Services for Georgian Staff & Faculty

Access Resources Online @ Home

Georgian students & faculty must have an activated Library UserID & Password to access Library Resources online.

Using Web-based Video Clips in the Classroom / Blackboard

Streamed video can be used in online or face-to-face classes. Students can watch the content on or off campus in the majority of cases.

This prefix needs to be in front of the streamed video link to ensure remote authentication:

Library Logins

Library Logins

Your Library User ID is the number under the barcode on your student card. Your PIN is the last 4 digits of the same number.

sample Onecard and older Georgian student cards.

Databases off campus

Activate your Library UserID or get login help by calling


or toll free at


Place books on hold

Renew checkouts online

Book group study room

Library Login Help


Press 1 for Customer Service

Electronic Resources in the Library

Did you know that our electronic resources outnumber our print collection?

Check this out!

Electronic Services in the Library

Many of our services are available electronically, too!


Virtual reference - askON, an interactive chat service.

  • Fall 2016: Proactive chat - students using the library website will be invited to chat with askON staff!

Library Cards / Accounts


Encourage students to use Library resources!

Provide links from your Bb shell to

Access library videos

Videos that demonstrate how to search MultiSearch or create a semester plan

Learn more about askON

askON - an interactive library help chat service. Click the button anywhere you see it!

Learn more about streaming video

Streaming video content to demonstrate difficult or complex topics


These Library resources can enhance student access & support online learning.

Research Skills Videos

Provide links to library videos that highlight Research Basics

Access library videos

  • Books, Videos, and Articles: What are They Good for Anyway?
  • Taming Your Research Topic
  • Getting Better Results
  • Search Results - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  • Who wrote this and where did I find it? Citation and Referencing Tips

To Google or not to Google?

To Google or not to Google?Want your students to use more than Google?

Connect them to a Program Research Guide that highlights:

  • Subject Specific Databases
  • Credible Web Resources
  • Current e-Books
  • Contact info for subject-area specialist