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Anatomy & Physiology

Evans Library resources and information for students in A & P courses

Skeleton    Do you work and learn better with something in your hands?

   Stop by the 1st Floor Desk with your FM ID to request access     to these models in L100S

   Looking for space to study using these models? We suggest:

     - L100S (1st floor of Evans Library)

     - Health Professions Study Room (2nd floor of Evans Library)

      Questions? Just Ask Us!

 

 

Arm  Leg  Brain

Brain #2  Mini Muscle  Head

Board  Heart  Track

The Evans Library provides online access to a large number of journals and magazines that publish articles related to Anatomy & Physiology.  Use the link below to access those resources.

More information and resources related to  Anatomy & Physiology can also be found in these databases.

Books are located using their call number. eBooks can be used anywhere by clicking on the title of the book. If you need help, ask a Librarian!

Don't forget to check our course reserve page to see if your instructor has placed a copy of the textbook in the library.

Streaming films specific to science topics can be found in Films on Demand. A short tutorial on using Films on Demand is below.  If you need help accessing any of these sites, ask a Librarian!

Websites devoted to Anatomy and Physiology are plentiful. This short list is some of the most useful websites. Remember - your textbook (and going to class) is key to learning!

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