Anatomy and Physiology

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Welcome to the Anatomy and Physiology Research Guide.

Click on a tab below to find books, videos, articles, and websites for use in Anatomy & Physiology classes.

If you need additional help, stop by the Reference Desk or contact a reference librarian: Ask A Librarian.

  1. Books & Videos
  2. Databases and Journals
  3. Websites

Finding Books

Use the COD Library's catalog to find books & videos. Click on the "keyword" tab to search using multiple search terms and limit your results by material type (book, video), date, or language. You'll need a current College of DuPage Library Card to check out books.

Reference Works

Reference works, such as dictionaries and encyclopedias are useful for learning about background information on a topic
Please note that print reference books may be used while in the library only. Online reference books may be accessed from any on or off-campus computer. You'll need a Library Card to access online books and articles from off-campus.
Click on the links below to access the online book/website or record/description of the print book.

Videos, Models, and Slides

The Library owns many Anatomy & Physiology films in DVD, VHS and streaming formats. In addition, A&P microscope slides and anatomy models are available for in-library use. Check the lists of videos:

Check out our updated list of Anatomy Models.

Here's our list of Anatomy and Physiology slides:

The Library subscribes to many databases that provide access to thousands of popular and credible, scholarly journals. Many databases provide access to full-text articles, while some provide information about the article only (citation). Request (for free!) through Interlibrary Loan copies of articles to which the Library doesn't have full-text access.

Access the article databases listed below.

Best Bet links: Databases and Journal Holdings