Lab Activities

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 the lab activities and answer keys from the libraries below.

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

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Anatomy & Physiology
  • Respiratory System. Developed by Andrew Criss, Doctoral Lecturer, York College
  • Muscles of the Shoulder and Arm. Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • Cranial Nerves. Developed by Molli Crenshaw, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University

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Physiology & Pathology
  • Digestion in a Bag. Adapted from Explorit Science Center’s Science Assembly Program at the University of California, Davis.
  • Heart Rate. Adapted from the American Heart Association.
  • Nephrons. Adapted from Sciencing.
  • Obstructed Airways. Adapted from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

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Muscles & Kinesiology
  • Body Motion: Developed by Sheena Shoemaker. Explores the basic types of muscle actions.
  • Rotator Cuff: Developed by Sheena Shoemaker. Explores shoulder anatomy and function, the anatomy of the rotator cuff, and the pathology of a rotator cuff tear.
  • ACL Tear: Developed by Sheena Shoemaker. Explores the anatomy of the knee joint and the pathology of an ACL tear.

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Biology
  • Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells: Developed by Adrienne Devlin, Visible Body Editorial Team. Introduces the basics of cells and compares prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell structure.
  • Monocot and Dicot Plants: Developed by Adrienne Devlin, Visible Body Editorial Team. Introduces the key structures and tissues of plants and compares monocot and dicot roots, stems, and leaves.

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Augmented Reality Labs

Have Human Anatomy Atlas on an iPad/iPhone or Android that supports augmented reality?

Try these AR lab worksheets!

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Intro to A&P Lab Worksheets

These Intro A&P worksheets were created by Dr. Cindy Harley, Associate Professor of Biology at Metropolitan State University. They are used in Courseware's premade A&P I and A&P II courses.

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Instructor Manuals and Unit Outlines

The Instructor Manuals provide a full content list for each Visible Body app, including answer keys to practice quizzes. The graded quiz bank guide includes a listing of each Visible Body graded quiz with answer keys. The Unit Outlines provide guided notes for each unit of a standard undergraduate A&P course.

 

Free Educational Resources

Access tons of fun educational material on the VB website and YouTube channel. Check out the Visible Body Learn Site, Blog, Awesome Anatomy videos, and student handouts below!

Student Handouts

Motivate your students with these study tips, job statistics (by salary and by growth), and interesting human body facts.

 

Support & Training

From getting started with Courseware to creating courses and assignments, we’ve got you covered every step of the way with our library of support articles, video tutorials, and webinars. Need help? You can contact our support team here.

The VB Webinar Series

The VB Webinar Series is geared towards instructors who want to learn more about using Courseware in practical settings. Webinars include tutorials by our team in creating virtual assignments, making your own dissection quizzes, and how to move physical labs into a virtual world. There’s also the odd guest webinar where educators showcase the topics about which they’re most passionate!

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Office Hours

Office hours are posted on the (virtual) door! The VB Office Hours Series is where educators currently using VB Courseware and apps can discuss their experiences with fellow educators who want to learn more. It’s also a fun way for instructors to connect with each other in real time.

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