When you search GIL-Find, GSU Library's Online catalog, get this information to find the book:
These web pages provide more information
Still can't find your book?
Search the GSU Library GIL-Find Catalog
Note: Using this feature will take you away from this subject guide.
Putting it all together:
You can combine the above tips to create more complex searches. For example, suppose you are looking for books on the policies, laws, or politics toward refugees or migrants in Europe. One way to construct your search using the Advanced Search option using the above tips would be the following:
Note: If you are using Basic Search, you would type this search in the following way:
(refugee* OR migra* OR immigra*) AND (policy OR laws OR politic*) AND (europe OR european)
Use the options listed below to find books not in the GSU library:
1. The GIL Universal Catalog, allows you to search and request books from any University System of Georgia library. To use, choose "University System of Georgia" from the dropdown menu to the left of the "Search" button. After you find the book you need, click the "Log in to enable GIL Express Requests" link to have the book transferred to the GSU Library. Requests take anywhere from 4-7 days to arrive at the GSU library.
2. You can also check out books in person from any University System of Georgia library or Emory University's libraries using your PantherCard. Call the library before you go for information on their borrowing policies.
3. If you still are not finding enough information, use the WorldCat database, which allows you to search the collections of libraries throughout the world. Books located in WorldCat can be ordered via the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) ILLiad system. To do so, first locate the book you would like to request in the WorldCat database. Then, log into ILLiad with your library ID number (on the back of your PantherCard) to place a request. ILL requests may take two weeks or more to arrive at the GSU Library, so plan ahead.
Still stuck? Ask a librarian for help.