Even when you are away from campus, there are many ways to get library help:
-Chat online with a reference librarian
-Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email the general reference help at email@example.com.
-Call the reference desk at 706-542-3251
-The Main Library has small study rooms on the first floor that fit 1-2 people with one that fits up to 4; individual study carrels on floors 3-5; and many open study tables on all floors.
-The Science Library individual study carrels on floors 3-4; the silent Think Tank space on the 4th floor, and open study tables and couches on all floors.
-The MLC has over 90 small group study rooms along with open tables for studying on floors 3-4.
Multi-Search is the largest library search engine for finding articles and books. It includes the library catalog plus more than 100 GALILEO databases. After doing your search, filtering to "Academic Journals," "Books" or "Ebooks" can be useful for locating literary criticism.
Ethnic Newswatch contains full-text news articles from the U.S. ethnic, minority, and native presses; it is good for author interviews and book reviews.
GIL Find catalog indexes both print and electronic books, films, and some rare books and manuscripts. Once logged into GIL Find, you may request books be held for you at the front desk at the library of your choice. You can also request books from other University System Libraries through GIL Express.
Online reference sources can help you find basic information about writers as well as provide historical and cultural context for the works you are reading.