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Dear Post Graduate student
Our Veterinary Science subject guide aims to provide tools to ease and simplify the processes of being a Post Graduate student, doing research and publishing your research.
For a more encompassing guide on tools and tips to complete your research, also visit the Dept of Library Services' detailed Research support page at: https://up-za.libguides.com/c.php?g=485435
Please contact your Information Specialist to gain information about the following:
- Access to a vast number of scientific databases, e-journals, e-books and other printed, electronic or digitised information resources
- Access to all recommended textbooks if commercially available, in collaboration with lecturers
- Group and individual training sessions in information literacy skills
- Information literature searches or information on your research topic
- Advice on the availability and accessibility of information resources
- Advice on the application of reference techniques, plagiarism and copyright
- Advice on the research process, evaluating journals and where to publish
- Advice on information organization and indexing
Susan Marsh: Companion Animal Clinical Studies, Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology, Production Animal Studies, Equine Research Centre, OP Veterinary Genetics Laboratory, Exotic Leather Research Centre.
Tertia Coetsee: Paraclinical Sciences, Veterinary Tropical Diseases, Centre for Veterinary Wildlife Studies, Onderstepoort Veterinary Animal Research Unit.
Post Graduate Student Support: General information