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• Contact your Subject Librarian
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|Books, Videos, etc.
|Use the Journals option on the Library homepage multi-search tool to search a journal title, then click "View It" or "Get It" to see availability, format, and date coverage.
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|Use this handy guide to find data collections relevant to your research. Ask a member of the Research Data Services (RDS) Department or your Subject Librarian for other potential sources of quantitative and qualitative data.
The Library’s Special Collections & Archives (SCA) contain primary source collections relating to Southern Labor; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Music and Radio Broadcasting; Pulp Literature and Zines; and Social Change.
SCA also houses extensive collections of photographs, rare books, and the University Archives and offers several primary source Digital Collections. We also have a broad range of primary-source databases and historical materials in our general collections; this link will give you starting points for learning about those. Also check with your Subject Librarian to find the most relevant collections.
Use this service to request a digital copy of an article or book chapter that IS held in the Library's print collection.
Use this service to request any book located at another school in the University System of GA.
Use this service to request any book not held in the USG and articles not available at Georgia State.