Welcome to ActiveLesson

An Interactive Web-based Educational Application Optimized for Mobile Devices and Tablets

What is an ActiveLesson? It is an interactive web-based educational application that is optimized for mobile devices and tablets.

Who uses an ActiveLesson? Students and anyone else interesting in learning subjects presented and taught in an engaging and interactive fashion.

Who creates an ActiveLesson? You do! Using the ActiveLesson creation platform, teachers can create an ActiveLesson for their students. They are intuitive and easy to create. Once you have created your ActiveLesson, we host your lesson on our server and include it on our marketing and social media sites. For more information on creating your own ActiveLesson click here and register. You will then be directed to an application.

Who are we? ActiveLesson was created by Dr. Kevin Hannon. Dr. Hannon is an award-winning instructor of veterinary anatomy at the Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine. He has worked with his students to create an educational tool that is interactive, intuitive to use and accessible. The results of these efforts are ActiveLesson.

Below are actual quotes from 1st year veterinary students who have purchased and used the Canine Anatomy Active Lesson:

  • "the active lesson that helps us learn anatomy is one of the best learning tools I have ever used. It has really helped me learn anatomy and it is a brilliant idea."
  • "The active lessons are priceless"
  • "The active lesson is a very helpful tool for this course"
  • "I love the Anatomy Active Lessons!!!!!!!!"
  • "The Active Lesson was extremely helpful"
  • "I also like the active lesson; it is VERY helpful in studying for exams"
  • "The Active Lessons were super helpful in learning the material"
  • "Also, the active lessons are absolutely awesome!"
  • "I liked the online active lessons a LOT!!!"
  • "Active lessons were life savers"
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