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Introduction to this LibGuide!

This guide is designed to help you find research for anthropology research. While this guide is jam packed with information, it will focus on:

• Searching the library catalog to find scholarly books related to your topic

• Searching recommended library databases for finding scholarly journal articles

• Using the Journal Search to find full-text journal articles from a citation

Before We Begin...

Before you start your research, there a few "library mechanic" or basic services you need to be aware of to research efficiently. These include:

  • Many library resources are available 24/7 from your home computer, but you need to use the VPN to access them. Find out about connecting to the library from off campus.
  • Need to request a book from Worldcat or a journal article that we don't have access to? Make a request in ILLiad, and receive a PDF copy that you can access through our interlibrary loan system.
  • Manage your library account online. Check the status of your holds and requests, or renew your books.

Contact the Anthropology Librarian!

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Tabatha Farney
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Phone: 719-255-3079
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What can your librarian do for you?

You can:

Make an appointment with me to cover a specific research topic in depth.

Email me your questions – anything from Library VPN questions to research related questions.


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