To use our GALILEO databases, e-journals, and e-books from off-campus and some UGA wireless networks, you'll be prompted to log in with your MyID and password. Your MyID is your UGAMail address minus the "@uga.edu."
Don't have a UGA MyID? Visit or contact Access Services to find out if you are eligible to have a library account created for you:
Here are some of the most-used databases in the field of Forestry & Natural Resources:
★Web of Science - This source indexes scientific literature from 1945 forward. Cited reference and times cited information is provided for the articles included in this resource.
Annual Reviews - Critical reviews of scholarly research in the life, physical, and social sciences.
Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts - Covering all aspects of the management of marine and freshwater environments.
ScienceDirect - Database with full text access to scholarly journals published by Elsevier and its subsidiaries.
Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide - Index to articles covering all aspects of wildlife and wildlife management.
Zoological Record - Index to zoological literature with particular emphasis on systematic/taxonomic information.
Multi-Search - A combined search of GIL and hundreds of UGA's GALILEO databases including ones with articles pertinent to the area of Forestry. If you are getting too many irrelevant results from Multi-Search, try searching one of the more specialized databases listed above.
GIL is the UGA Libraries catalog of books, journals, CDs, DVDs, and more.
GIL Universal is the larger catalog for all University System of Georgia libraries. Printed books may be requested from any of these participating libraries. As a UGA affiliate, you can go in person to these libraries to check out books.
ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (formerly Dissertation Abstracts) - Index to doctoral dissertations and masters theses.
WorldCat - Huge catalog of books and other materials held by libraries worldwide.
Need a book, but UGA Libraries don't own it or UGA's copy is unavailable? Use GIL Express to request from another library in the University System of Georgia.
Need a journal article, book, thesis or dissertation not owned by the UGA Libraries? Request these items for free from our Interlibrary Loan service. Journal articles are delivered quickly and electronically.
EndNote is a tool that allows users to create a library of citation records that are of interest. PDFs and other file attachments can be associated with these citations. Upon installation of EndNote, a toolbar will install in Word or Pages, This toolbar links to the EndNote library for pulling both the in-text and bibliographic citation into the document in whatever style is needed for the paper.
To download this desktop application, enter your UGA credentials at this website: http://guides.libs.uga.edu/c.php?g=349954&p=2360585#14958865
Additional training is available by filling out this form.