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The Georgia State University community can now access and search the full-text of the Atlanta Constitution online from 1868-1984! Previously, online full-text content for the Atlanta Constitution was only available from 1868-1946. The University Library provides access to the historic … Continue reading
The Georgia State University community has access to 42 primary resource collections on Archives Unbound. The collections available focus primarily on 20th century issues and events especially related to African-American studies, civil rights, social justice and political history but also … Continue reading
Georgia State University Library has purchased new archival journal content in JSTOR with funds from the library’s NEH endowment. Now the GSU community has access to an additional 558 full-text archival journals in JSTOR. The journals cover a wide variety … Continue reading
The University Library has purchased an online subscription to the Chronicle of Higher Education for the GSU community. This subscription was made possible using funds from the Library General Endowment. The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source … Continue reading
In order to better serve GSU Library patrons, the Juvenile Collection has been relocated from Library North 1 to Library North 3. Its new location is close to the third floor link and the library’s periodical collection.
Need help with translating English to Chinese? Are you curious about Russian pronunciation? Georgia State University Library acquired access to the Oxford Language Dictionaries Online thanks to ongoing income from a 1988 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Challenge Grant. … Continue reading
Dear Members of the Georgia State University Community: In light of current budget uncertainties and in anticipation of no new funds added to the library materials budget for fiscal year 2011, the library is initiating a journal cancellation project. Based … Continue reading