One Search is a way of searching all the library's resources - books and ebooks, journals and journal articles, multimedia and more. You can find the One Search search box on the home page of the library website. You can jump right in and start searching or consult our One Search guide for tips on basic, advanced, browse and journal searching, and saving results.
Browse collections of veterinary science related eBooks through the links below, or use One Search to find specific books by title or keywords, including print books.
The first thing to consider when searching is what you need to find. To do this, you should define your topic.
See more about identifying keywords and synonyms.
Need help with defining a term or topic? Use the sources below.
When evaluating your results, you should consider the following questions.
What is the intended audience?
Is the content biased?
How accurate is it?
How current is the information?
You can also use the Cornell Method Template to critically read and analyse the information contained in the articles you find in your results.
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