Courseware is a web-based teaching and learning platform loaded with Visible Body's award-winning content. You can use Courseware to custom-design design visual and interactive courses delivered over the web. Or, let us do the heavy lifting for you by selecting one of three pre-made courses available on the platform.
The team of instructor consultants who helped us design Courseware requested loads of quizzing features--the kind of options missing in similar products from big publishers! That's why, in addition to content from our apps, instructor access to Courseware includes a robust quiz app. It's the testing engine of your dreams!
Get access to over 3,500 test items in the bank. We've done lots of heavy lifting for you by creating premade quizzes from the bank. If you can't find just what you need, you can customize what's already there or create your own.
All graded assignments in Courseware report student performance to the gradebook. It captures detailed information on each student's performance and that information can be transferred to Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, and D2L.
Visible Body Courseware offers the visual, interactive, on-the-go learning features that help students stay engaged with the course content and learn more on their own. Students have the options to:
"I have replaced my textbook with the Visible Body apps. The students enjoy interacting with them and are performing better than they did when we used an expensive textbook. They often talk about how fun it is."
— Cindy Harley, Metropolitan State University
"As an Anatomy and Physiology instructor, I love Visible Body! My students have increased their exam scores, especially when tested on bones and muscles! Finally my students understand origins and insertions."
— Debbi Johnson, Western Connecticut State University
"When we started utilizing Visible Body in our labs, the change in student retention was immediate. We are now able to integrate more information and utilize new lab activities through VB in a more functional and integrative manner. As a result, students are able to walk away from our class with a very thorough and functional understanding of human anatomy."
— Tim Fleisher, University of Texas - Austin