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Library books

To find books on evolution, search for "evolution" as a subject or as a keyword.


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Evolution: the story of life on earth - Hosleer, Jay
Call Number: 576.8 HOS
ISBN: 0809094762
This is a fun comic book story about evolution.

Library Databases (on campus or through Netilla)

Suggested search terms: evolution, creationism, intelligent design, science education.

  • KUA Library Catalog
    Books at KUA. Type in the search term and click on author, title, or keyword. Try the power search to identify relevant works for a topic.
  • Access Science
    Articles on science and technology, scientist biographies , illustrations and multimedia. Sources include the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology and Science News.
  • CQ Researcher
    A great starting point for current events issues. Find in-depth reports on issues such as international relations and human rights. You can also choose to browse by country. Most reports include timelines, graphs and charts, and pro/con debate sections.
  • Proquest Newsstand  Icon
    U.S. and international newspapers from the 1990s to the present. Search all newspapers or a subset: United States, international (excluding U.S.), or Latin American (only).
  • EBSCO Explora
    A general database that draws articles from a mix of magazines, newspapers, and scholarly journals (as well as flags, maps, encyclopedia articles, and more).

In the Media

On the Web

  • Evidence from Nature
    From the Institute for Creation Research.
  • Science360 - The Knowledge Network
    Science360 Knowledge Network includes the latest science videos by scientists, colleges and universities, the National Science Foundation and scientific institutes around the world.

Off campus?

For access to the databases from off campus, email the librarians for passwords.

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