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The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM) will provide access to a comprehensive and pedagogically structured set of veterinary anatomical resources from UK veterinary schools and other institutions. These will be aggregated and ordered in an environment which will make them easily discoverable by different cohorts of learners.  Key to the success of this project will be the development of effective methodologies to embed and integrate these materials within a traditional curriculum to maximise exposure, uptake and sustainability.
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[[File:Museum1.jpeg|400px|centre|The RVC Anatomy Museum]]
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==Partners==
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The [http://www.onlineveterinaryanatomy.net/ Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM)] project was initially funded by Jisc as part of the Content Programme 2011-2013. It aims to provide access to veterinary anatomical resources in the form of a virtual museum. The museum was launched on 20th November 2012. It is now live at [http://www.onlineveterinaryanatomy.net/ www.onlineveterinaryanatomy.net].
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3D imaging of the bones in elephant and rhino by John Hutchinson, used to teach 3D skeletal anatomy.
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Interactive drag and drop activity based on Stubbs work from 1766. Accurate and detailed drawings based on dissection showing the full anatomy of the horse used to create interactive exercises for revision and learning.
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Equine locomotion by Renate Weller. Showing a horse trotting in slow motion focusing on the lower leg and the movement of joints through realtime radiography.
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A sample chapter from Budras' "Anatomy of the Horse" on the equine thoracic limb. Detailed information of all aspects of the anatomy of the equine limb, including skeletal, muscular, vascular and articular aspects.
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Topographical anatomy videos by Octavio Lopez Albors. Visual learning aids showing the surface relationships and landmarks of the anatomy of the dog.
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Plastination of anatomy specimens. Preservation of dissection specimens using colored plastination techniques to show the routes of vasculature and nerves.
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OVAM provides access to a comprehensive and pedagogically structured set of veterinary anatomical resources. These are aggregated and ordered in an environment which makes them easily discoverable by different cohorts of learners. Key to the success of this project will be the development of effective methodologies to embed and integrate these materials within a traditional curriculum to maximise exposure, uptake and sustainability.
  
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Latest revision as of 17:19, 25 July 2014

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The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM) project was initially funded by Jisc as part of the Content Programme 2011-2013. It aims to provide access to veterinary anatomical resources in the form of a virtual museum. The museum was launched on 20th November 2012. It is now live at www.onlineveterinaryanatomy.net.

OVAM provides access to a comprehensive and pedagogically structured set of veterinary anatomical resources. These are aggregated and ordered in an environment which makes them easily discoverable by different cohorts of learners. Key to the success of this project will be the development of effective methodologies to embed and integrate these materials within a traditional curriculum to maximise exposure, uptake and sustainability.



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