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Air Traffic Control

Research resources for Air Traffic Control

How to Log in to GIL Find / My Library Account

 

 

Use these instructions to help navigate the search functions within our library catalog called GIL Find.

Logging in to MGA's GIL-Find Catalog allows you to do a number of things:

  • Create GIL Express requests to have books sent to you from other USG college libraries.
  • Click on "Access My Library Account" to do the following:
    • Check the status of requests.
    • Renew books.
    • Check on possible fines.
    • Get the GALILEO password.

How do you log in?

  • Current MGA students, faculty, and staff will use their MGA email login info.
  • You will use your ENTIRE EMAIL ADDRESS as your username: (firstname.lastname@mga.edu)
  • Use your EMAIL PASSWORD.
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Nolan, Michael S. (2011). Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control 5th ed. Clifton Park, N.Y. : Delmar Cengage Learning.

Call Number: TL725.3 .T7 N65 2004

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Brenlove, Milovan S. (2003). The air traffic system: A commonsense guide 2nd ed. Ames, Iowa : Iowa State Press.

Call Number: TL725.3 .T7 B665 2003

Both of these above are located at the Eastman Campus library. Below are located Electronically and at other campuses.