The Browse search allows you to browse library material (local material only) in order to find information of relevance quickly. You can browse material by author, title, and subject. In the results, you can click an underlined entry to see its associated records. It is also possible to browse by call number, which returns a list of associated records in brief format. Clicking a title displays its full record.
Course Reserves are items placed on limited access checkout to ensure that students and faculty will have timely access to course-related materials and library resources. They can be either electronic or physical items. Physical items are available at the library Circulation Desk, and circulation periods for print reserves are determined by the course instructor. Information about what items an instructor has place on reserve is available through GIL, the Library's catalog under Course Reserves. Additional information is available HERE.
Learn the basics of how to use Gil-Find to search the catalog of all Middle Georgia State University Libraries. It is quick and convenient!
Click "Find Books" from the Library's home page.
Type your search terms into the box that has "GIL-Find" and use either "Middle Georgia State University" or "University System of Georgia" as your starting point.
This tutorial provides you with the steps needed to access your GIL-Find account. Once signed in, you can get the current semester's GALILEO password, renew books online, request books from other MGA campuses and other University System of Georgia Libraries, and check any requests that you have made.
It is easy to request a book from another MGA campus library. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial in order to request a book from another campus and have it delivered to the MGA campus library of your choice.
After searching the University System of Georgia in GIL-Find, you may locate a book that you would like to request and have it sent to one of MGA's campuses. This tutorial provides you with the necessary steps to do this. Having access to other libraries' books is a great benefit and extremely helpful in research.