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Online Tutorials - Help with GALILEO and Conducting Research  

Last Updated: Apr 14, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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The tutorials on the following pages are intended to offer introductory information on research methods and searching article databases.

Begin by choosing the type of tutorial desired by clicking on the appropriate tabs above. These tutorials require sound.

Please Ask the Librarian for additional help or to schedule a research appointment.



GALILEO stands for Georgia Library Learning Online. GALILEO is essentially a portal through which you can access more than one hundred article databases -- each of which can contain thousands of full-text articles and citations.


GALILEO Password

If you are off campus and cannot get access to GALILEO, see the GALILEO Password and Off-Campus Access page.


GALILEO Tutorials

 Most of these tutorials are produced by GALILEO and are linked to YouTube. They require sound.

Two-Minute Tour of GALILEO

  • "A short overview of the GALILEO Scholar interface that introduces search options and other features for finding articles and journals."

Finding the Best Databases in GALILEO

  • "GALILEO is your portal to hundreds of databases containing articles, books, images, and more. This tutorial provides a few tips to help you make the best database choices for your needs."

The Great GALILEO Tutorial

  • "This unit walks you through GALILEO. What it is, what's in it, how to navigate it and how to search it to find what you need." This is written tutorial by USG includes images to illustrate instructions.

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