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The library subscribes to thousands of online biomedical textbooks. They can be somewhat hard to find, however, since they come from many different packages and lack a unified interface. Here are a few tips and tricks for finding them.

As a note, all ebooks are available from on or off campus using your university ID and password. Some books can only be read in your browser while others can be downloaded as PDFs (exact copy of what appeared in the print version). If you have questions about a particular book, please let me know.

We have a general listing of ebooks at http://hsl.lib.umn.edu/ebooks. This page only lists highlights in each specialty. There is a search box at the top of the page, but this also only searches a subset of available online books (we hope to fix this shortly). To find the full set of available books, you need to go to each ebook package and search within it. The packages are at the bottom of the page under "EBook Collections."

Here are some links to take you directly to the neurology books within each package:
Springer (green titles are available)
Wiley (unlocked titles are available)
R2 Library
Books@Ovid
ebrary

Selected neurology textbooks:
Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology
Clinical Neurology
Clinical Neuroanatomy
Current Protocols in Neuroscience
Neurobiology of Disease (2007)
Neurology Board Review: An Illustrated Study Guide (2007)
Neurology in Clinical Practice

Please let me know if there are any other books you think should be added to the above listing.

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