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Tag Archives: GALILEO / GIL
From GALILEO, an announcement about a re-design of the Georgia Government Publications site. This is also a good reminder about the resource, which has documents up through October 2009. The Digital Library of Georgia is pleased to present the redesign … Continue reading
“ The annual GALILEO user survey offers you the chance to sound off on your experience using GALILEO and the chance to win an iPod Nano. The link to the survey will appear on the GALILEO website Monday, November 9-Sunday, … Continue reading
The Georgia State University Library is participating in pilot testing of GIL-Find. What is GIL-Find? It is an alternative interface for the classic GIL catalog that has many new features such as Facets (to narrow searches), Similar items, and Tagging. … Continue reading
The upgrade will begin around 6 p.m. and should be complete prior to the beginning of the following business day (Sat. Dec. 20th). During the upgrade the system will not be available. Users needing to check library holdings should try … Continue reading
The following databases from Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, which were recently canceled by GALILEO due to budget constraints, have been removed from the Library’s list of electronic resources: -AIDS and Cancer Research Abstracts -Algology, Mycology & Protozoology Abstracts (Microbiology C) -Animal … Continue reading