A newly launched website for the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies improves searchability for researchers and invites visitors to explore the Library’s collections, exhibits and events.
Three map and plat collections featuring historical maps, plats, deeds, records, and correspondence pertaining to South Georgia land holdings dating from 1767 to 1899 are now available in the Digital Library of Georgia.
These resources belong to Valdosta State University Archives. They have been made available online thanks in part to the DLG's Competitive Digitization grant program, a funding opportunity intended to broaden DLG partner participation for statewide historic digitization projects.
The three digital collections are:
The University of Georgia will conduct campus-wide network maintenance on Saturday, January 25 from 6:00 a.m. - midnight. As a result, there will be intermittent outages of campus Internet access and information systems. Since the exact timing of outages on Saturday will be unpredictable, please assume that online resources will be unavailable.
For the Libraries, this means that you will not be able to log into our computers or use the wireless. Our systems (e.g., websites, databases, e-journals) will be inaccessible from campus.
You will still be able to check out books.
GIL and GALILEO will only be accessible if you are using a *non-UGA internet service provider* at the following URLs:
Lonnie King, an Arlington, Georgia, native and co-founder of the Atlanta Student Movement died early this morning (Tuesday, March 5, 2019). He was 82 years old.
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 now has a new website!
Our goals for this redesign were to reduce clutter, put the things that people use most front and center, and make the site easier to navigate and more visually appealing. If you can't find something that used to be on the homepage, check out the menu at the top of the page, or ask us.
Please check out the site and share your feedback with us.
UGA Libraries Web Editor