November 5, 2010

In the Spotlight: A New Addition to the Digest

Professional Announcements Page
A New Addition to the Digest!

Figure 1
The WDIN team, publishers of the Wildlife Disease News Digest, is pleased to announce the latest addition to the Digest, the Professional Announcements page.

Digest readers can click onto to this Prof's Announcements page, (highlighted in figure 1 with a red box) to learn about upcoming wildlife health related professional opportunities. Specifically, readers will find three different sections of information:
Wildlife Health Related Education and Job Opportunities
Lists upcoming opportunities that may be of interest to our Digest readers. For those who prefer email, you can subscribe to receive announcements as they are posted. Click to subscribe now.

Figure 2
Upcoming Meetings and Events
Displays wildlife health related meetings and events that will be occurring over the approaching few months. For more information, Digest users can browse or search for specific meetings in WDIN's searchable calendar (Figure 2).

Just Added Meeting and Events
Lists those events recently added to WDIN's calendar, so you can mark your own calendar!

For Digest users who have their own feed reader accounts, announcements updates are available as RSS feeds. Click on the green title bar above any one of the three sections
(highlighted in figure 1 with a blue box) and choose your subscription preference.

Know About Upcoming Professional Development Activities? We Want to Know About It Too!

Readers know the Wildlife Disease News Digest provides information about the latest wildlife disease related news, publications, and research developments, but it is also a place where readers learn about upcoming activities in the wildlife health community. Now, with the new Professional Announcement page, readers will have their professional news in one place.

If you have an announcement, related to continuing education or professional development opportunities, email the details to and we will post it to this page. Email us what you know. Your colleagues will appreciate your effort!