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There are several types of information available to students through the ACC libraries, both in print form and electronically. Details provided on the different types of resources are listed below:
|Books||You can find a wealth of resources in the library's book collection. A book can provide detailed background information on a topic.|
|Reference Books||Encyclopedias, atlases, dictionaries, etc. are considered reference sources. Access these types of resources when you need to find definitions, biographies, overviews, and historical information.|
|Articles||Articles can be found in journals, magazines, or newspapers. Articles can vary in scope, but usually fall into one of two categories: scholarly and popular.|
|Web Sites||The internet can provide a wealth of information, especially from government sources and professional organizations. Be sure to carefully evaluate the information found here.|
Introductory material to Anthropology as a discipline.
Anthropology Spotlight (iOS)
Provides access to information on all of the latest news and developments in the field of anthropology. Includes the latest information on conferences, abstracts from articles and books, access to publishing workshops, and more.
Digital Atlas Ancient Life (iOS)
An interactive digital atlas for the paleontology time periods: Neogene, Pennsylvanian, Ordovician.
Egyptian Gods & Mythology Pocket Reference (iOS)
A detailed pocket reference app covering the ancient Egyptian gods and other mythological figures. ($2.99 fee)
Likely the best archeological imaging tool but for a price ($19.99). Free apps listed in the additional recommended apps link below.
Measurement tool for navigation, surveying, positioning, and measurement.
Retrieves graphical summaries of soil types associated with your phone's current geographic location.
Free access to the best topographic maps and aerial images for the USA.
Need more? The Colorado Archaeological Society has a list of additional recommended apps, especially websites for photogrammetry.