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The UGA Griffin Campus Library is here to help you! We offer an array of services, assistance with research and instructional guidance.

The Griffin Campus Library provides the following key services:

  • Assistance with literature searches
  • Document delivery services
  • Help in obtaining teaching materials
  • Request teaching and reserve materials
  • Collection development
  • Archival services
  • Proxauthorization
  • Formal orientation and bibliographic instruction for individuals and groups are available upon request
  • Workshops, one-on-one instruction, online (email, chat)
  • Data management and curation services
  • Book/journal circulation
  • Assistance with intellectual property issues

Research Help

The library offers assistance to faculty and students with research. We can help in conducting research at all stages of the research cycle. This may include assistance in identifying and obtaining scientific literature on a particular topic or locating and obtaining data, or assistance with the publication and dissemination of the researcher’s work. For a consultation, please contact the library.


Librarians can provide instruction in many different contexts. Students are probably most familiar with seeing librarians answering questions at the reference desk. Students may also see librarians giving instruction in the following settings:

Email: send an email message any time to and we will answer your questions.

Chat: contact us by chat;  short questions are most appropriate for chat sessions.

Problem-based learning: the librarian works with groups, typically of 6-8 students at a time, exploring how information strategies can be employed to provide information necessary to solve problems which arise in case studies of a subject area. This most often takes place as part of an academic course.

Course-integrated instruction: the librarian works with students during one or more sessions of an academic course.

On our website: You will find tutorials and guides on our website. These my be specific to a particular academic course or may cover more general aspects of how to use the library.