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Project ENGAGES - Engineering: Books (Print and Electronic)

Georgia Tech Library guide for ENGAGES (Engineering) session held at 9:00 AM on June 6, 2016


"Get It" for print books. "View" for electronc books. Core Collection. Photocopies of articles

  • "Get It" ("Request") in the Library Catalog record to request that print books be retrieved (after "Sign-in").

  • Library Catalog's "View It" or "View Online" to access electronic publications.

  • Library Catalog records can contain holdings information for both electronic and print formats; see both Get-It and View.

  • Checked-out books can be recalled by asking the associates at the Library Service Desk (1st floor west counter, 404-894-4530) to "Recall" the checked out book. Checked-out books are subject to Recall after 21 days.

  • "Core Collection" of print books are available on the 4th floor west of the main, on-campus library. The Core Collection contains books recommended by Georgia Tech faculty (up to 1000 print books per school). Since the books are in Call Number order, they can be browsed by subject.

  • For photocopies of individual articles in journals and conference proceedings, fill out an ILLiad request form (a separate  form for each article)

  • For book check-out assistance, contact associates at the 1st floor west Library Services Desk (404-894-4530), located nearby the rotunda (long counter).

  • For quick and in-depth assistance searching the Library Catalog and Library databases, contact Bette Finn.   

  • Journals may have separate records for print and electronic holdings."Detail" link will provide title change information for journals (separate Library Catalog records for each title change). 

  • About the Library Service Center. The Georgia Tech Library and Emory University Libraries have built and will operate a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled service facility known as the Library Service Center (LSC). About 95 percent of Georgia Tech’s physical collection is moving to the building beginning in Spring 2016.