Answered By: Karen Douglas
Last Updated: Oct 31, 2018     Views: 0

Since anatomy is such a large subject, you might want to narrow down your search. A good source for an overview is the Galileo database Credo. If you are off campus, you will have to enter a password, which changes each semester. To get the password you can send a text message with your request and your 900 number to (404) 800-1811. We will reply during business hours. Click here to enter Galileo. In Galileo, click databases A-Z and find Credo in the alphabetical list. Enter anatomy in the search box. You will find several overview articles on the topic and suggested search terms to narrow your search.

Another good place to search for information on anatomy is the library catalog. We have many print and electronic books on the subject.  Enter “anatomy” in the search box on the catalog page. Click enter. Since this is such a broad category, you will get hundreds of hits. You can reduce the number of results by using the search terms you found in Credo, and the refine my results column on the left of the results list.

If you need further assistance, please visit one of the three library locations.

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