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Electronic Journals to Search for Articles

Below are just a few journals that are searchable through the MCTC Library. You may find more resources sources within Primo (see box above) or by searching databases individually, such as EBSCOhost, Gale CENGAGE and ProQuest (see box to the left). 

For a list of ALL journals available through the MCTC Library, visit our AtoZ eJournals list!  


APA (American Psychological Association) Citation Resources

Hey, Anatomy & Physiology Students!

The MCTC Libraries have A&P models and a histology set for you to study! Just ask at the front desk and have your student photo ID card ready to check out the models and equipment. 

The Maysville Campus Library has the following models:

  • Two sets of disarticulated human skeleton models
  • Giant heart model
  • Full-body muscle model
  • Leg muscle model
  • Arm muscle model
  • Human torso model
  • Brain model
  • Microscope/histology set

The Licking Valley Campus Library has the following:

  • Disarticulated human skeleton model
  • Brain model
  • Human torso model
  • Neuron model

The Montgomery Campus Library has the following:

  • Leg muscle model
  • Arm musle model

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