Library databases and ebooks will continue to be available to students, faculty, and staff. We encourage you to use the following resources during this time. If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to a librarian either through online chat or email (email@example.com) or by emailing your subject librarian.
Multi-Search/EBSCO Discovery Service Great place to get started for most research topics.
Google Scholar Use Google Scholar to connect to full-text articles provided by UGA Libraries via the "View It @ UGA" links in the margin. Google Scholar searches across many scholarly disciplines and sources.
Libkey Nomad: Free Chrome browser extension that connects UGA resources with scholarly articles you find in PubMed, Wikipedia and hundreds of scholarly publisher websites. Also locates Open Access versions of articles.
ScienceDirect Offering temporary free access to their science textbooks alongside our regular journal content..
More online resources
Databases by Subject List of databases and other resources provided by UGA Libraries.
Databases by Title An A-Z list of databases provided by UGA Libraries.
Temporary Extended Access to Online Resources Links to publishers and databases who have released additional ebooks, online journals, and streaming videos to libraries free of charge. Since access is temporary, these are not found when searching GIL/E-Journal search/Multi-Search.
FIND IT @ UGA
Most library databases include the FIND IT @ UGA button, which you can use to locate online access for specific citations.
Article Scanning: We have suspended the scanning of print articles and book chapters from our collection until further notice. You can still request them through Interlibrary Loan, who will do their best to find an open library to supply the PDF.
Copyright Questions: Please see the Copyright and Fair Use Statement. Have questions about fair use of materials for eLC or other sharing with other students? Contact Mariann Samuels, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research & Instruction librarians remain available to assist you.
Always feel free to ask a librarian for help, either through online chat or email (email@example.com) or by emailing your subject librarian. Librarians can provide help over email, phone, or web conferencing.
You can also visit the following resources for research help: