UGA has subscriptions to many domestic and international newspapers, some which require a subscription.
To read the headlines from the top daily newspapers, I recommend using Factiva's News Pages. It provides access to articles from the top newspapers and financial papers in the US in a convenient list format (Wall Street Journal, NYT, Washington Post, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Baron's, Forbes, USA Today, AJC, Tampa Bay Times).
Note: these databases are not indexed in the Multisearch!
Europa World: Contains detailed information about countries and international organizations worldwide.
Covers political and economic information in over 250 countries and territories, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.
IMF eLibrary: Contains documents published by the International Monetary Fund on all countries.
OECD iLibrary (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) : Contains extensive statistical data which can be downloaded into spreadsheets. The database is especially rich in annual economic surveys of member countries, industry reports, and statistical reports.
UN iLibrary: Searchable database of UN reports organized by country and theme.
ProQuest Statistical Insight : Coverage ranges across many topics including income, production, retail and wholesale trade, interest rates, economic indicators, demographics, energy, environmental protection, agriculture and fisheries, crime, medicine, and education.
UN Statistical Yearbook : Easy to navigate Yearbook of country statistics.
For more specific statistics (like education, finance), you can search the UNdata website. It includes links to the online statistical abstracts of most nations.
You can borrow book from all 32 University System of Georgia institutions through a service called GIL Express.
First, search the GIL Catalog and find the book you want. Make sure you choose University System of Georgia from the dropdown menu. Click on the link to the catalog record of the book.
Second, if another university has the book, and it is not checked out, click on My Account at the top of the page to log in with your MyID and password.
After you log in, you will be able to click on the Request link. The book should arrive at the Library within four business days.
If the book you need is not owned by UGA or another USG institution, you can then place an ILLiad request, and we will borrow it from outside of the public university system. This takes longer, so be prepared to wait from two weeks to a month to get a book.
ILL will also get articles for you if we do not possess a print or electronic copy. They normally can email you a pdf within one business day.
Getting the full text of articles in GALILEO:
If the results has a link that says '.pdf full text' or '.html full text' under it:
If it does NOT have those links:
All GALILEO databases have the FindIt@UGA button to help you access the full text articles in the UGA Libraries.
The Multi-Search is a resource which allows you to search 130 of our databases and our Libraries print catalog at the same time.
ProQuest Central is a resource which allows you to search 30 databases which are not indexed in the Multi-Search.
This means you can search broadly for your topic amongst databases which contain newspapers, magazines, and scholarly articles and books.
Things to remember:
1) The Multi Search doesn't search everything the Libraries has access to electronically. We have over 500 databases and this resource searches only a quarter of them. There are several excellent databases that aren't in the Multi Search!
ProQuest Central allows you to search a portion of the databases NOT in the Multi-Search (30 in total). If you aren't finding what you want in the Multi-Search, try ProQuest Central.
2) Beware of the fire hydrant effect! If you've ever done a broad search in Google you've experienced this. Hundreds of thousands of results, only a few actually what you need. If you're getting too many articles and books in your results, try going to a specific database listed below.
Try these first:
Indexes and summarizes articles related to peace research. Try this one first!
Citations, abstracts, and indexing of the international serials literature in political science and its complementary fields.
This database includes hundreds of full text journals and periodicals, hundreds of thousands of selected articles, news feeds, reports, summaries, books, FAQs, and proprietary Background Information Summaries that pertain to terrorism and security.
Military and government articles. Include's full text of Jane's.
Full-text primary documents concerning U.S. foreign and military policy since 1945.
Provides access to important U.S. policy documents, presidential directives, and national strategy documents as well as specialized sources such as theses and reports from universities, organizations, and local and state agencies.
GILFind, the Libraries catalog, contains information about the over 5 million items available to researchers.
To find information about your topic, do a search for the country you are interested in. Add addition terms like "sources" or "interviews" to find primary accounts.
The subjects that have to do with your topic can also be helpful. Simply search for your country and one of these subjects to find books specific to your topic.
Also remember that countries change names over the years, and what it may be named now may be completely different from the past.
For example, in our catalog East Timor is referred to as Timor-Leste
Genocide > Timor-Leste.
Political violence > Timor-Leste.
Genocide intervention > Timor-Leste.
Humanitarian intervention > Timor-Leste.
Timor-Leste > Politics and government > 20th century.
Timor-Leste > History > Autonomy and independence movements.
Timor-Leste > Relations > Indonesia.
Indonesia > Relations > Timor-Leste.
You can also Request books from a Library that can be delivered to other Libraries on campus.
First, Sign in to your Library Account using your MyID and password. After you click on the link for the book, under "Get It," you should see a link: "Request."
Choose which library you want the book delivered to and it will be held for you. (You also can do this with books from other USG libraries and have them delivered to UGA).