The famed Chicago Manual of Style recently published their 17th edition. UGA students, faculty, and staff can find it in the Chicago Manual of Style Online or under the Databases A-Z menu on the Libraries' homepage.
Everything should be working again. Please contact us if you need assistance.
Our "Research by Subject", "Course Guides" and "Databases A-Z" lists are currently down. The company that hosts them is working to bring the service back up. In the meantime, you can access lists of databases by subject or title at http://www.galileo.usg.edu
We apologize for the inconvenience.
The UGA Libraries, along with all other USG libraries, will be getting a new online catalog system on May 26. The new GIL-Find will combine the best features of both the current GIL-Find and GIL Classic. The new system is from Ex Libris, a global leader in library automation with a long history of working with the UGA and USG libraries.
Service interruptions are expected to be minimal, but users should be aware of these dates: