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**Sociology: Subject Guide to Graduate Research: Welcome to
GSU Libraries!

Welcome to the GSU Libraries!

New to the GSU Libraries?

Check out this page for information on logging into various library-related accounts (GALILEO passwords, GIL library catalog accounts) and for accessing resources from off-campus.

Check out this page to get the basic logistics of

  1. Physically getting into the library at the Atlanta/Downtown campus,
  2. Virtually accessing library resources,
  3. Where in the library and from whom you can seek research assistance, and
  4. Student employment opportunities.

* Be sure to check out the "Information for You" portals linked from the GSU Libraries homepage for more information particularly helpful to you.

Almost graduated? CONGRATS!

Supporting your Research

Mandy, your Sociology Librarian, can point you toward...

  • Print and electronic resources in your field for exploring the secondary research in your areas of interest.
  • Resources that will streamline your research process, such as:
  • Features that allow: (1) saving successful search strategies in databases to repeat in future research sessions; and (2) setting up citation alerts to be notified when an article has been newly cited or recently published that matches your search criteria.
  • Citation managers (such as Zotero) available for saving and organizing references and their associated electronic formats, streamlining in-text citations, and for generating bibliographies.
  • Interlibrary loan services, allowing requests of materials from other local libraries, USG campuses, and libraries around the U.S.

* Be sure to check out the "Information for You" portal on the library's homepage Graduate Students for more information particularly helpful to you.

Subject Librarian

Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh