Welcome to Ebling Library's Anatomy Resources guide. Ebling Librarians have compiled a selection of anatomy materials available online through our library's subscriptions, as well as other high quality open education resources.
A complete list of our anatomy e-books is available off our website. To find print materials, you can search our online catalog. If you need further assistance, please contact a librarian with your questions.
Brain slice, brain stem, and skull models have been placed on course reserve for anatomy students--the loan period is 2 hours. Items can be checked out between the hours of 9:00 am - 5 pm (Monday - Friday) from the Ebling Service desk near the 2nd floor entrance to the library.
Skeleton models are available in our 2nd floor recreational reading area and are for in-library use.
For up to date information on access to the library and our staffed hours, please see our Ebling Library During COVID-19 page.
Selected General Anatomy E-Books
Complete list of Anatomy e-books
Need images for a presentation?
Netter Presenter allows you to view and download the full set of images from the Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy, plus over 200 additional clinically-focused illustrations and radiologic images. In addition, there are videos created from the new Netter’s 3D Interactive Anatomy and selected videofrom Netter’s Online Dissection Modules.
ClinicalKey has a vast library of images from Elsevier publications available for downloading into your presentation slides. Please note that you must set up a personal account in ClinicalKey to utilize this feature.
Here are a few high quality open education anatomy resources: