Your library userID and PIN allows you to search and access all of our electronic resources. Without it, you can't find e-books, articles, streamed video, etc. Your library userID is different from your network and system login.
If you are a full time Georgian student, you need your ONEcard first. If you don't have a ONEcard, visit the ONEcard website for the process to upload your photo and get a ONEcard.
Once you have a ONEcard, email them at email@example.com using your Georgian email address and request your library userID.
Now complete the library's form to set up your PIN and we will activate your ID and let you know your PIN.
If you have a ONEcard, just complete the library's form to set up your PIN and we will activate your ID and let you know your PIN.
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Still not sure how to do research? Check out the Doing Research guide
Or check out The Learning Portal's Research hub.
We have several eBook databases.
In addition, when searching MultiSearch, you can limit your search result to eBooks by selecting "Available Books & Videos" founder under "Limit To", then also check "eBooks" found under "Source Types"
All overdue fines have been cancelled/waived and all loans have been extended to Sept. 15th. Hold on to your books for now and we will notify you before the end of semester with a process to return your items. If you are leaving early, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We continue to provide our Get It Free! (interlibrary loan) service to the best of our ability. With most libraries closed, there may be some resources we cannot provide.
You’re right, you need to cite all the sources you use in your assignments. Here are some options:
Textbooks can be expensive but are really important to support your course material. We’ve been able to identify a few solutions:
At this time, there has been no confirmation if on campus services will be available, including library and academic services, All decisions that Georgian makes continue to be informed by, and made in full compliance with, public health authorities and the Government of Ontario. While we miss you, safety is the prime concern. Please continue to use our online services and electronic resources. Contact us when you need assistance. We are here for you.
That’s a great question. And the answer is “it depends”. Contact email@example.com with your scenario and we’ll help you figure out the best solution.
Most publishers will allow you to share the content as long as it is a required textbook. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm that your textbook’s publisher allows this..
Possibly. It’s called eReserves and we’re going to try to support you. Email email@example.com and tell us what you need to make accessible to students. A staff member will contact you to go over specific details and determine if we can provide electronic access within copyright guidelines.