The ALC Health Science classes have been VERY excited to now have an Anatomage table in their lab. It has been such a boost to their hands-on learning experience. The features and ability to do what they can on this new table will help them by leaps and bounds.
This table is like a huge iPad where you can actually take layer after layer off and study each layer of the virtual body until you eventually are just down to the bones. IT IS AWESOME!
In the featured picture, ALC student Kristina Rhodes (Sr. SHHS) showing off the Anatomage Table at the ALC. Rich Ainge, Nebo School Board, Seth Sorenson, Salem City Counsel, Kurt Christensen, Salem City Mayor, and Janie Christensen, were very impressed with the table.
Kristina did a great job demonstrating many of the features of this amazing addition to our health science department.
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