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Research guide - Learn how to use library and web resources to complete your paper.
Last Updated: May 15, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Ready to Start?  Already have your topic and know how to use our resources? GREAT! Skip down to the Recommended Resources below to get started fast.   
Need Help Getting Started? Start with the Finding Keywords tab for step-by-step instructions on how to find literary criticisms, scholarly articles, and more.  
GALILEO? Off campus users will need the GALILEO password to use all online library resources. If you do not know the current password, call the library for assistance.
Questions?    Contact the library staff with any questions! We are also available by phone (478-757-3549) and email (

Recommended Resources

  • Literary Reference Center - Literary Criticisms
    This database is the best place to find literary criticisms. Search this site with the name of your philosopher and subject area for best results. (Example searches: "Aristotle and women" or "David Hume and identity")
  • Books and eBooks - CGTC Library Catalog
    Search the library catalog for books and eBooks on your topic. Remember to search with just one or two words (Example: "impressionism" or "Henry David Thoreau").
  • EBSCOhost - Journals and Magazines
    Electronic database of magazines, journals and newspapers from thousands of sources.
  • ProQuest - Journals and Magazines
    Electronic database of magazines, journals and newspapers from thousands of sources.
  • Opposing Viewpoints
    This site compares both sides of dozens of issues in philosophy, sociology, political science, and more.
  • Films On Demand
    Films are available in the library and online on art, music, history, and more. Search with one or two keywords that define your topic. Example search words include: "identity" or "terrorism".

Library Tutorials

Not able to reach the library? Additional information on library resources and search strategies can also be found on LibGuides.  Click on the links below for help finding articles, websites, and more.

Library Orientation
by Allison Repzynski - Last Updated Jul 8, 2016
Overview of (1) what resources are available and (2) how to find them in the CGTC Library.
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Films On Demand Tutorial
by Allison Repzynski - Last Updated Jun 17, 2016
How-To Guide for our newest database: Films On Demand
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CGTC Guide to Writing
by Allison Repzynski - Last Updated Jul 7, 2017
Quick guide to writing research papers for your CGTC classes.
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Distance Education Resources
by Allison Repzynski - Last Updated May 15, 2017
Information for using online library resources
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