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ENGL 1102 Online: Start
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Research literary and non-literary topics using electronic and print sources. Also offers citation guidelines.

Consolidation update

GPC Libraries is now part of the GSU Library family. However, it will take a while to complete the transition to have one set of materials and policies.  Here are a few of the changes you should know:

  • "Research Databases" is the term! GALILEO is one collection of databases, but we have many more databases, too, so we are no longer using "GALILEO" as a generic term for all our databases. (Justf like not all tissues are Kleenex.)
  • There is one GSU Library catalog and you can request intercampus loans from the Atlanta and Perimeter campus libraries.
  • Tutorials aren't all converted to GSU terminology yet, so please be patient and convert "GPC Libraries" to "GSU Library" in your head.  

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Library Services for GPC Online

This video gives an overview of library services for GPC Online students and faculty.

For an additional quick guide to library services for GPC Online, you may wish to see  Distance Learning: General Research Guide.

Updates to this video: Some changes to the website, but links and functions are the same. 
Ask a Librarian text phone # is now 404-419-7368

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