Welcome! The resources below are designed to help you as you study for your Anatomy & Physiology course. If you have any questions, you can always contact the Winter Park Campus Librarian, Adam Johnson, by clicking on the link in the box below. You can also visit Ask a Librarian for live chat, email, or text assistance.
At times you may be prompted to log into the library site using a tool called OpenAthens. Use your Atlas username and password to log in.
To access all of our databases, log into your Atlas account and click the "Search the Library" link in the right column on the "Courses" tab. Once the library catalog opens, you will see the "Databases A-Z" Link in the top center of the page, above the search box. Then find the database you want in the alphabetical list, and connect. Click the icon below to access the Atlas login page.
The Visible Body database allows you to view 3D models, with the ability to zoom, dissect, and rotate anatomical structures in remarkable detail. There are also practice quizzes to help you develop your knowledge on each system and structure within the body. This database is provided free of charge through the library. Watch the video below for an overview, or view any of the help articles below the Visible Body link for additional assistance.
We have a wide array of study resources in the Winter Park Campus Library.
Anatomy models are available for in-library use during normal business hours, and we also have several reference guides and study resources for in-library use and checkout.
Stop by Room 140 to take a look!
Need help with research or library resources? Get help from state-wide librarians at Ask-a-Librarian.
Ask a Librarian provides online help through live chat and text messaging from 10 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday (ET), and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday (ET).
Get help directly from Valencia College librarians on Ask-A-Librarian.
During the Summer 2022 term, students can chat live online or text a Valencia College librarian during these hours:
During campus closures or off hours, students can send an e-mail that librarians will retrieve when the virtual desk reopens.