Present situation

During the last decade numerous authors have been talking about emerging educational tools, their potential and benefits to veterinary medicine (Murray, Sischo, 2007).  In the Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, for example, Dr. Theresa M. Bernardo wrote (Bernardo, 2006):

  • New means of collaborating to organize, share, and impart knowledge are proliferating and will be brought to bear on education, research, and service. We will have the tools at hand; we must also inculcate the necessary behaviors to operate more successfully in the future.

Today, 4 years later:

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The goal is development of an open collaborative veterinary education framework. That framework should provide tools, practices and a business model for self-perpetuating development of Shared Digital Curriculum and Continuous Education products for all categories of veterinary, para-veterinary and pre-veterinary groups.

The framework should be very flexible, so it can provide high-quality support for all aspects of collaboration during execution of the NAVMEC action plan, both on national and local levels,  yet very robust to ensure centralized oversight and quality control.

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