Spring semester 2021 starts on 1/14. Until then, hours are 7:30am to 6:00pm, Mon.-Fri., for the GT community (ID required to enter; see exception below). On 1/14, the GT Library will be open regular hours for the GT community (ID required to enter; see exception below).
Many resources are available electronically.
For statistics and more on COVID-19, see the Health Info. page on this guide.
Staff can get you started - Ask Us! -- at the Info. Desk (Ground floor, Price Gilbert) or by phone at 404-894-4500 (or, toll-free, 1-888-225-7824) or email.
Note: update: due to COVID-19, for spring 2021, no public/visitor access - except by appointment.
Please contact me for research assistance or appointments -- by email at: email@example.com - or, by phone at: 404-894-1389
Georgia Tech became a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) in 1964. We are an ASERL Center of Excellence for EPA, NASA, and USPTO materials.
Patents and Trademarks - from GT's patents librarian
Earth Day - click on the Resources link, and the "Gulf Oil Spill" page, for detailed lists of environmental sources.
Legal Resources ( by Tech's Public Policy Librarian)
Public Policy (many guides by Tech's Public Policy Librarian)
For brief queries, stop by the Info. Desk (ground floor) during visitor hours (see separate box on the "Visitor Info." page for hours), or call: 404-894-4500 or, enter your query via the Library Help page. Staff can get your started with your research.
Georgia Tech users: please contact your appropriate subject librarian for in-depth reference assistance.
General public: a research consultation appointment is available with the Government Documents Coordinator (contact info. in box to the right) Note: fall semester 2020, all appointments are virtual by telephone or online via BlueJeans.
For parking and directions, see the "Visitor Info." tab/page.
Note: due to COVID-19, no public/visitor terminals available, fall 2020.
Below are links to presentation slides.
Eight are from the annual Georgia Library Assoc. conference ("COMO" -- co-presenter, Bette Finn).
Two are from the Depository Library Council Meeting and Federal Depository Library Conference in Washington, DC