Posts tagged Veterinary science

International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS)

The International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS) is a not-for-profit organisation established to provide information to veterinarians, veterinary students, technicians and animal health professionals worldwide using Internet technology. The IVIS website provides free access to original, up-to-date publications organised in electronic books, proceedings of veterinary meetings, journals and short courses.

At the start of the new academic year IVIS invites students to visit the website and discover the many resources it offers.  The IVIS Library includes a large collection of Textbooks, Reviews, Proceedings Collections and Journals, that are very useful resources. Some content is also available in 12 different languages. Every month new content is added in a variety of disciplines and species including: • Anesthesia • Avian Medicine • Behaviour • Bull Fertility • Canine and Feline Clinical Nutrition • Dermatology • Equine Respiratory Diseases • Infectious and Parasitic Diseases • Neurology • Poisonous Pants • Reproduction • Transfusion Medicine • Toxicology • Virology

All access on the IVIS website is FREE to access.  (


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New database – SPAC


S-PAC is the most comprehensive animal production and management conference proceeding database in the world. This unique collection of conference proceedings and presentations is a must-have resource for animal scientists, veterinarians, academicians, consultants and members of industry around the world. The value of S-PAC increases every time a conference and a set of proceedings is added.

S-PAC is available from the following link:

It is also listed on the library page of Moodle and the library blog.

Newly added to SPAC include:

2010 Virginia Tech Feed and Nutritional Management Cow College Proceedings

2010 Florida Ruminant Nutrition Symposium Proceedings

2010 National Association of County Agricultural Agents Proceedings

2010 Pacific Northwest Animal Nutrition Conference Proceedings

Please note this resource is only available on-campus via IP address authentication.

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