Teaching

Cornell University.

The 3 Ts is a method used to provide training to individuals working with animals in research, testing and teaching settings.

Uniformed Services, National Capital Area Medical Simulation Center

The Virtual Medical Environments Laboratory investigates and adapts leading edge computer technology for medical training through simulation.

University of Florida.

The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction were originally known as The Drost Project. The purpose of the Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction is to share visual images with students and colleagues and other professionals around the globe. Initially, the guide focused on bovine reproduction. Subsequently, added the guides for bubaline (water buffalo) reproduction, equine (horse) reproduction, ovine (sheep) reproduction, porcine (pig) reproduction, caprine (goat) reproduction, and canine (dog) reproduction. The Visual Guides will be expanded to include other species, including feline, avian, and camelid guides. Pictures documenting unique conditions and cases contributed by theriogenologists from around the world are included.

A discussion about developing the psychomotor skills necessary to do surgery without practicing on live animals in veterinary medicine.

University of London. Royal Veterinary College.

Haptic simulators for veterinary training in palpation-based examinations and procedures. According to the website, "Haptic technology allows a person to interact with a 3D computer-generated virtual environment through the sense of touch."

American Society of Animal Science and the National Agricultural Library.

This site is designed to provide agriculture and life science faculty throughout the world with disease related images, animations, and video that can be used in the classroom.

Content types: images
Access: free online

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