Engage Your Students with Interactive Anatomy and Physiology Learning

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Ovid® Visible Body® Courseware is a web-based teaching and learning platform loaded with Visible Body's award-winning 3D anatomy and physiology content.

Visible Body Courseware was created by instructors, for instructors:

  • Instructors use Visible Body Courseware to deliver course assignments and assign quizzes, manage grades, transform lecture presentations to include 3D models and animations, and expand and enhance anatomy lab dissections.
     
  • Students use it to explore anatomy and physiology, and engage with the material and their assignments in a new and interactive way.

When your institution or your students purchase a Visible Body Courseware subscription, we are there every step of the way. Extensive training and top-notch support is included with a subscription, and we listen to student and instructor feedback in order to plan for new updates to the platform.

Courseware can be accessed where there is a WiFi connection, so learning can happen anywhere, anytime!

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Custom design your own visual and interactive virtual courses
with Ovid® Visible Body® Courseware

Increase Student Engagement

​​​​​​When you assign a lesson, lab, or activity in Courseware, students explore virtual 3D gross and microanatomy models, animations, and illustrations.

Integrate, Measure, Track

Access thousands of quiz modules or create your own from scratch. All graded assignments report to the built-in gradebook. 

Broad Access

Courseware is available on desktop computers and laptops, and can be accessed on multiple web browsers. Students can access via the web on any device. 

Training & Support

Turn into a Courseware master with free live training on your schedule. Plus, access to tons of free training courses available on the platform.

"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

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