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Animal welfare education – can MOOCs contribute?

Please see the link below to an article published by our MOOC team here in the JMICAWE. Jill MacKay, Fritha Langford and Natalie Waran were three of the lecturers on the University of Edinburgh's massive open online course (MOOC) on animal ...

Published: 29 Oct 2014more

Introduction to Animal Welfare textbook now launched in China

The JMICAWE has been involved with the CVMA and working with WAP colleagues towards the development of teaching materials including professional development to ensure that veterinary schools in China are equipped to be able to deliver ...

Published: 29 Oct 2014more

LATEST ANIMAL WELFARE NEWSLETTER - HOT OFF THE PRESS

Read about the latest animal welfare news and activities by our dedicated team Our Autumn newsletter is now available to download. Stories include: *WELFARE AWARD NEWS *MOOC and CPD ...

Published: 28 Oct 2014more

Animal welfare and ethics education to zoo experts

The use of animals in zoos around the world is a source of concern in some areas. The modern zoo is committed to education, conservation and research, activities which must be underpinned by robust animal welfare standards. ...

Published: 21 Oct 2014more

The other side of Equine Welfare: Can too much misplaced love lead to obesity and health problems?

When thinking about equine welfare issues, the usual image of neglect or poor condition is that of the underweight and overworked horse or donkey. However there is another side to equine health and welfare that may not be ...

Published: 15 Oct 2014more


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