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Veterinary Science

Resources in Veterinary Science including printed resources, and electronic resources such as databases, journals and websites

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Introduction

Welcome to the Veterinary Science Subject Research Guide.

This guide:

  • Brings together Library resources at the University of Melbourne Library, both in print and online, that are relevant to Veterinary Science subjects
  • Contains direct links to online journal article databases
  • Contains useful searching tips when searching the Library's databases

To navigate to different parts of the guide, use the headings on the left hand side of the guide. If you need further help with using this guide or your area of research is not covered by the resources featured, please visit the 'Further help' heading to get in touch with us!

Using the Veterinary Science Collections - Please visit the Veterinary Science Collections either in Parkville at the Brownless Biomedical Library or at Werribee where staff are available to help you or email the library for assistance. University of Melbourne academic staff and graduate students can book an individual research consultationBrowse and book into library classes, tours, workshops.

Accessing Library Resources

 
Finding Information
 

Borrowing

Other Library Support Services 

 

IT Services

Vet-Anatomy is an interactive atlas of veterinary anatomy based on medical imaging. It has been created on the same framework than the popular award-wining e-Anatomy, but dedicated to animals.

It is now available for unimelb students and staff.

IVALA 3D Veterinary Anatomy & Clinical Learning resource (free access for VET students)

The Veterinary Information Network is the worlds largest online veterinary community. This community offers 3D content at no extra cost on their site. VET students anywhere in the world can get access to our 3D content at ZERO cost, for the entirety of their studies. (VIN members also get access as part of their subscription.) click here to join VIN.