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ANTH 5010: Thought and Praxis I: Home

A guide to library resources for students of ANTH 5010

Interlibrary Loan

Found a book or an article that the UNT Libraries does not own? You can request it through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and we will get it for you. Your student fees have already paid for this service- there's no additional cost to use it. Information about ILL: https://library.unt.edu/services/ill-document-delivery/ Set up your ILLiad account here: https://unt.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/firsttime.html

Services for Distance Users

If you are a distance student, there are some services that you need to be aware of.  You may request print books from the UNT Libraries collection to be mailed to you. These requests are placed through your ILLIAD account. 

You may also request electronic copies of articles found in journals owned by the UNT Libraries as well as those not owned by the UNT Libraries.

Visit guide for distance learners for more information about services and resources for distance students:

https://guides.library.unt.edu/distance-learning-guide

 

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Welcome

Welcome to the course guide for Anthropology 5010. If you have questions or need library/research help, please contact the Anthropology Librarian.

"Wmalinowski triobriand isles 1918" by Unknown (maybe Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, 1885-1939) - http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2005/06/03/wbmalinowski_wideweb__430x250.jpg. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wmalinowski_triobriand_isles_1918.jpg#/media/File:Wmalinowski_triobriand_isles_1918.jpg

Library Resources for Gaduate Students

TexShare

TexShare is a program that allows members of participating TexShare libraries to have borrowing privileges from libraries besides their own.  Many libraries in the state of Texas participate in the program, including public and academic libraries. 

 

 

Ask Us

For research assistance after hours or when your subject librarian is out of the office, please use the Ask Us link to email or phone a library service desk.

https://www.library.unt.edu/ask-us

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