Consecutive waves of the COVID-19 pandemic made teaching and learning tasks harder for veterinary anatomy faculties and students worldwide compared to the prepandemic scenario. Online teaching has been triggered across several countries as a precautionary measure against COVID-19. Educational institutions are looking towards online learning platforms to continue educating the students, as many veterinary institutes have been shut down due to COVID-19. As with most teaching methods, online learning also has its own set of positives and negatives. This letter aims to highlight the pros and cons of online veterinary anatomy education in the COVID-19 pandemic period. In conclusion, prepandemic teaching has been effective and adaptable for veterinary anatomy students for a better learning process, whereas online teaching has major cons over a few pros.
KEY WORDS: SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19; Veterinary anatomy; Online; Teaching.
CHOUDHARY, O. P. Online Veterinary Anatomy Education in the era of COVID-19 Pandemic: Pros and Cons. Int. J. Morphol., 39(4):1231-1233, 2021.