Histology is the study of microscopic anatomy and tissues. And this year in Dr. Willietta Gibson’s Histology class, students will use a new digital microscope called a Kena to acquaint themselves with microscopic organization of animal cells and tissues. The Kena will also assist students with methods for preparing microscope slides. Students in Dr. Gibson’s class will use the Kena to visualize tissues, and its images will be displayed directly onto a projector. In turn, students will use the EduCam software on their computers — or the EduCam app on their cell phones — to stream live images of slides or specimens viewed on the Kena. This exciting technology will also allow students to annotate slides directly on their computer devices! Information Technology Specialist John Harrington was pivotal in finding the Kena microscope and training faculty on its use in our laboratory-based science courses. Kudos to him and to Dr. Gibson! Our students are in for an educational treat.