This e-learning platform is developed in a frame of Erasmus+ Project DIGITAL EDUCATION IN VETERINARY STUDIES - DEVet. The main aim of the e-learning platform is to improve digital readiness in the teaching process in response to COVID-19 pandemics and beyond. All digital teaching material within this e-learning platform is produced by teachers (experts in different fields of veterinary medicine) of three DEVet project partner institutions - University of Belgrade, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; and The Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The creators of this e-learning platform bear in mind that veterinary profession at the EU level is legally listed among the regulated professions (EU directive 2005/36/EC, article 38, amended in the Directive 2013/55/EU), but also at the national level according to the appropriate legal acts in Serbia, Croatia and Northern Macedonia. Thus, produced materials within this e-learning platform comply with the standards of veterinary education revolving around the list of so-called „Day–one Competences“, representing the body of knowledge and skills that the veterinary school must provide.

  1. Register of results on the DEVet project

  2. A quick review of the e-Platform structure and access instructions

  3. Brochure on the savety in teaching

  4. Article from the seminar on quality system, Kopaonik, May, 18-20th, 2022
    Rad_Ucenje na daljinu_Sr_En-abstr.pdf

  5. Workshop on the structure and use of the DEVet e-Platform (students)

  6. Results of the students' survay on the functionality of the DEVet e-platform

  7. Presentation of the DEVet Project on N. Macedonian State TV, March 7th, 2022

  8. Preliminary presentation of specific DEVet project results on YouTUBE

  9. DEVet Graphical Studio
    CircularMail_Digitalni grafički studio FVM.pdf

  10. Gratitude to all who helped the DEVet Project

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