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The library staff are ready and eager to help you find the information you need. Good information literacy skills are crucial to academic success and we will teach you how to find information, how to analyze it,and how to apply that information.
• We are staffing our virtual reference service and can assist you with questions and assignments. You can email a librarian here at email@example.com. Below you can Chat with a Librarian using the chat box.
• Our electronic offerings are still available. Log in to GALILEO to access articles, ebooks, newspapers and much more! We will not circulate print material at this time. We can interlibrary loan articlesand deliver them electronically.
• If you are teaching a course and would like a librarian to embed or teach an information literacy session, we welcome you to reach out. If you have already scheduled an information literacy session, contact your assigned librarian. We will work with you on the delivery of the instruction.
What is Front Door Service?
There will be some days or times when we only offer front-door service. On those days/times, the building will be closed to limit the exposure of staff that might be at higher risk. Individuals may request books or other items by calling (706-272-4583), texting (706-225-8927) or using the online catalog. Staff members will retrieve the items and bring them to the front desk during the hours the library is open or to the front door. During front door service hours call (706-272-4583) or text (706-225-8927) to alert the library staff that you have arrived.