Things You Didn’t Know the Library Had, Anatomy Edition

If you’ve been to the library, you know we have an articulated plastic skeleton.  He resides behind the Circulation desk and students often check him out to the Group Study Rooms to bone up on their anatomy.  And we have a set of disarticulated plastic bones in a box, also for in-library use.

Did you also know we had models of a set of lungs, a kidney, and a heart for in-library use?

If you’d like to use these, come to the library.  They can be used whenever we’re open.  Questions? Please call us at (425) 235-2331, or email us at librarian@RTC.edu.

Human anatomical models of lungs and heart