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Digital Tools in the Learning of Neuroanatomy

This paper describes an interactive digital tool for neuroanatomy students. This tool delivers via the web. Operating as a flexible and individualized environment, the tool feels akin to a workspace that dynamically engages the learner’s brain and converges information. At the heart of this paper is the belief that learning complex information is accessible.