Library News

The Veterinary Library has 12 reservable spaces on the 2nd floor. Spaces can be reserved for an entire day or part of a day. The reservable spaces are wooden carrels (desks); electrical and network outlets are nearby. Loew 106/107 is reserved for DVM exams on Fridays from 8am-12pm, throughout the...
Posted on Sep 08, 2020
Browzine in the Tufts Library Catalog
Browzine is now integrated into the Tufts Library Catalog. Browzine makes browsing journals a little easier and has features like creating your own bookshelf, saving articles for off-line reading, notification service, and a mobile app. Browzine can be used independently of the Tufts Library Catalog and on a variety of...
Posted on Aug 25, 2020
As the nation reckons with longstanding issues of racial injustice, people are turning to books that deal with race and anti-racism to understand our troubled past, gain clearer insight into the present, and learn ways to move beyond current inequities and become an upstander and ally. We’ve compiled a list...
Posted on Jul 08, 2020
The leadership and the staff members of the Tufts University Libraries join with the university and library communities in expressing our outrage at the brutal murder of George Floyd; the racism and violence against Black, Indigenous and People of Color; and the police brutality that has tragically ended the lives...
Posted on Jun 19, 2020
Two new electronic journals were added in 2018: Companion animal and Livestock. The most recent four years of each journal are available.
Posted on Apr 08, 2020
Here are some of the electronic books we've recently purchased, in order to better support the clinical rotations and our current online curriculum. There are some really good additions to our collection! Please note that not all of the books have unlimited simultaneous user licenses. Color atlas of veterinary histology...
Posted on Apr 02, 2020
Welcome to the new Webster Family library website. We're in beta. Please let us know if you have any feedback.
Posted on Mar 18, 2020
New year display
Happy New Year! January 25, 2020 begins the Year of the Rat, according to the twelve-year Chinese zodiac cycle.
Posted on Feb 10, 2020
Food for Thought Wellness display
To celebrate Wellness Week, the Library Staff have created a food-themed display. The display, ‘Food for Thought’, acknowledges various ways in which food is vital to our health and well-being. We have books about eating food, raising food, supplements and herbs. Through the end of February, we’ll have a ‘Recipe...
Posted on Feb 14, 2020
Search our library catalog for "anatomy" and you'll find hundreds of books, journals, software and AV materials. Some things are online and some are in the library. There are lots of species represented... small, large, domestic, ruminant, lab, exotic, avian, amphibian, reptile, primate, chordate and vertebrate. The topics range from...
Posted on Dec 02, 2019