reports that Savannah Technical College now offers three-dimensional training for students after buying four 3D trainers with a grant from the U.S. Department of Education as a Predominantly Black Institution. “Studies have shown that students absorb information faster, increase comprehension and retain what they’ve learned more effectively with 3D images,” said Savannah Tech president Kathy Love. “We are very pleased to be the first college in Coastal Georgia to offer this new 3D technology to enhance learning for our students.” The 3D holograms will allow students and operators to view and learn by experience and to apply what they’ve learned against real-world applications…

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