The Daniel J. Kaufman Library & Learning Center offers tons of options for your research and study needs. We’re more than books and a quiet place to study. 

Collaborate with peers in one of the many study rooms, or polish group presentations in a conference room outfitted with the latest technology. Overwhelmed by all of the available resources to support your research? Visit the Reference Desk on the second floor for a face-to-face with a reference librarian.

Learn more about available computers across campus, printing/scanning and even guest privileges. Search our collection below or explore some of our most popular resources

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GALILEO is an online library portal to authoritative, subscription-only information. Search GALILEO databases and journals by subject or title.

GIL-Find Catalog

Now with a new combined interface, search for books, DVDs and other materials among the GGC collection as well as materials available within the University System of Georgia. Eligible USG material may be requested and transited for pickup at GGC.
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Databases by Subject

Looking for databases relevant to your course of study? Browse GGC-subscribed databases arranged by subject.
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Databases by Title

Looking for a specific database? Browse GGC-subscribed databases arranged by title.
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Electronic Journals

Need access to a specific scholarly journal? Browse this title-arranged list of electronic journals that we subscribe to.
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Subject and Course Guides

Don't know where to start? Browse our helpful subject guides, created by our librarians, either for your class or course of study.
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Course Reserves

Use the Course Reserves tab in GIL-Find to search for materials placed on reserve by professors for student use.
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Lending: Technology, Anatomy Models and more

Select from a variety of resources, like laptops and anatomy models to complement your study.
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