Free anatomy learning content for students and instructors!
Written by professors for professors. Our lab activities, used in conjunction with our anatomy apps, will give your students a unique and interactive 3D experience. Download one (or all) for free and apply it to your course!
Human Anatomy Atlas
Digestive System. Developed by Blythe Nilson, Associate Professor of Biology, University of British Columbia
Human Heart. Developed by Molli Crenshaw, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
Muscles of the Head and Neck. Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
Sometimes students need their A&P studies to have a little pizzazz, and the Visible Body Blog has plenty of that to spare! Explore the anatomy, physiology, and associated pathologies of all the body systems in a way that is fun, funny, and understandable. Brighten up your students' day with some good ol' anatomy irreverence!
When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go: The Ins and Outs of Urinary System Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology: Anatomical Position and Directional Terms
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3D Skeletal System: Atlas, Axis, and the Atlanto-Axial Relationship
Give your students the good stuff with our eBook libraries, which review regional anatomy, core A&P course topics, muscles and bones for kinesiology courses, anatomy for yoga students, and more! Study guides have never looked so good.
Available downloads include:
Anatomy Etymology. Where did the word 'heart' come from? How did we get 'muscle' from a word meaning 'little mouse'? Discover the origins of 18 anatomy terms!
The Lymphatic System. Learn about your body's defense system, which is way more widespread than you'd think
Facts and Fiction. 20 debunked medical myths, history, and cool facts
Sometimes textbooks can be overwhelming. Our Learn Site presents anatomy & physiology in a way that's easy to digest, complete with illustrations and 3D animations that explain basic human biology concepts.
The Long and the Short of It: The Five Types of Bones
3 Types of Muscle Tissue: The Function of Skeletal Cardiac, and Smooth Muscle
Bones Come Together: Types of Joints in the Human Body
Need to do some fast patient education or give your students a big-picture understanding of some basic human biology? Our award-winning videos help students and patients see inside the human body and understand anatomy, physiology, common diseases, and pathologies.
Motivate your students with these study tips, job statistics, and interesting human body facts. We've surveyed anatomy & physiology instructors and asked about the study habits of the most successful students, studied the U.S. Labor Departments estimates for job growth (and pay!) in various healthcare occupations, and queried teachers about the human body factoids that keep students engaged. Download these items and use them as handouts or posters to hang on your door, classroom, or lab!
A&P Study Tips
Here's what hundreds of instructors see as the study habits of the best performing students!
Show students the job growth in healthcare occupations and keep them studying for that anatomy & physiology quiz! We've summarized the latest data from the U.S. Department of Labor and created two one-sheet handouts.