Use GIL, GSU's library catalog or GILFind to find books in our library. The catalog also lists other materials in the library - including microfilm, dissertations, movies, music and special collections.
A keyword search is a good place to start if you are looking for information on a topic. If you have more specific information, you can also search by title, subject or author.
An eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book. You can use an ebook as a book source in your papers and other scholarly work. Ebooks are often read on a computer, smart phone, or dedicated ebook reader like the Nook or Sony Reader. They are fabulously handy in that you can store many ebooks in a convenient, light-weight package. Additionally, you often have nifty digital features at your fingertips that are not available in traditional print books.
Our library catalog includes records for both print and electronic books.
Check out our eBooks research guide if you're not sure how to work with an eBook.
If GSU's library doesn't have what you need, you have, don't give up. There are several options to get the book you want:
GIL Universal Catalog - includes all Georgia public colleges and universities. To see information about participating USG schools, click here. Request books through GIL Express, or use your Panther Card to check out books at USG schools.
Emory - you can also borrow materials at Emory with your Panther Card.
Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library Catalog - GSU students & faculty may obtain library cards from the Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library, then borrow materials.
If you can't find a book at GSU or another local library, try our Interlibrary Loan service. Here's how.