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Search over ninety GALILEO databases plus the GIL@UGA Libraries Catalog to find full-text articles, books and more.

 

Books

Search for books in UGA's libraries using the GIL-Find catalog.

You can search GIL-Find by doing a "Books" search on the homepage, or by going to Find > Search Tools > GIL-Find Catalog.

 

You can also use GIL-Find to search for and request books in all University System of Georgia Libraries. (Instructions)

GALILEO Login

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."

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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:

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There is a large collection of air photos available from MAGIL.  Some are availble online, others in print.

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About the Libraries

Main Library

The UGA Libraries include the Main Library on North Campus, the Science Library on South Campus, the Miller Learning Center in central campus, and the Russell Special Collections Building near North Campus as well as smaller libraries in the College of Education, School of Music, and College of Veterinary Medicine.

See the UGA Libraries website for hours.

If you're looking for quiet study space: The upper floors of both the Main Library and the Science Library are good spots for quiet study, particularly the 3rd floor Reading Room in Main and the 4th floor silent Think Tank in Science. The top floor of the Miller Learning Center is set aside for quiet study.

If you're looking for group study space: Half of the Main Library's 4th floor is dedicated to group study, with whiteboard on most of the walls and moveable tables and chairs. The Miller Learning Center has 90 group study rooms that are available first-come, first-served.