These resources may be used to support campaigns for humane teaching methods. Many have supported successful campaigns at universities in Australia, the US, and elsewhere.
EuroNICHE. 1999. Alternatives in Education: New Approaches for a New Millenium. Leicester, England: EuroNICHE. 33 minutes.
PCRM. 1997. Advances in Medical Education. Washington, DC: PCRM. 18 minutes.
Francione, G. and Charlton, A. 1992. Vivisection and Dissection in the Classroom: A Guide to Conscientious Objection. Jenkintown, PA, USA: American Anti-Vivisection Society. 136 pp.
Jukes, N. and Mihnea C. 2002. From Guinea Pig to Computer Mouse. Leicester, England: International Network of Individuals and Campaigns for Humane Education (InterNICHE).
Balcombe JP. The Use of Animals in Higher Education: Problems: Alternatives and Recommendations. Washington, DC: Humane Society Press. 2000.
Hepner, L. 1994. Animals in Education – The Facts, Issues and Implications. Albuquerque, NM, US: Richmond Publishers. 311 pp.
Richmond Publishers has closed, however this book can be obtained from the author via
Hunt, G. 2000. Working Party on the Use of Animals for Teaching Applied Anatomy, Small Animal Surgery and Anaesthesia – Final Report. Unpublished.
University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science, Australia. 2008. University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science guidelines on ethical concerns on use of animals in teaching.
University of Wollongong, Australia. 2003. Policy on ethical objection by students to the use of animals and animal products in coursework subjects.
Knight, A. 1998. Submission to the Murdoch University Working Party on Conscientious Objection in Teaching and Assessment.
Knight, A. 1999. Alternatives to the Harmful Use of Animals in Physiology Teaching Laboratories: A Submission to Murdoch University’s Division of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences. Unpublished.
Knight, A. 2000. Ethically-Sourced Cadaver Surgery – A Submission to Murdoch University’s Division of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences. Unpublished.
Knight, A. 2002. The Establishment of an Educational Memorial Program: A Submission to the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Unpublished.
Anonymous. 2001. 2001 Veterinary Student Report. Massey University (New Zealand). Unpublished.
Knight, A. 2002. The use of pound dogs in veterinary surgical training. In Knight, A. (Ed.) 2002. Learning Without Killing: A Guide to Conscientious Objection.
Quain, A. 2000. The real thing: A discussion on the use of pound dogs in the veterinary science curriculum. In Knight, A. (Ed.) 2002. Learning Without Killing: A Guide to Conscientious Objection.
Balcombe, J. 1999. A global overview of law and policy concerning animal use in education. Proceedings: 3rd World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, Bologna, Italy August 29 – September 2, 1999.
7. Cost Comparisons
A Cost Comparison Between Animal Dissection and Humane Educational Alternatives. Animalearn, 2002.
Dissection vs. Alternatives: A Cost Comparison. HSUS.