Try using Search Almost Everything. It gives you a Google-type search of almost all the library's resources, including print books, DVDs, electronic books, articles from databases and electronic reference sources. Use the search box below or find Search Almost Everything on the Library's homepage.
The JCC Library offers good resources for research in the area of anthropology, whether you can come to the library or can only connect online
Use CannonCat to look up print books.
Print books on anthropology are found in the G section of the library, particularly GF through GT. Click here for further details.
Here are suggested specialized databases for anthropology research. In addition, several other general topic databases may also provide good anthropolgy resources.
Below are just a few suggestions for good websites for anthropology research. There are many very good websites out there, and and also many not-so-good websites. Remember to evaluate any website that you use for research! Your work is only as good as the resources that you choose to use. The list below was compiled by librarian Richard Freeman at University of Florida Libraries:
These are simplified handouts for citing various types of resources that you may encounter while doing research. There are many other types of resources that you may use. Refer to the JCC Library's Citing Sources Guide or the Purdue OWL website for more information about documenting your research. And ask for help if you need it!