E-Book Update 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.

Temporary Emergency Access

We have some publishers and book repositories that are giving us temporary access to their electronic books because of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

  • Textbook of Veterinary Physiological Chemistry, 3rd. ed. by L.R. Engelking (2015)
  • Hathi Trust has turned on the ability for us to read e-book copies of close to 45% of the print book collection at the Tufts Libraries through the Hathi Trust Emergency Temporary Access Service. More information.
  • VitalSource has veterinary-related books. The publishers include Cambridge, Wiley, Elsevier, McGraw-Hill, OUP, and Taylor & Francis. Create a VitalSource account with your .edu email address then search for textbooks. Users can have access to no more than 7 titles. See VitalSource Helps for additional FAQ assistance. 

To Be Published

A few of the purchased books haven't been published yet, but will hopefully be available later this year. They include:

  • Animal Hospice and Palliative Medicine for the House Call Vet by L. Hendrix
  • Ferrets  Rabbits  and Rodents, 4th ed. by K. Quesenberry
  • Hand rearing birds, 2nd ed. by R.S. Duerr
  • Small Animal Endoscopy, 4th ed. by T. Todd
  • Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound, 4th ed. by J. Matoon
  • Sheep, Goat, and Cervid Medicine by D. Pugh
  • Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary, 5th ed.