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EUH2001 - Modern Western Civilization (Bray): Print Resources

This guide is designed to help Osceola Campus students with library research as they complete assignments in Professor Bray's Modern Western Civilization classes.

Finding Books

How to Access the Databases and/or Online Catalog

The easiest method is to use Atlas.After logging in to Atlas,

  • Click on the “Courses” tab.
  • Click “Search the Library,” on the right side of your screen.
  • Click “Databases A-Z” or “Databases by Subject” to select your database.‚Äč

OR

If Atlas is experiencing difficulties you can use this URL to access the online catalog and databases:

https://union.discover.flvc.org/vc.jsp

OR

From the main Valencia webpage: https://valenciacollege.edu/ use the dropdown menu on the Student Resources Tab to choose Libraries. You can also type “Library” in the Search Box. Scroll down until you see a Red Search Button. Click it. The best way to use the Library Catalog is to click the Library Catalog Tab. This is the best way to search for books, eBooks, DVDs, eVideos etc. Search specifically using Advanced Search and choosing Campus & Format.

Using Electronic Resources (eBooks, eVideos & Databases requires logging in. Logging in to Valencia electronic resources other ways than through Atlas requires using your Valencia Student Identification number (your “V” number including the “V”) plus your PIN (the last 4 digits of your “V” number). You may also need to select Valencia from a drop-down menu.

The login button is found near the top right of the Online Catalog.

Reference Books

The following reference books are available at the Osceola Campus Library and may be relevant to your assignment.

Please note that reference books must be viewed in the library, and cannot be checked out. The library also has a number of books that can be checked out. Do an online book search (directions to the left), or consult a campus librarian for help locating these books.

Reference Sources- History

Browsing Guide

If you prefer to visit the Osceola Library and browse the shelves for books you can look under the following call numbers in both the reference and circulating collections.

 C : AUXILIARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY

D : WORLD HISTORY AND HISTORY OF EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, ETC.   

E: AUXILIARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY American and the United States History (general)

F: AUXILIARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY United States (local) and British America, Dutch America, French America, Latin America & Spanish America

G : GEOGRAPHY. ANTHROPOLOGY. RECREATION 

H : SOCIAL SCIENCES

J: POLITICAL SCIENCE

K :  LAW

U : MILITARY SCIENCE 

V : NAVAL SCIENCE

Osceola Campus Librarian

Cheryl Ann Livingston's picture
Cheryl Ann Livingston
Contact:
Reference Desk 321-697-4154

Office 321-697-4957