Monday, June 28 President Angel Cabrera and Provost Steven McLaughlin helped place the first books back onto the shelves of the Georgia Tech Library.
The below resources are new to Georgia Tech. For a complete list of the online resources available to Georgia Tech, please visit the Database A-Z page for databases and datasets or the Journals A-Z page for available e-journals. Please note: Some of these resources require VPN use for access. See how to use the campus VPN here.
Why not find a comfy spot and grab a good book this summer using our popular reading ebook tool, OverDrive?
The Georgia Tech Library’s Patent and Trademark Resource Center, in partnership with United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), offers for the first time a six-week intellectual property summer series online.
In celebration of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, the Georgia Tech Library is honored to compile a variety of resources related to the history, culture, and study of Asia and the Pacific Islands.
The Georgia Tech Library Dissertation Defense Room, located on the 4th floor of Price Gilbert in room 4222, is a space where PhD candidates can host, defend, stream, and record their dissertation.
From Aurich to Atlanta, a new bilingual exhibition at the Georgia Tech Library, showcases the life and work of Bauhaus-educated designer Hin Bredendieck in both English and his native German. The physical exhibition runs from March 22 through May 31 in the Library's gallery space on the first floor. Additionally, three virtual events are planned for April.