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, pelvic, 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.
Pelvic, brain stem, skull, and full skeleton models are available in our 2nd floor recreational reading area for access during non-staffed hours and are for in-library use only. Please do not take these models out of the library.
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: