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Guides to services and collections for students, staff and faculty in the College of Veterinary Medicine

How to access the Glass Dog, Glass Horse, and Glass Horse distal limb using apps.utk.edu

glass dog app     glass horse app    

      iCanineUTK        iColicUTK                  iDistalUTK        

June 6, 2017:  Sales of the The Glass Horse, Glass dog no longer support the project.  The spin-off company behind them is going out of business.  They will continue to maintain the server and provide customer support as long as they are able. 

See below for more anatomy learning resources please.

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To use the Glass Dog, Glass Horse, and Glass Horse distal limb anatomy software,
you must use a computer with Citrix Receiver installed on it. OIT Lab and Library computers
already have it installed. If you need help installing Citrix Receiver on your computer,
then visit How to Use Apps@UT for detailed instructions.

With Citrix Receiver installed:

  1. Go to apps.utk.edu
  2. Login with your NetID and password
  3. Select the [AgVet] folder
  4. Select [iCanineUTK], [iColicUTK], or [iDIstalUTK]
  5. Enter site password utkvetmed, then click the [Validate] button
  6. When finished, click the [QUIT] button so another student can have access.

There are 5 simultaneous seats for Glass Dog, 10 for Distal Limb, and 26 for Glass Horse.

*If you encounter difficulty at any point, then you can contact the OIT HelpDesk at (865) 974-9900.

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Vet Apps Recommended by Penn and MN Vet Libraries: There is some overlap between these two lists.

PubMed for Mobile devices

 

 

The PubMed app allows you to search and read PubMed/Medline and PICO abstracts from your tablet or phone. Available on iPad, iPhone, and Android.

Click to learn more about PubMed for Handhelds: http://pubmedhh.nlm.nih.gov/