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HUM 2220 (Montione): Home

Start Here

This guide works best by accessing it within Atlas.  Follow these steps:

  1. Log in to Atlas
  2. Go to the Courses tab
  3. Locate the Libraries Channel halfway down the right-hand side of the screen
  4. Click on Search the Library.

Note: If you do not access this guide thorugh Atlas, you will be prompted for a Borrower ID and PIN when you click on the links to the databases

  • Your Borrower ID is the number on the back of your VID card
  • Your PIN is the last four digits of your VID

Books and eBooks

Search the library catalog for print books and electronic books on your topic.

When searching the catalog, be sure to limit to West Campus and books or eBooks before you search.

Finding Books

To find a book, write down the title and the call number, e.g. N6888.D8 E88 2010

To find this call number, break it down.

Look first for the N section.

Books are arranged alphabetically from call number A toward the wall farthest from the classrooms to call number Z closest to the classrooms.

Then look for the number; pay attention to hundreds vs. thousands. This number is 6888.

As you look, remember:

Books are arranged left to right on the shelves, and the numbers go from top to bottom

Once you find 6888, look at the next part: D8. Ds come alphabetically after A, B, and C.

Then look for 8 numerically.

Then look at the next piece: E88. Look first alphabetically, then numerically.

Hopefully, you now see your book.

Overviews of Greek and Roman history and art

Art Databases (for architecture, sculpture, painting)

Start with Oxford Art Online to get some background on the artist. Continue with Art Source to search for articles on a particular work.

Literature Databases (for poetry, plays, philosophy, history)

General Databases

MLA Guides online

Remember that although many of the library databases provide MLA citations for electronic sources, it is your responsibility as a student to ensure that all of your citations are correct. 

Be sure to compare any database generated citations to the library's MLA guides online (link below), the official MLA Handbook (located at the second floor Reference Desk), or your Little Seagull Handbook.

Web Sites

West Campus Librarians

The Valencia College libraries do not welcome solicitation of resources to be added to our LibGuides. This includes but is not limited to vendors, search engine optimizers, placement of ads, products, or any other requests. Our LibGuides are carefully curated resources developed in partnership with faculty, staff, and students to support specific assignments, courses, events, and other related purposes at Valencia College. The Valencia libraries reserve the right to ignore LibGuide resource solicitations, and/or block persistent requests from groups or individuals to add or promote links in our LibGuides.