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BodyViz Pre-Demonstration Form
Please answer the following questions to your best ability.
First and Last Name
Cell Phone Number (We understand many of you are remote right now!)
Share with us why you are looking into BodyViz. What problem(s) are you trying to solve?
Where are your courses being conducted this school year?
I'm still not sure
When would you plan to implement BodyViz?
What programs or departments are interested in using BodyViz? (Check all that apply)
How many students would be exposed to BodyViz at your institution each year?
How many students are in lecture at one time?
How many students are in lab at one time?
How many instructors teach anatomy? How many of those are full/part-time?
Can you briefly describe how the anatomy lab is laid out? How many stations are there?
What technology do your instructors and students have access to? (Computer cart/lab, projection screens, smart boards, tablets, Chromebooks, etc)
Do you currently have funds available for this type of project? If not now, when do you anticipate having funding available?
Which pricing model aligns best with your institution's funding guidelines and parameters?
Perpetual (One-time payment)
Subscription (Annually recurring)
To be determined
Are you looking into any other virtual anatomy solutions? If so, what other solutions are you looking at?
Who are the decision-makers and will they be attending the demo? (Providing specific names and titles is helpful)
What learning management system does your institution use?
Where do you anticipate the funding coming from for this project? (Check all that apply)
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