3:41 pm in News, Veterinary Schools by Jonathan (Vetstart Editor)
The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM) launched on November 20
OVAM offers free access to detailed, annotated diagrams, specimens and radiographic images. Podcasts and dissection videos will follow soon.
Throughout development OVAM made use of veterinary student curators to help build and shape the site. The benefits of a free digital museum for students are obvious, and as the museum grows it’ll become an integral, community driven learning aid.
Take a digital stroll through OVAM today!
11:42 am in News by Jonathan (Vetstart Editor)
Open access wikis have revolutionised the way people access information online. There are a variety of specialised wikis out there and veterinary education is no exception!
Full UK undergraduate information is available free of charge with no advertising whatsoever on WikiVet. WikiVet is no substitute for research from journals and papers, but, even if you’re not a UK student, there’s a lot of useful information on a range of treatments on the site. The service is available to vets, vet students and vet nurses/techs worldwide. It’s definitely worth a look.