ENGAGE YOUR STUDENTS WITH VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY

Student engagement is more than students’ interactions with each other – it’s a measurement of how invested they are in learning. To encourage such investment, virtual technology is brought into play. With more than 10 years in the industry, Anatomage has inspired thousands of educators to engage their students through Anatomge Table and other Anatomage products. And now, our Anatomage users want to inspire others.

Anatomage Webinar Series is a free program that features webinars hosted by medical educators who will discuss strategies and philosophies around increasing student engagement and learning quality through technology.

Each webinar will be recorded and published on our Anatomage YouTube channel.

To view the webinar series schedule, please click on the button below.

Upcoming Webinars

August 2022

August 4, 2022 | 1 PM PDT

  • Title:  Using the Anatomage table to Enhance Anatomy and Physiology Instruction for Undergraduate Students
  • Date: August 4, 2022 | 1pm PDT
  • Speaker: Dr. Glen Tellis, a Board-Certified Fluency Specialist, completed his doctorate at The Pennsylvania State University and is a professor and chair of the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania.
  • Description:  His research interests include fluency disorders, multicultural issues, research designs, treatment efficacy research, advanced digital technology, and clinical outcomes. He frequently presents papers at national and international conferences and has published numerous articles and textbooks. He has received externally funded grants for his research.
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August 31, 2022 | 2 PM PDT

  • Title: Anatomage Tables in the undergraduate anatomy lab – the ultimate learning and testing tool
  • Date: August 31, 2022 | 2pm PDT
  • Speaker: Dr. David Richards is a licensed physical therapist, board-certified neurological physical therapy specialist, assistant instructional professor of health sciences, and director of the undergraduate anatomy curriculum at Chapman University in Orange, California.
    • Dr. Richards leans heavily on his clinical practice as a PT to coordinate an anatomy lecture and lab that is driven by the functional and clinical understanding of the human body.
    • His anatomy lab has approximately 300 students per year and relies heavily on the Anatomage Tables as the cornerstone of his lab curriculum.
  • Description: The Anatomage Table system can be an anatomy lab coordinator’s best friend. Learn tips and tricks for increased student engagement in the busy lab environment, how to test using The Anatomage Table (including online remote testing), and more!
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