Answered By: Reference Department
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2016     Views: 27

There are two main ways to find articles for a class paper:  1.)  If you know exactly which scholarly journal in which the article was published, you may use the GALILEO search engine to see if Reese Library has an online subscription to that journal.  If we do, then you may locate that journal in GALILEO and look up the article within that journal.  If we do not have an online subscription to that journal, we may have it in the print format, and if you have the Volume and Issue number, you may locate the printed article.  You can use one of the library's copiers to copy the article.  If we do not have the journal, you may search within the GIL Universal Catalog to see if another University System of Georgia library has it.  It may then be ordered using the library's Interlibrary Loan system.  2.)  If you are not looking for a specific journal article, but just an article on a particular topic, your may use the GALILEO search system to locate articles on your topic.  The following link with allow you to view a tutorial on how to search for articles in the GALILEO.  For further help, please call our Information Desk at: (706) 737-1748.

Marshall Abuwi

Reference Assistant

Reese Library

GRU Augusta, Summerville Campus