Two new resources in the R.A. Williams Library are helping students with research and memorization. The first, a set of 25 anatomical models, increased the size of the existing collection by nearly a quarter, providing students with more opportunities to study outside of the classroom.
"The models are good for kinesthetic learners," says Deanna Flores, library director. "It's better for them than just reading about body parts and trying to memorize the details by looking at flat pictures."
The library has also added five new databases to support religion classes and the new Master of Occupational Therapy.
"We're doing this with an eye to the future," says Flores. "Since our number of programs is growing our resources have to as well."
By Rainey Park