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This guide works best by accessing it within Atlas. Follow these steps:
- Log in to Atlas
- Go to the Courses tab
- Locate the Libraries Channel halfway down the right-hand side of the screen
- 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
For more in-depth research, use books and ebooks OR scholarly articles from the databases listed below.
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.
You can also search the ebrary ebook collection separately, if you prefer.
Academic Search Complete (EBSCO) Limit your search to full text and peer reviewed to locate academic articles on your topic.
Art & Architecture Source (EBSCO)
Art & Architecture Source covers a broad range of related subjects, from fine, decorative and commercial art, to various areas of architecture and architectural design. Providing over 600 full-text journals, more than 220 full-text books, and a collection of over 63,0000 images, it is designed for use by a diverse audience, including art scholars, artists, designers, students and general researchers.
Funded by: College (FALSC Group License)
About Reference Sources
Reference sources are a good place to start when you want to find an overview of
- a character, such as Gilgamesh or Prometheus
- a culture, such as Greek or Mesopotamian
Reference Databases for Mythology
These two databases are particularly good for modern mythology.