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The Anatomage Table's content is produced using real human cadavers. We expect all users to treat the content (gross anatomy models) with the same deference and respect you would use for human cadavers. With this in mind, we ask the following:
Do not take pictures of the Table or any associated images with personal devices including, but not limited to: cameras, cell phones, tablets, laptops, etc.
Any images exported from the Table are to be used for educational purposes only - do not post these to social media.
We ask that users refrain from nicknaming the models. Please refer to the gross anatomy models by their provided designation (i.e. Caucasian Male).
The Virtual Anatomy Table is located in room 211 on the 2nd Floor of the Hodges Library. Reservations are by appointment through the LibCal system or the reservation widget above. Walk-ins are also welcome when available! Please note dates and time availability are subject to change.
All reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
Reservations are made on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Up to 4 users at a time can use the table during an appointment. Groups will need to sign up for individual slots within the same time period.
Please present your valid UT ID when you arrive for your appointment.
Each session is 30-minutes. Users may request up to two 30 minute sessions per day (1 hour per day, per group or individual).
For other reservations over 1 hour, additional questions or for assistance making a reservation, contact the Health Sciences Team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each person using the table is responsible for any damage or misuse.
Damage to the table should be documented with a Health Sciences Team member prior to the session.
Before making your first reservation, it is recommended to choose from the following methods as an introduction to the table: