Author Archives: Tammy S. Sugarman

New Library Catalog Coming Soon

The Georgia State University Library is implementing a new interface to our catalog.  On May 26th, gilfind.gsu.edu and gil.gsu.edu will be redirected to our new catalog interface. When the new catalog interface is available, you will be able to utilize … Continue reading

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Georgia State University’s Open Access Scholarship Has Global Reach

Ever wondered who is reading the scholarly journal articles or the thesis or dissertation you wrote?  GSU authors who deposit their scholarship into Georgia State’s open access repository, ScholarWorks, can easily find out!   Every GSU author in ScholarWorks has an … Continue reading

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GSU and Perimeter College GIL and GIL-Find Consolidation

Beginning May 12, the GSU GIL Classic catalog (https://gil.gsu.edu/) will be unavailable while GSU and Perimeter College’s catalog systems are being consolidated. GSU GIL-Find (http://gilfind.gsu.edu/) and GSU Discover will both be available and searchable, but real-time availability information from the … Continue reading

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Please Support the GSU Library!

Georgia State University’s Giving Day 2014 is a 24-hour online fundraising campaign that encourages university alumni, students, employees and friends from around the world to give back and support their favorite areas. Please support the University Library on Giving Day, … Continue reading

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Journal Citation Reports – 2012 Data Now Available

The current (2013) edition of Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is now available.  When selecting the edition from within JCR, you should select “2012 Edition” to view the most recent data released. JCR is a journal evaluation tool.  It can be used … Continue reading

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Open Access for the Humanities

Open Access

The open access movement is often associated with scholarship in science disciplines in light of policies such as the NIH Public Access Policy which mandate the deposit of publications that result from grant funded research, the existence of established open … Continue reading

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2011 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Now Available

2011 data is now available in JCR and includes more than 10,500 of the world’s most highly cited, peer reviewed journals in 232 disciplines.  Journal Citation Reports can show you the most frequently cited journals and highest impact journals in … Continue reading

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The Fate of HR 3699 – Can we make a difference?

In a recent Inside Higher Ed essay, eleven provosts of prominent research institutions who are members of the CIC (Committee on Institutional Cooperation) wrote in a collective essay, “our scholars seek to share information broadly as the most effective way … Continue reading

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University Library Journal Cancellations FY 2011

The list of cancelled journal titles is now available online at http://webapps.library.gsu.edu/journalcancellation/list.php .  Journal cancellations will take effect January 1, 2011.  Alternative access to a journal title may be available through one of the library’s databases. Please search the E-Journal … Continue reading

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ARTstor Travel Awards 2010

Metropolitan Museum of Art - Images for Academic Publishing

As a subscriber to ARTstor, Georgia State graduate students and faculty are eligible to apply for one of five ARTstor Travel Awards.  Each research travel award is $1,500 and must be used by September 1, 2011.  The intent of the … Continue reading

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