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eLearning Library Guide: eJournals

A guide for students and faculty engaged in distance learning

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GIL-Find is College of Coastal Georgia's online catalog, a database of both print and digital materials owned by the college. GIL-Find and GALILEO are linked. So, when you do a search, you will see print books that are on the library shelves, as well as eBooks, eJournals, and streaming video that you can access through GALILEO.

You will need to be logged in to GALILEO to access eJournal content. Check out of our guide to accessing GALILEO off campus.

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Finding eJournals

Finding eJournals

If you are already in GALILEO, click the Journals A-Z link.

If you are already in GALILEO, click the Journals A-Z link.

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If you are not already in GALILEO, go to the college website at www.ccga.edu to access the library homepage link under the Menu tab.

Find the library homepage link under Menu at www.ccga.edu

Click on the Library link to go to the library homepage.

On the library homepage look for the GIL-Find link

On the library homepage, look for the link for GIL-Find searches. Our eJournals are listed in GIL-Find with links to the records in GALILEO.

Click the Find eJournals link at the top of the page.

Click the Find eJournals link at the top of the page.

Enter the title or ISSN for a journal, or browse. In this example we are browsing under the letter G.

Enter the title or ISSN for a journal, or browse. In this example we are browsing under the letter G.

Click on the title in the list to open the journal record in GIL-Find. There you will find the link to the ejournal in GALILEO.

Click on the title in the list to open the eJournal record in GIL-Find. There you will find the link to the eJournal record in GALILEO. 

The GALILEO record may look different depending on the database in which the record is located.

The GALILEO record may look different depending on the database in which the record is located. In this example, there is only one year to explore. Other publications will have multiple years.

GALILEO Tutorial: Finding Journals