Come explore the wilder side of medicine as we vet the literature of veterinary medicine compared with that of other medical sciences. This course will provide an introduction to and history of veterinary medicine, practical information about veterinary resources and services, tips for searching the literature, and trends in veterinary medicine and veterinary librarianship, using parallels and comparisons to human medicine.
Homework and Resources for Course
The resource page for the course "Veterinary and Comparative Medicine: Literature, Resources, and Services" is located on MLA's Moodle site. Here you will find resources, pre-test and post-test assignments that you can download for the course. You will receive the enrollment key once you register for the course. You need to complete the pretest and posttest exercises for your final homework which is available on MLA's Moodle site. Directions for submitting are on the site and in your confirmation email. You will need to complete this prior to completing the online evaluation.
All login information including the link to the on-demand recorded version of the course and the resource page on Moodle will be provided after you register.
Course Instructors: Esther Carrigan, AHIP, Professor, Associate Dean, and Director, Medical Sciences Library, and Ana G. Ugaz, AHIP, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Collection Development and Strategic Initiatives, Medical Sciences Library; Texas A&M University-College Station; and Heather K. Moberly, AHIP, Professor and Veterinary Medicine Librarian, William E. Brock Memorial Library, Oklahoma State University-Stillwater
Cost: $240 (nonmember, $445). Individual can now register to view the original course "On-demand." Register, participate and earn 4 MLA CE contact hours. (After you register, you will receive an email with the login information and details for earning your certificate for participating.)
For more information, contact Debra Cavanaugh.