Cornell University.

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

Provides news and information on alternatives to animal experiments in life science curricula for teachers and students as well as university ethics committees, legislators, civil rights and animal protection groups, including a searchable citation database focusing on humane education and training in medicine, veterinary medicine and biological science.

Provides a virtual laboratory experience for students enrolled in secondary or college-level educational programs. Includes images and taxonomic information on most animal phyla.

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

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

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."