How do I obtain a Galileo or GIL account. I am trying to do a article research. I just had the WIMBA Session


Answered By: Trustee Library
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 27

If you are looking for a general research article, try one of the databases listed in the library's Libguides.  They are catagorized by subject for the purpose of helping students do research in various disciplines.  Since you're a student in Education, try the Education LibGuide.  Click the "Articles" tab to find links to databases you will find helpful with your research.

To login to the library's databases from the Libguides, you'll use your Brenau Email Username (e.g. jsmith6) and your six-digit student or employee ID number (e.g. 123456, not your email password).  After this initial login, you will be allowed to seamlessly hop among databases without requiring further information at each individual database.

The benefit to logging in using your student ID and six-digit ID number rather than GALILEO's login is that GALILEO's login expires every semester, whereas your login will never change as long as you remain a student or employee of the university.  That means you will never have to go to Blackboard to find out what the new password is and you can access GALILEO from any of the links provided on the library's web site and in the library catalog.

However, if for some reason you must have the GALILEO login in particular you may find instructions here.

If you need additional assistance, reply to this link, call (770-534-6113), or drop by the library and talk with someone during our business hours.

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