This page lists the current offer on digital tools, available to students and teachers of our medical programs.

Complete Anatomy

This 3D anatomy app is used in over 350 top universities across the world. It includes anatomical models of the human body (both male and female), highly detailed regional models, radiology elements, entire video courses on dissection and quizzes. Furthermore, it enables users to perform a virtual dissection, to share customised scenes with fellow students and learn in a collaborative fashion using an integrated Augmented Reality (AR) feature.

ClinicalKey Student

This electronic library contains reference books, such as Gray’s Anatomy, Sobotta, Netter, etc., together with multimedia elements. It allows users to save their favorite books in the Bookshelf app, where they can annotate the text, create flashcards to study or prepare a slideshow with selected images. Finally, the platform offers a vast set of self-assessment questions from different medical domains.


UpToDate is an evidence-based clinical decision support tool used in many hospitals throughout the world. Apart from up-to-date literature reviews on pathologies, it also contains information on drug interactions as well as a vast set of calculators. Students can benefit from this tool and get acquainted with it for their future work life.

Body Interact

Body Interact is a virtual patient simulator fostering clinical reasoning skills. It comprises scenarios from the emergency room, pre-hospital environment and consultation space. Users have to identify, based on monitoring, lab results and imaging, the interventions needed to help a patient.


Anatomage is a virtual dissection table. Through functional anatomy and physiology elements, Anatomage can simulate living anatomy and kinetic motions on the digital bodies that can be digitally interacted in 3D space. A detailed 3D layer-by-layer visualization helps students understand how a living human body looks, moves and functions.


JoVE is a peer reviewed scientific video journal, comprising a vast set of videos on lab methods and basic scientific content, especially in biology and chemistry.


Wooclap is an Audience Response System that enables interactive polling during a class and thereby fosters active learning through gamification.


Mahara is an open-source ePortfolio system, mainly used in the medical specialisation tracks. It enables users to document their learning and reflect upon it. As authors, they decide with whom they want to share their portfolio, and can interact with other learners to give feedback.


Last but not least, Moodle is the Learning Management System (LMS) used at the University of Luxembourg. It enables teachers to share their learning material with students, receive assignments from them, carry out evaluations and much more.


Christian Grévisse, PhD
Docteur en Informatique
E-learning specialist
(+352) 46 66 44 9105