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Film: Books

Logging in to GIL-Find / My Library Account

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.

General Reference Books - Online

REMEMBER: 

If you access any of these online resources off-campus, you will be prompted for your Galileo credentials.
1. If you are prompted for a username and password, use "firstname.lastname" and your mga.edu email password.
2. If you are only prompted for a password, simply use this semester's Galileo password, which can be found in Desire2Learn.

Find Library Books

In the Library:

  • Browse the "PN1900" section in your campus library.
  • Also see below for a list of related books from our collection.

Reference Books

This is just a sampling of film-related books in our collection. Feel free to use GIL-find to expand your search for film-related books.

Film-related Reference books-online

This is just a TINY sampling of ebooks that you have access to as a MGA student. Feel free to search on your own and never be afraid to ask a Librarian for some help!

Use an Advanced Search in GIL-Find to find film-related books. Start with search terms like "Film," "Motion Picture," and "History & Criticism": You may also want to add the film genre, e.g. "Film Noir," or the director, "Quentin Tarantino," or an actor from the film, eg. "Marlon Brando."


Feel free to modify this search or do your own.

Librarian

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Kristen Bailey
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Contact:
Macon Library, Office 138
478.471.2867
Subjects: History

Dr. Brennan's HUMN 1002 (US History background)