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Can students check out bones, models, brains or articulated skeletons for anatomy study?

Last Updated: May 16, 2017  |  342 Views

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The Check Out Desk on the ground floor of the Sturgis Library (Kennesaw) and the Check Out Desk on the first floor of the Johnson Library (Marietta) have bones and other biological models available for checkout.  You can use them in the library for 2 hours.  You will need your KSU ID card to check them out.  All reserve items are due back to the Check Out Desk 30 minutes prior to closing.

To see a list of anatomy to check out, search our reserves list. Use the link under Services > Course Reserves > Search Reserves.  Use the Department pull down menu to BIO:Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Biology and click Go. You will see the entire list of anatomy reserves there.

The KSU Library System does not have keys to or photos or descriptions of the anatomy models.

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