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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: (email@example.com)
- Use your EMAIL PASSWORD.
Find Library Books (Advanced)
Online Catalog (GIL-Find)
Check the online catalog for books and more at Middle Georgia State.
GIL-Find for GIL Express (Universal Catalog)
Select "University System of Georgia" as a search option to locate books at other USG college libraries. After you find a book, order it by clicking "Request." (Make sure you are logged in to GIL-Find!)
Check in GIL-Find for items (print or electronic) that your professor has put on reserve.
Ask for books and other print materials at the desk in the Library.
Log in to online reserves with the password your professor provides you.
Search for books at libraries across the country. Use ILL Form to order books.
InterLibrary Loan Subject Guide
Guide to Interlibrary loan requesting, including links to forms to request both books and articles.
Reference - Print and Online
A giant online collection that searches hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations and subject specific titles as well as 200,000+ images and audio files and nearly 100 videos.
Oxford English Dictionary (OED) Online
"The Oxford English Dictionary is the accepted authority on the evolution of the English language over the last millennium." The OED gives definitions, etymological analysis, and quotations to demonstrate the use of words in the English language over time.
Subjects: Advanced Research
, Argument Papers & Persuasive Writing
, Journalism and Mass Communication
, Primary Sources
, Public Speaking
Contact a Campus:
478-471-2709 for the Macon campus library | 478-934-3179 for the Roberts Memorial Library at the Cochran campus | 478-275-6772 for the Dublin campus library
478-374-6833 for the Eastman campus library | 478-929-6804 for the Warner Robins campus library | On the Go? Text-A-Librarian: 478-285-4898
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