What is GALILEO?
GALILEO (Georgia Library Learning Online) is an initiative of the University System of Georgia, initially funded by Governor Zell Miller and the General Assembly in 1995.
- over 130 indexes to journal, magazine, and newspaper articles;
- is web-based and accessible on and off-campus ( login required);
- contains some online full-text articles, books, and media;
- includes reference databases such as dictionaries, directories, and encyclopedias;
- includes categorized lists of World Wide Web resources;
- allows you to send reference questions to your local librarians using the "Ask a Librarian" button.
For more detailed information, please see the About GALILEO information pages.
GALILEO is available for public use in the Library. It is also available in all on-campus computer labs and from all faculty offices. Just point your browser to http://galileo.usg.edu.
Note: Several databases provide full-text articles. Some full text articles require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader to display properly. Shared/download Buttons/get Adobe Reader
- How to Cite Internet Resources (from GALILEO)
- Computer Configuration Instructions for GALILEO Users
- Get help using GALILEO
Music in GALILEO:
While there are no music-specific databases in the basic GALILEO collection, there are several general resources music researchers will find very helpful, for example:
- Discover (Search GALIEO) box
- WorldCat [GALILEO Express Link Logo] - an international bibliographic database of library holdings (all formats)
- eBooks on EBSCO [GALILEO Express Link Logo] - fulltext electronic access to thousands of books (academic & trade)
- Periodical indices (some full text articles available) for related fields (e.g., education, psychology, medicine)
- ProQuest Dissertations and Theses [GALILEO Express Link Logo]