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Partners

VetMedAcademy seeks content and funding partners who share the mission of helping students of the veterinary profession throughout the world.

Merck Veterinary Manual partners with VetMedAcademy and VetMedTeam to develop unique learning resources including unique animated videos by the VetMedAcademy staff.

The International Veterinary Students Association helps to curate and maintain a module on VetMedAcademy, and provides feedback to VetMedAcademy on its educational resources. IVSA also partnered with WikiVet, VetMedAcademy, the Royal Veterinary College, and the University of Sydney on development of WikiVet Live! online symposium in 2018.

WikiVet is also a creator and curator of open-source educational materials for veterinary students, and has partnered with VetMedAcademy on the first-of-a-kind online symposium in March, 2018 called WikiVet Live! for veterinary students, veterinary technician students, and veterinarians.

https://www.wikivetlive.com/

Vet-library.com is an ebooks Resource Center focusing on all aspects of veterinary science. It provides collections of top veterinary textbooks and journals with any available updates. The catalog is continually enriched with new titles whose scientific interest, pedagogical approach and novelty attract an international audience of researchers, teachers, vet students, and animal health professionals. The library provides access to over 1,100 ebooks to date, a growing collection of open peer-reviewed journals, an up-to-date catalog of veterinary worldwide meetings, and a video library as supplemental material of ebooks. VetMedAcademy is an institutional partner of Vet-Library and so is providing a repository of PDF ebooks from Vet-Library's collection in the learning resource module "Vet-Library on VetMedAcademy." More details are available at that link.