The GSU Library has a search box called Discover on the homepage. Should you use it or search one of the library's databases (A-Z databases)? If you try it, here are some tips:
Use the "Catalog" tab at library.gsu. edu to find books in our library using GIL-Find. The catalog also lists other materials in the library - including microfilm, dissertations, movies, music and special collections.
A Keyword search in GIL-Find 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 using the Advanced Search options.
** If you are looking for a specific book or journal for which you have the title/author, you might want to search in our GIL Classic catalog. **
** If GSU does not have the item you are looking for, try searching the GIL-Find Universal Catalog and requesting the item from another USG library via GIL Express. **
Use this online site to answer questions about MLA (Modern Language Association) and APA (American Psychological Association) styles for citations.