Doing Your Research
Subject and Class Guides
- Class Guides: Did a librarian visit your class and create a customize page for your research project? Look here.
- Library Subject Guides: Check to see if your topic or resource (like newspapers) has a special subject guide.
- Subject Guides in GALILEO: Look at the second page (use the tab at the top) for references to more resources.
- GALILEO@UGA - Find citations
and full-text articles on almost any topic. Start with the page for your subject or one of the Popular Databases,
- GALILEO Login: Required for off-campus access.
- Electronic Journal Locator - If you have a citation for an article or journal, use this tool to get to our online access
- GIL-Find (UGA's Catalog) - Find books, movies, and other material collected by UGA Libraries.
- GIL Universal Catalog - Find
books to borrow from other Georgia higher education institutions
- Use GIL Express to borrow them. Delivery time is 3-5 days.
- WorldCat (or try Worldcat.org interface) -
Find books at hundreds of libraries around the world
- Borrow them through Interlibrary Loan. Delivery time averages 7-10 days.
- Google Books - Search the full text of millions of books, many available in your local library.
Primary Sources @ UGA
- How to find and identify a primary source
- Digital Library of Georgia: Georgia History and Culture Collections
- Walter J. Brown Media Archives: Media and Peabody Television Collections
- Hargrett Manuscript and Rare Books Collection
- Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
The Internet for Academic Research
- Librarian's Guide to Web Searching: Learn how to get the most out of the web, with tips for using Google Scholar and Wikipedia.