Category Archives: Resources

University Library Needs YOUR Input!

The University Library needs your input! We currently subscribe to the Web of Science citation database. Our license agreement is expiring, and we are considering whether to continue with Web of Science or switch to the Scopus citation database. We can only subscribe to one or … Continue reading

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Over 60 New Primary Sources Now Available Through Adam Matthew Digital Partnership

Researchers now have access to even more engaging and extremely varied digital primary source materials! Georgia State University Library is happy to announce that it is now providing access to over sixty Adam Matthew Digital databases, made possible through GSU … Continue reading

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Biltmore Radio & University Library Reach Agreement to Stream the Archive of Don Kennedy’s ‘Big Band Jump’ Program

Station president Don Kennedy reading a morning broadcast for the Georgia Network

Streaming radio station Biltmore Radio has reached an agreement with the Georgia State University Library’s Special Collections and Archives which will allow the station to broadcast the archive of Atlanta broadcast icon Don Kennedy’s Big Band music program, ‘Big Band … Continue reading

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Curating Women in Sports Exhibit

Samantha Harvel has been working in Special Collections for five years – first as an Honors College student and then as a Graduate Research Assistant. Throughout those years, Sam has done amazing work, arranging and describing collections, and creating our … Continue reading

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Special Collections’ GRA Working on Podcast History of AIDS in Atlanta

Deniseya Hall has become an indispensable part of the Special Collections & Archives team over the last year. She has worked diligently on a variety of outreach projects, but has focused most of her time on pulling together research and … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tips: Need something to read?

Try an ebook from the GSU Library. You can always search the library catalog by ebook title if you’ve have something in mind already. However, browsing is easier through an ebook database. Find out more in this video tutorial or … Continue reading

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New Resource: Roper iPoll

The GSU Library is pleased to announce that we now have access to Roper iPoll! The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, founded in 1947 and containing public opinion survey data from 1935 and after, is operated out of Cornell … Continue reading

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