ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
No, different sizes are not necessary as the stretchable fabric allows it to fit adult hands, from small to large.
No, but you simply use permanent fine-tipped markers. Suggested colours are red, orange, green, blue and purple.
We cannot guarantee that non-permanent markings will completely wash off the glove and thus do not recommend this approach. The downloadable handout comes with images of the hand skeleton for the front and back of the hand. You can practice drawing on the paper before drawing on your glove.
Choose either 1 or 2 year video access when you purchase.
After purchasing the glove, an email will provide you with a link to the online videos.
There is about 50 minutes of English video content but we suggest allowing
YES. You can start and stop the videos and even come back to them at another time.
You need permanent fine-tipped markers to do the glove drawing. If you don't have any, plan to purchase some while you wait for your glove delivery.
Sharpie brand work well. Some learners have used Sharpie brand fabric markers called Stained. Another brand of fabric maker is Tulip. Other brands also work.
The 5 colors that are used on the videos are red, orange, green, blue and purple. However, other colors can be substituted.
Learners who do not already have permanent, fine-tipped markers can purchase them from many sources that will deliver or provide curb-side pick-up.
Online sources for markers include:
Amazon, Walmart, Target, Office Depot, Staples, Michaels, CVS, Dollar General
How Can The Anatomy Glove Learning System Be Used?
Educators are using the gloves in various ways:
- Students are instructed to watch the videos online and do the drawing as an out of class activity. During a follow-up class the drawn gloves are used to reinforce hand anatomy, surface anatomy and explain clinical conditions.
- The educator incorporates the glove drawing activity into a 2 or 3 hour class.
- The educator asks the students to hand in their completed glove to be evaluated. We can even provide a marking scheme for educators.
Yes, just send us an email. We are always happy to help educators with their curriculum decisions.
Students have ordered gloves as an adjunct to course materials to help them better understand the anatomy and function of the hand and prepare for tests.
No, the system has also been used with clinicians in face-to-face continuing education courses, independently in self-guided learning and for patient/ client education.
Clinicians use the glove to refresh or enhance their hand anatomy and function knowledge and to earn CEUs.
The handout that accompanies the videos includes a link to an online quiz. After successful completion, a certificate for CEUs is made available to download.
YES! You can put an examination/ latex/ rubber glove on the client's hand, then the bare bones glove, then another examination glove and draw on that to explain an injury or surgical procedure. Then take a photo and email to the patient/ client (if that is allowed).
Sales & Shipping
YES. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for a quote and to discuss options. Discounts generally range from 20-30% off.
YES! We enjoy helping non-profit organizations around the world to utilize our glove and learning system. Please email us at email@example.com
to inquire and discuss options.
YES. Generally, shipments take between 1 and 2 weeks to arrive, but it depends on the destination.