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Anthropology & Archaeology

A guide to library resources related to anthropology and archaeology.

Getting Started

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Libkey Nomad: Library Search Extension

LibKey Nomad is a cool browser extension for Chrome which provides instant links to full text content for articles subscribed to by ASU Library.

Libkey authentication is seamless and you don’t have to hunt the library web site for a resource, and provides open access alternatives if they are available.  

After installation, select ASU as your subscribing institution. After that, it simply automatically scans for scholarly content “wherever you may roam.”

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