Use Multi-Search or Google Scholar to Search for Articles on a topic
Our Multi-Search service, available on our home page, searches about 130 GALILEO databases for articles, books and other resources.
Alternatively, use Google Scholar from our home page to find articles and link to full text if we have it.
Use a Subject-Specific Database to Search for Articles on a Topic
To access recommended databases for your subject area, go directly to GALILEO@UGA, or click on the "Research by Subject" button on the Libraries' home page.
For a list of databases selected for your specific class, go to GALILEO@UGA, or click on the "Resources by Course" button on the Libraries' home page.
Already Have the Article Information (Citation or Reference)?
A citation is the information about an article, such as the article title, which journal it was published in, and when, that enables you to get hold of the article itself. [See: Deciphering a Citation]
- If you already have the citation for the article, you can go directly to the Journal Locator, or use the "Journals by Title" search on our home page, to see if we have it online.
- Type in the information you have from the citation, and click the button.
- It will tell you if we have access to the article online.
- It will also give you a link that will do a search of the GIL Catalog to tell you if the Libraries own a paper copy of the journal.