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New Linguistic-Related Works in the UGA Libraries
The Libraries acquire newly published and older materials throughout the year. In this guide, I will highlight the works I have seen during the past month which are now available to check out or use in the Libraries.
I will include books, DVDs, periodicals, and chapters from books and conference proceedings.
Tip of the Month
Each month I will be posting a tip about how to get the most out of using the University of Georgia Library resources. Sometimes the tip will be something simple, such as announcing a change in the library, or it could be something more complex. Keep watching here to see what comes up!
Tip for January 2021:
- Time to schedule library instruction sessions for Spring!
Is there something you want me to explain? Send me suggestions for tips!
Tips from the Last Year
- October-December 2020 - Book you need checked out? Look to see if another USG campus has a copy. No? Ask through Interlibrary Loan.
- August-September 2020 - Ordering has resumed. Send me suggestions!
- Mid-March through July 2020 - Libraries closed due to COVID-19.
- March 2020 - Need to know more about theses and dissertations at UGA? Go here.
- February 2020 - Graduate students (and faculty) can get study carrels. Application form at this site.
- January 2020 - Faculty can have articles that are only in printed journals, scanned and sent to you. See the "Services for Faculty" section of the Main library website.
- December 2019 - Good time to set up a library session for your courses.