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Archaeology: For Instructors & Grad Students

Supporting Research

Find out how the University Library can support your research or scholarly work through all stages of the research lifecycle; visit our Research page. 

Other Library Services

  • If you directly link to licensed library resources, such as e-journals, please consult the Library's Direct Linking Guide. This guide will help you identify the proper link (DOI or permanent URL) as well as provide instructions on formatting links to ensure users can access the material on and off campus.

  • Do you have questions about Copyright? Consult the University Copyright Office.

  • Are you curious about Open Access? Consult the Library's Open Access Guide.

  • Do you have a suggestion for new Archaeology resources? If so, pass them along via our Request a Purchase form.

  • Use the Interlibrary Loan service for acquiring materials not held by the University of Saskatchewan Library.

  • For information about the Library's Reserve Collection, review the following Course Reserves for Instructors web page.

  • If you are a Grad Student interested in learning more about the thesis/dissertation process, publishing your work, the student/supervisor mentoring relationship, or other useful grad-specific information, consult the Grad Help Guide

Dept of Archaeology & Anthropology

Setting-up Alerts / Saved Searches

Do you want to save time & automatically receive the newest citations in your research area(s)? 

If so, save your searches in your favorite databases and/or sign-up for Table of Content alerts in your favorite journals.

Search Alerts (Database):

Follow these general steps to set up a search alert in a database:

1. Navigate to your favourite database through the library website
2. Register for a personal account within that database
3. Perform your search
4. Look for a link on the results page that says something like "Set alert", "Set feed", "Keep me posted", "Create alert", etc (NOTE: this might also be on a "Search History" page).

Journal Table of Contents Alert:

Most academic journals provide readers with the option to be notified when new issues are available.

To set-up a table of contents alert, navigate to the journal’s homepage and look for an “alert” feature.

In most cases, you will be given the option to receive your alerts via email or thru an RSS feed.