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Anthropology: Home

Resources for Anthropology coursework.

What Is A Database?

A library database is a digital library that provides access to published sources such as: eBooks, reference sources, magazine articles, academic journal articles and scientific studies, newspapers, and films. 

Users can search for their topic by a variety of ways: keyword, subject, author, magazine title, article title, etc. 

 

Reference Sources

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Search in Credo Reference for definitions and in-depth coverage from specialized encyclopedias about events, peoples,cultures/customs and other Anthropology related concepts.

Alternative Databases

Databases

All Databases

To search your topic in discipline specific database, select Databases A-Z and read the description to understand the scope and focus of each database. 

Databases A-Z

Off Campus Login

When accessing the library databases from home, you might be prompted to log in with your KCTCS email and password.

If you encounter an error, delete your browser's cookies & cache and try again.  How do I do that?

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