How to find an article in the GSU library?

How to find an article in the GSU library?

To find the complete article, use the Find it @GSU button or search the library catalog for the journal title (not the article title). If we don’t have the article you need, you can request it via our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service.

Is the Georgia State Library open to the public?

Georgia State University Library locations are open to Georgia State students, faculty, and staff. However, while we are proud to provide services to the Greater Atlanta community, during this public health crisis, we cannot provide study space and internet access to the general public.

Is the Russell Library at Georgia University free?

We are proud to be the heart of our campus, serving the campus community of Georgia’s designated public liberal arts university. Russell Library offers free access to thousands of books, articles, databases, and other scholarly resources.

How to request an item from another USG library?

To request an item from another USG library, sign into your library account and select an available copy. WorldCat searches libraries worldwide. You can request any book not available locally through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Need more help?

How to register for a Georgia State University course?

Continue through these pages for tutorials on how to register for a course, how to drop a course, how to view your schedule and troubleshoot error messages you might be seeing. For additional help with the registration process, contact the Enrollment Services Center.

How can I help the Georgia State Library?

Librarians are here to help you in person or online. Enhance your research with our online primary sources! Full details for each library location are available on our Visit the Library page. We welcome your feedback. Fill out our Suggest for Purchase form to suggest a purchase for our collections.