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ANTH 331: Human Skeletal Anatomy (Betsinger)

Librarian: Michelle Hendley

Finding Scholarly Print and Electronic Books in Milne Library

To search for books in Milne Library, click on the Search tab on the library’s home page. Then select Advanced Search. Then click on Sign in and login using your SUNY Oneonta username and password.  Once signed in, select Library Catalog and change Material Type from All items to Books. Enter search terms and click on SEARCH.

You can limit your search results to Available online (e-books) or Held by Library (print books). 

Borrowing Library Materials

Faculty, students, and staff will use Remote Check Out to request books and other library materials to be retrieved by library staff and placed on self-serve pick up shelves. 

How does borrowing work?

Find an item using the library discovery service (make sure it says Available at Milne Library….).

Go to Get It! and select Request Item for Remote Check Out.

The item will be checked out to you and you will be notified by email when it is available for pick up. Pick up location is on the first floor of the Milne Library across from the Main Circulation Desk.

Library items can be returned at any time through the book drops located at the Circulation Desk or on the exterior of the Milne Library building (to the right of the main front entrance, central to the rear entrance).

Returned items will be quarantined for at least 3 days before being checked in and back-dated to the return date. 

Finding Scholarly Journal Articles

Anthropology Databases

General Databases with Anthropology Scholarly Journals

Finding a Copy of an Article from a Database

Locating the full text of the article in electronic form

Full text articles available directly in databases are indicated by HTML Full Text or PDF Full TextFull text articles available with the wording Linked Full Text are available in another database.  Clicking on the link will connect either to the full text article or the other database.

Requesting an article on interlibrary loan

If you find an article from a periodical that is not available at Milne Library, you can request the article using the library’s interlibrary loan system (ILLiad).  Please ask a librarian for assistance or go to the ILLiad page for further information.  

Finding an article in a specific journal

  • Use the Journals tab on the library home page. 
  • Enter the title of the journal or magazine, for example, Current Anthropology, in the search box. 
  • Look for the journal title in the results list.
  • Online journals are available through the link, Available Online.  If the journal is in print, its availability and location in the library will be indicated. 
  • To obtain an online copy of an article, click on the Available Online link and go to the section, Full text availability, and click on an appropriate database.
  • Link to the correct issue of the periodical (note the year, issue, volume number, and page numbers of the article).

Citing Sources

Links to resources that provide examples of how to write citations, create a works cited list, and format written documents in various styles for several academic disciplines including APA and MLA.

Revised: January 25, 2021