New forms and technics of knowledge transfer - practical approach

The knowledge transfer in higher education must be constantly developed according to the changing needs of the current generation of students. This continuous development must follow the national and international trends of education as well as the newly emerging (and reemerging) technologies.

Besides the professional knowledge, the modern veterinarians must possess other skills in order to provide excellent care on their professional fields. Among many skills, vets must develop good skills in communication (owner, colleagues), entrepreneurship, and self-development (life-long learning).

Type: C
Credit: 2
Time span: Lecture: 9 Practical 6
Prerequisites: Physiology I.
Lecturer: dr. Míra Mándoki

Introduction to infocommunication technologies (ICT). ICT in veterinary


Advantages and disadvantages of using online networks

Veterinary professional online networks: Network Of Veterinarians In Continuing Education

Simulation methods

Virtual patients

Skills lab

Entrustable professional activities (EPAs)

Continuous personal development

e-portfolios: WATCHME - Workplace-based e- assessment technology for competency-based higher multi-professional education

Practical courses: Virtual patients (Casus); Skills lab; e-portfolio (EPASS)

Examination: written exam
Grading: Marks from 1 to 5