Friday, February 11, 2011

TRIAL: VetMed Resource and CABI eBooks

We have trials of two CABI resources until 15th April 2011:

VetMed Resource and CABI eBooks

To access these trials just click the links above - they are routed via EZproxy for off-campus access.

VetMed Resource is a single comprehensive information resource containing all of CABI's veterinary information to provide the ideal support for veterinary continuing education. It includes:

The bibliographic database Veterinary Science Database (which we currently subscribe to) from 1972 and is weekly

Full text conference papers, journal articles and bulletins, from sources including:
- Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica
- Journal of Veterinary Public Health
- Veterinary Practitioner
- World Congress Proceedings. World Small Animal Veterinary Association
- North American Veterinary Conference
- Ontario Veterinary Medical Association Conference Proceedings

Breaking news updates, news articles covering current topics and an events calendar

CAB Reviews: specially commissioned, peer reviewed review articles written by specialists in their field

The Animal Health and Production Compendium which includes over 2000 pictures, drug database, glossary, food safety module, parasite identification keys, and detailed coverage of health and production topics.

CABI eBooks are available in the following subject collections:

Agriculture
Animal & Veterinary Sciences
Environmental Sciences
Human Health, Food & Nutrition
Leisure & Tourism
Plant Sciences

and are sold in bundles according to year of publication: 2000-2004, 2005-2007, and 2008 onwards.

Books are presented in PDF format and you can either download single chapters or the entire eBook in one file.

After trying these products please leave feedback using the comments option below. You can choose the Anonymous comment option if you don’t have a Blogger account, but please provide us your name so we can follow-up any feedback you might have. Please specify whether you are referring to VetMed Resource or the eBooks (or both).

1 comment:

Eleni Michalopoulou said...

This will be a valuable resource for the students at the Vet school. I can specificaly mention the main textbook for module VETS364 (Integrated food safety and veterinary public health)but I am sure there are other publicateions that will be usefull
Eleni Michalopoulou