Laryngology 101: Laryngoscopy the art of seeing the voice (vocal cords) (Article)
Laryngoscopy is the art of placing a camera in the throat to view the vocal cords. Important aspects of how to perform the examination, what structures can be seen and how do different areas function are described. A laryngoscopy is the foundation for diagnosing hoarseness or voice problems. (posted 8:27 PM, February 9, 2015)

Anatomia (Article)
This interactive resource provides animated views of the internal structures of the larynx and the mucosa, allowing the user to view animations of muscle contraction in all planes, complete with descriptions and definitions. Additionally, images of a larynx dissection, video clips of normal vocal fold function and of vocal fold pathologies, and some clinical case studies are available. Learning objectives and self-quizzes are also included. (posted 5:28 PM, February 8, 2015)

Interactive Atlas of the Larynx (Article)
An interactive diagram of the larynx. This resource demonstrates how the larynx is constructed and how different parts of the larynx work separately and together. Includes visuals of how the intrinsic muscles of the larynx work. A wonderful resource for any undergraduate pedagogy class. (posted 8:31 PM, November 13, 2014)

Larynx - Cartilages - 3D Anatomy Tutorial (Article)
This 12-minute video uses 3-D computer graphics to elucidate the cartilagenous framework of the larynx, including the muscular attachments. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Mucosa of the Larynx and Vocal Cords - 3D Anatomy Tutorial (Article)
This 15-minute video provides an in-depth, 3-D description of the mucosa of the larynx, and helpful breakdown of the vestibule, "true" and "false" vocal folds. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Introduction to Larynx, Pharynx, and Airway Anatomy (Article)
This 15-minute video uses models, diagrams and several endoscopy videos to demonstrate the anatomy and phyisology of the vocal tract, touching briefly on the airway's role in swallowing and focusing primarily on speech. Endoscopy videos are included, showing the difference between healthy and damaged vocal folds. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)