Hi, folks, this is an excellent site, and gaining mommentum...
Register (its free) and enjoy. Then you go to the "e-Learning Resourses", choose videos and just "save target" to save them.It has the contribution of The Royal Veterinary College among others...
This non profit site has been established to support veterinary education throughout the world.
Veterinary surgeons, students and academics are invited to register with the site to access a range of e-learning resources available through a veterinary wiki.
The WikiVet project started work in April 2007 and initially involved academics from Cambridge, Edinburgh and the Royal Veterinary College. The first stage involved the creation of WikiPath covering the veterinary undergraduate curriculum. This has subsequently been extended to include WikiAnt and Phys, WikiBlood, WikiBugs, WikiVPH and WikiClinical.
WikiVet has been created in a similar way to it's big brother Wikipedia. However there are three distinct differences between the two systems. Firstly all the content relates specifically to the veterinary curriculum. Secondly all the content has been authored by vets and students and is peer reviewed by subject specialists at one of the participating veterinary schools. Finally access to the site is restricted to the veterinary community in order to ensure that the general public are not able to view or edit the content.
A unique feature of WikiVet has been the level of cooperation not only between academics at different schools but also involving the students. Over 40 student authors have worked together writing most of the content and this has been reviewed by recent graduates. The students have enjoyed this work and claim that they have learnt a lot more about the subject matter as a result. There inspiration has also resulted in a number of significant improvements to the site such as interactive content maps, flash cards and clinical cases.
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