The Tufts libraries have over one million books, journals, maps, movies, images, music and other materials in their collections; and the collections are growing. Search the Tufts Library Catalog for full-text links, descriptions and other information.
The Tufts libraries have a growing collection of over 32,000 electronic books. Enter a keyword or phrase and pick E-Books from the drop down menu. Some books may be restricted to the Tufts University community.
The John A. Seaverns Equine collection consists of 6,806 books, journals, maps, photographs, music and other materials. A digitized selection of the John A. Seaverns Equine Collection is available in the Internet Archive and includes 1,467 books published prior to 1923. More information about the collection can be found on the John A. Seaverns Equine Collection wiki.
The International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS) provides access to electronic books through the IVIS Library. IVIS is a free non-profit organization. Registration is required, but is free. Books include conference proceedings, handbooks, guides and textbooks.
The Veterinary Information Network (VIN) provides access to electronic books through the VIN Library. Registration is required, but is free for veterinary students, interns, residents and academic faculty.