Make a Donation
WikiVet are currently exploring how we can start receiving donations. Currently we are not able to but we hope that we are able to soon, so please watch out!
Everyone who has registered with WikiVet is able to edit existing WikiVet content, and also able to start new pages and then author content. In order for the WikiVet encyclopaedia to grow and stay relevant this needs to happen.
Help review content
If you're an expert within your Veterinary field and you would like to help us improve WikiVet's content, why not become an Expert reviewer?
Any pages you review and then subsequently watch will be clearly marked with a badge to show they've been checked. They look a bit like this:
This article has been expert reviewed by Dr Simon Priestnall PhD BVSc BSc (Hons) FRCPath MRCVS.
If you would like to become an expert reviewer then have a look at our [[Expert reviewer page.
Become a WikiVet Student ambassador
WikiVet are looking for Vet students to represent their schools, we'd love to have at least one from every school that is registered with us. Find out what student ambassadors do, where some of them are and how to get in touch with us on our WikiVet Student Ambassadors page.
Involve your school
If you're a lecturer or academic at a Vet school, there are lots of ways that you and your school can help the WikiVet project. This can include allowing us to link to some of your resources (which also guarantees that they reach a global audience and help students worldwide), setting up student projects to contribute material to WikiVet, running editing workshops at your school or even just using WikiVet in your teaching.
If you have an idea of how you would like to be involved or don't have a clue but still want your school to be involved, please do contact us at email@example.com and start the conversation.
Involve your company
The WikiVet project doesn't just belong to Universities, it belongs to everyone with a keen interest in furthering and sharing collective veterinary knowledge. If you work for a large company and feel that you would like to make an impact on global veterinary education then why not contact us and get the ball rolling.