with an added bonus . . . the key to accessing The A&P Student blog with tips and tools for success in your A&P course.
Available to A&P professors in packs of 50, these sturdy bookmarks have a cool eyeball design on the obverse and information about linking to The A&P Student blog on the reverse.
The A&P Student blog features a regularly updated stream of tips for making the learning of anatomy and physiology faster, more efficient, and way more fun!
These bookmarks make a great
for your students!
Just email Kevin with your name and school name and your complete postal address and how many packs of 50 you need to supply your students. PLEASE let me know whether you are teacher or student, the name of your course, the (first) author of the A&P textbook you use, and don't forget the FULL name of your school.
Sorry! I'm not able to send these materials beyond North America at this time.
Act now . . . and along with the eyeball bookmarks, you'll also get an armload of the famous humerus bookmarks from The A&P Professor for your own use . . . or to share with your colleagues (or teachers).
And for a limited time only—teachers also get a FREE zippered case emblazoned with the phrase The A&P Professor. This sleek black case with orange lettering can be used for your clicker, your cell phone, your dissection tools, your laser pointer, as a handy travel carrier for your pet hamster, reading glasses, as a really huge key fob, to carry your memory stick . . . and thousands of other uses! (NOTE: I ran out of cases! Keep your gerbil in your pocket . . . more cases are expected in July.)
But wait! There's more!
Act before midnight tonight (or tomorrow night) and A&P professors also get a FREE door sign. This handy doorknob hanger lets your students know that you are IN and available to help them. The reverse side tells them when you are OUT.
You can use this amazing device on your office door, your lab, your classroom, a conference room, your car (if you're an adjunct), or even to signal that the restroom is occupied. Reserve a spot in the lunchroom. Hold a seat on a Southwest Airlines flight. The uses are virtually endless!
The bright lettering is powered by the energy of reflected ambient light, so this device needs NO batteries.
It's packaged FREE with bookmark requests from teachers.
To get your bookmarks, please email Kevin. You must mail the request from your school email address and give your full school name (no acronyms). Please include your course name and the title/first author of your textbook. Only requests from teachers of human anatomy and/or physiology courses (or related courses) will be honored.
These bookmarks are intended for use by students/faculty in university/college/secondary courses in human anatomy and/or physiology.
They are NOT appropriate for use by elementary and middle school students.
They are NOT intended for general distribution in libraries.