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AnthroSource An online service of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), the searchable AnthroSource datbase offers access to more than 100 years of anthropological knowledge, including 32 publications.
Seton Hall University Libraries Anthropology Research Guide
Welcome to the University Libraries Anthropology research guide. I hope it will bring you and Anthropology -related resources together, and help you to find and enjoy all that our library has to offer. This guide is a work in progress. Please email me if you have comments or suggestions for improvement or find broken links.
This search tool is made available through the support of SHU Information Technology.
SHUsearch explained on YouTube
Explore our new e-books
The library now offers a vast array of e-books, including ebrary's Academic Complete and the Ebsco ebook collection. You can find ebooks by using the "eBooks" tab on the New Search Tool on the library home page, or in Classic catalog SetonCat using "limit to "ebooks".
To save or download ebooks or chapters from ebrary, you will need to sign in with the ebrary user name and password that you select when you create a free ebrary account. >>> Play getting started with ebrary
To save or download Ebsco ebooks, you will need to create a free Ebsco account (if you already have one that you use for Ebsco databases, login using the same username and password). Go to Ebsco ebooks support and FAQ.
To download an entire book for up to 14 days (where publishers permit) you will need to first install Adobe Digital Editions on your computer.
If you have problems with accessing or downloading ebooks, please Ask Us for help.
You can also email me FEEDBACK about your ebook experience.
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