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Acquisition of professional skills in Veterinary Medicine degree by using ICT: camera trapping techniques in wildlife.
Jorge Paniagua Risueño, David Cano-Terriza, María de los Angeles Risalde, Saul Jiménez-Ruiz, Javier Caballero, Alfonso Carbonero, Ana Belén Martínez-Padilla, Carmen Borge, Antonio Arenas, Ignacio García-Bocanegra

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Nowadays, the acquisition of knowledge related to the biology, management and conservation of wildlife is still very limited in the Veterinary Medicine degree of the University of Cordoba (UCO, Spain). In order to provide veterinary students with specific skills in this topic, a practical element was implemented using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). During the academic years 2015-2016 to 2017-2018, a total of 34 practical sessions related to photo/video trapping techniques in wildlife were carried out for Veterinary Medicine students of the UCO. Overall evaluation of the activity by students was very positive (9.3 out of 10). Most considered it a useful practice for the assimilation of concepts and acquisition of skills in a dynamic and participatory way on aspects related to the biology, management, health and conservation of wild species. Based on the results obtained, this activity will be incorporated into future academic courses via the practical teaching of an optional subject within the degree in Veterinary Medicine.


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