Anatomy and Physiology in Context
Anatomy and Physiology in Context

Anatomy and Physiology in Context

Lead Author(s): John Redden, Joe Crivello

Student Price: $86.00

Introductory anatomy and physiology extends beyond the page with a virtual 3D human, videos breaking down challenging physiological processes and real-world clinical case studies.

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Welcome to American Government!

Hi there! Welcome to your new interactive American Government textbook! We hope you have a great experience with this course and this textbook. To start, we would like to introduce you to some of the features so that you are comfortable using it this semester.

Interactive Questions

Among the things you will frequently encounter in this textbook are embedded questions. Depending on your professor, these may be graded for participation or correctness. Let's take at some examples:

1) Multiple Choice: Simply click on the correct answer and then click "Submit". If there is more than one correct answer, it will be specified in the question.

Multiple Choice Example

Which of the following is NOT a fruit?

A

Apple

B

Orange

C

Cucumber

D

Pear


​2) Word Answer and Fill in the Blank: Just type your answer into the text box and click "Submit".

Word Answer Example

This is a textbook written about American _________.


​3) Matching Question: Click on an item in the left-hand column, and then click on its match in the right-hand column to align them.  The remaining options in the right-hand column will reshuffle. 

Matching Example

Match each fruit to its correct color:

Premise
Response
1

Red

A

Banana

2

Yellow

B

Apple

3

Green

C

Lime


​4) Sorting Question: Drag the options into the proper order.

Sorting Question Example

Sort these numbers from lowest to highest

A

4

B

1

C

2

D

3


​5) Discussion Question: These are long-form, typed responses that are submitted and read by your professor.

Discussion Question Example

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of eating vegetables.


Call Out Sections

There are two types of call out section to look out for within each chapter, which will support your learning in different ways. They are each highlighted by a different banner, detailed below.

​Throughout the textbook, you will see this Stop and Think banner. These sections will contain videos or links to other outside content, and may also have a few questions to help test your understanding. 


In-Chapter Feedback

Above is a picture of the Optional Feedback Survey at the end of each chapter. ​​​

​We would love to hear your feedback about the text! We take every comment into consideration when thinking about how to make the text better, and regularly release updates based on what we hear from you.

At the end of every chapter, there is a survey like the one pictured to the right that you can fill out to ask questions, or report any issues. This survey is entirely optional and the responses are sent to Top Hat, not your professor.



Support

​Finally, we're here to help. If you experience any issues with your Top Hat text, please reach out to our friendly support team at support@tophat.com or check out our student support pages here.


Good luck, and we hope you have a great year!


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