1. Click "start" on one of the modules on the home page and navigate your way through them by scrolling down each page and clicking "next" when it appears.
2. To go back a page just click the arrow beside the "page numbers e.g. 1/6" at the upper right hand side of the page.
3. Answer true or false, drag and drop, multiple choice, fill in the blanks and many other types of questions along the way!
4. Look out for the:picture and attempt what is asked - it will help your understanding!
5. You can stop at any time by clicking the "take a break" icon in the top right corner or go back to the home page by clicking the "home" icon in the top left corner.
By the end of this learning tool you should:
The internal ear is the innermost compartment of the ear and is contained within the petrous temporal bone of the skull. The internal ear contains the vestibulocochlear organs that are responsible for the reception of sound and maintenance of balance.
The internal ear consists of the sacs and ducts of the endolymph fluid-filled membranous labyrinth (fig. 1).
The membranous labyrinth is suspended by delicate filaments in a perilymph-filled bony labyrinth.
These fluids are involved in stimulating the end organs of hearing and balance.
(Gray, 1995; Moore et al., 2009)