What is NetLibrary? NetLibrary provides access to the library’s eContent collection. eContent is the digital version of books, journals, and database content. You can access the library’s eContent 24 hours a days, seven days a week.
You can access NetLibrary: Directly via a campus computer or Off-campus computer via 1.The Galileo database or 2.A NetLibrary account. Where? How?
You can find NetLibrary and other eBooks two ways. Option 1 is in the GCSU Library Catalog. Choose the KEYWORD SEARCH option. Option 1: Finding an eBook
Option 1: Finding an eBook Enter your search terms in the boxes provided, include “NetLibrary” as a search term. Then click “Go”, to perform search.
Option 1: Finding an eBook Select the title of the book, you are interested in viewing
Option 1: Finding an eBook Select “E-Resource” and click on the link.
Viewing the eBook You can View the eBook Here Find Citation Information etc. Find out more information about the book
Option 2: Finding eBooks Click on “Books, E-Books and Book Reviews
Option 2: Finding eBooks Find NetLibrary in the List, and Click to Access You can then search NetLibrary’s site for eBooks
Options to access NetLibrary You have two options to access NetLibrary books from off campus: 1. By signing up for a free NetLibrary account from a campus computer. 2. By accessing NetLibrary books through the Galileo Database It is best to sign up for a free NetLibrary account while on campus, for easy access while off campus.
In order to access NetLibrary from home, you'll need to establish an account from a campus computer. Go to the NetLibrary home page at www.netLibrary.com and click on the Create a Free Account link at the top of the page. Creating An Account On Campus
Fill in the requested information and click on Create Account Creating An Account On Campus
Questions? If you need help with your research, or NetLibrary you can chat with a librarian at GCSU. You can also speak with a reference librarian via phone (478-445-0979) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.