Many professors will require that you focus on the scholarly journal literature as you conduct your research. Depending on the assignment, other professors may not have this requirement. However, it is important to be able to discern the scholarly, peer-reviewed journal literature from other types of periodical literature.
Here is a list of selected, recommended databases to help you find scholarly journal articles on biological anthropology-related topics:
Links from the Libraries websites (databases, journal articles, electronic resources) are automatically proxied for off campus use and you do not need to do anything else. If you haven’t already authenticated, attempting to access a library resource will generate a UVM log-in screen for you to enter your NetID and password.
The easiest and recommended way to access library subscription journal articles directly from Google Scholar is to access Google Scholar from the link to it that the library provides -- either from this library research guide (Finding articles) or from the "Research databases" list on the Howe Library home page (click on the green button called: Research databases.)