Even though the Library is temporarily closed, many of our resources are available electronically.
And, some vendors of databases are making more content available - see our Guide, COVID-19 Research & Online Teaching Resources
For statistics and health info., see the Government Information guide, Health Info. page
For impact on business, see also the Hot Topics page on this guide.
Please contact me for any (virtual) reference/research assistance, or for support for a business course --
by email at: email@example.com -- or by phone at: 404-894-1389
UPDATE: March 2020 -- Library building is temporarily closed. We are here, virtually, to assist you - please ask us!
Faculty and other researchers - please see the Library's online guide for COVID-19 Research & Online Teaching Resources for publisher & vendor resources (many are expanded).
Search in our library catalog - a new interface - to identify books, technical reports, reference sources.
Browse this Guide (and related ones) for sources of online information. Click on the tabs.
Search in several of the library's business "Databases" (tab above). In databases with journal/periodical articles, consider using an Advanced Search to combine concepts/key words. Within these Guides, click on the "i" icon for more database info.
For brief queries, call (404-894-4500) or enter your query on the Library Help page. Staff can give you some basic starting points.
For in-depth queries, or to request a research consultation appointment with me (typically scheduled 2-3 days in advance), please call 404-894-1389, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Please give me a bit of background - is it for a group project, term paper, etc. ; what library sources you have searched in ; course name/number/Prof. ; details on what you are trying to find, etc.
All GT students and staff wanting company information - appointments are also available.
Alumni and Visitors - most (but not all) of our subscription databases are available on-site (in the library). See the Library's eResource Policies page. Also, contact your local public library, as they do have some business databases as well, via state consortia GALILEO or direct subscriptions.
For a job search, I would be happy to meet with you for company information. [update: Library building is temporarily closed ; please call or email for company info.]
Note about offsite access: some databases can only be accessed when using the VPN. The OIT page for VPN explains how to get this.
Databases and electronic journals are provided for academic research by current authorized Georgia Tech faculty, students and staff only. The use of each online service is governed by copyright law and by the terms of the license between Georgia Tech and the publisher. Permitted Uses: