HAPS Partner ADInstruments

ADInstruments is excited to be working in partnership with HAPS to help promote excellence in the teaching of anatomy and physiology. Established in 1986, we pride ourselves on creating innovative teaching solutions and software that enable you to teach the way you want to teach, and which maximize engagement, understanding, and retention for your students.

Lt Lt

Engage students in active learning in the lab or remotely

Lt is our fully customizable online learning platform that includes ready-made content for anatomy and physiology courses. Plus, Lt lets you easily switch between a variety of learning environments depending on your needs:

  • Use Lt as an in-lab solution, incorporating hands-on real-life data collection
  • Use Lt for distance-learning, with built-in example data for online labs
For more information and 90-day free trial: Click here.

"I have 1000 students each semester, but my labs run smoother with Lt"
Aura Grandidge, Manager Biology Labs, Anatomy and Physiology, University of Rhode Island, USA.

Human Physiology with Lt

Lt’s Human Physiology Collection comes complete with 29 professionally designed ready-to-use lessons and labs including ECG, Spirometry, and EMG. Combine with our Anatomy Collection for a complete A&P course on a single delivery platform.

For more information and 90-day free trial: Click here.
Anatomy with Lt

Lt’s Anatomy Collection is a complete curriculum of 23 ready-to-use online anatomy lessons and labs, featuring media-rich dissection and histology images and videos. Combine with our Human Physiology Collection for a full A&P course on a single delivery platform.

For more information and 90-day free trial: Click here.
Understand Your Physiology with Lt

The perfect learning supplement
for every physiology student

Developed by Professor Tony Macknight, Co-founder ADInstruments and reviewed by highly regarded educators Dee Silverthorn, Rob Carroll, and Ryan Downey, Understand Your Physiology is our new online active-learning resource designed to help students understand physiology via interactive questions, diagrams and imagery.

With 160+ ready-made lessons and over 3900+ interactive questions, students learn fundamental physiology concepts including regulation and control, body systems, and multi-system physiology.

  • Each lesson is designed to be completed in 60 minutes
  • Immediate feedback helps students learn as they go
  • Lessons can be completed online: anywhere, anytime
  • No additional materials, plug-ins, or extra hardware required
For more information and 90-day free trial: Click here.

"It was easy to incorporate into my course and provided a great overview of the concepts I explained in lectures"
Amie Yenser, Assistant Professor, Physiology, Penn State Hazleton, USA.

Free Teaching Resources

10 high-quality anatomy images for educators to download and use.

[Free download] Pictures tell a thousand words, so here are 10 free high-quality images from ADInstruments to use in your anatomy teaching lessons.

The Most Excellent Course Design Tool Ever! (We think so, anyway)
[Free download] The Most Excellent Design Tool Ever is our lesson content design template, custom-made for life science educators! 

Show me the money! Scholarships and awards for Life Science researchers and educators
Check out the range of scholarships and awards that we support for life science researchers and educators. 

Tips For HAPS Educators

10 Tips for Teaching Online – How to successfully teach remotely and keep your students engaged
Have you had to get your teaching online in a hurry? Here are our top 10 tips for moving a face-to-face course online, without losing student engagement.

5 tips for creating effective online lessons
Five lesson design tips to help your learners find their Happy Place (...with some help from Dr. Seuss)

Five easy ways to make your labs run smoother
Expert advice from Associate Professor, Tina Hinton on how to make your labs run like a well-oiled machine! 

How to write Multiple-Choice Questions
Our simple guide for educators wanting to write clear, effective multiple-choice questions. Plus a handy cheat sheet to download and keep!

How to engage students: Five easy ways to activate your lessons
Here are some simple ways to promote active learning and increase student engagement with Lt customer success manager, Liam Farley.

For HAPS Educators:

To dissect, or not to dissect – How digital cadavers open up new teaching methods for medical educators

We talk to Rachel Klaus from ToLTech about the Visible Human Project and how they have used imagery from the VHP to create 3D anatomical models of the human body. 

Meet Rachel Klaus – A modern human anatomist.

We talk to Rachel Klaus from ToLTech about her passion for Anatomy and her day-to-day life working in a modern dissection lab.

Anatomia Italiana: where anatomy and art intersect

How taking a trip to Italy to experience the Renaissance's intersecting worlds of art and anatomy can reinvigorate your anatomy research and teaching.

Our Anatomy Collection:

Check out some of the top features from our Heart Dissection Lab.

Check out some of the top features from our Bone and Cartilage Histology Lab.

Teach them a lesson they'll never forget!

The Muscle Twitch Response experiment...

Experiment protocol: How to get your students to measure muscle contraction by stimulating their own nerves.

The Grip Force Experiment...

The protocol for an active and engaging experiment where students examine muscular fatigue by performing EMGs on themselves. 

The Diving Response Lab...

In this active learning activity, students record their own signals to examine bradycardia associated with the human diving response.