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technical requirements

Net Frog has been designed for most computer systems. Check here for links to the plugin software and information on the computer system hardware that you will need to view Net Frog media and its interactive activities.
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Windows 95, 98, NT, ME, 2000, XP
Minimum Hardware Requirements
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Recommended Screen resolution: 800X600
Macintosh, Powermac 8.1 - OS X
Minimum Hardware Requirements
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Recommended Screen resolution: 800X600
Netscape Browser Requirements
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Internet Explorer Requirements

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     Internet Explorer download
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Quicktime Audio and Movies

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Harddrive Space: We recommend keeping at least 10 megabytes of hard drive space free for viewing movies.
Opera and Linux: Requires third party software to view Quicktime movies.
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Internet Connection

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If your modem connection is faster than
56kpbs
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selecting the appropriate connection
speed in your Quicktime Preferences. For more information, download a Quicktime tutorial: Quicktime Instructions
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Net Frog Features

Here are a few examples of the different ways you can learn about frog dissection and anatomy on Net Frog.
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Go to Dissection
Each page explores a step in the frog dissection process, beginning with the materials set up, and concluding with a review and quiz. Each step is illustrated with images and links to additional facts, movies and activities.
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narration spacer You can listen to narrators Wayne Conners and Jean Foss as you explore the dissection images. Just click on the Quicktime play button on each dissection page that looks like this image: player button.
video spacerWhen you see the video graphic on a dissection page, you can link to a movie of biology teachers, Martha Foss and Richard Strauss, demonstrating the main steps of the dissection.
did you know spacer Click on the "Did You Know" graphics to learn interesting and fun facts about frogs. You can view these facts along the way, or link to them from the "Clean-up" review page at the end of the dissection.
Try it practice spacer"Try It" is a fun way to practice your knowledge of frog anatomy as you learn about each step of the frog dissection.
 
Net Frog Credits
Select a frog to learn about the history of Net Frog, its designers, developers, researchers, and publications.
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Net Frog Awards

Voted among the top 500 web sites by IWAY magazine (2/96), among the top 5% of all web sites by Point Survey, and among the top 20 educational sites be B.E.S.T. (5/96).
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award award LA TIMES PIC award award
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Included in the Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library. Recipient of the NetGuide Gold Award. Recognized by the Scout Report. Los Angeles Times Pick. Science Site of the day for April 29, 1997.
 

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Net Frog Copyright

The documents and information on this web site are copyrighted materials of Mable Kinzie, Richard Strauss, Jean Foss, Bill Looney, Jason Mitchell, and Marti Julian. Reproduction or storage of materials retrieved from this service are subject to the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, Title 17 U.S.C. Specifically, this material may not be redistributed in any form, in whole or in part, without the permission of the authors.
Net Frog Disclaimer

The content of this site is intended to provide a basic understanding and knowledge of frog anatomy and physiology and the dissection of a frog. The site provides images and video clips of an actual frog dissection. Teachers or those providing the learning experience may wish to review the content prior to using the site. We provide links on this site to external resources that are not under the control of Net Frog. Please notify us of broken links or pages not found. We invite your comments and suggestions.

Created on ... December 5, 2001