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Taking a look at the GALILEO community…

The GALILEO Scrapbook highlights GALILEO in the everyday lives of the schools, libraries, homes, and the people of Georgia.

As of September 21, 2010, GALILEO has been in constant service to Georgians and Georgia Libraries, serving reliable, credible, and valuable information resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for over 15 years. Over 2000 institutions participate in GALILEO’s collection of core library resources, providing the best possible stewardship of precious state dollars through collaborative purchasing power. GALILEO is a core resource for Georgia libraries, which are working harder than ever to serve their communities and help small businesses, job seekers, and students thrive.

Add your pictures to the scrapbook!

Submit your best wishes, memorable pictures, stories, or quotes about GALILEO in your library or GALILEO history. While the GALILEO Life Contest in honor of GALILEO’s 15th birthday has concluded, ongoing submissions to the scrapbook are welcome, including Georgia Student Media Festival entries using GALILEO resources, as well as videos or pictures showing the importance and use of GALILEO in your school or library. The “Where I’m From in GALILEO” lesson plan is a great way to work with students to create a submission for both the Georgia Student Media Festival and the GALILEO scrapbook. All submissions will be displayed in the GALILEO scrapbook.


From the scrapbook

Governor Sonny Perdue Proclaims March 10, 2010 Library Day
Governor Sonny Perdue Proclaims March 10, 2010 Library Day

GALILEO Poster 1999
GALILEO Poster 1999

Where I’m From in GALILEO Video Example
Where I’m From in GALILEO Video Example

The Long, but Short, History of GALILEO
The Long, but Short, History of GALILEO

College Students Use GALILEO for Research
College Students Use GALILEO for Research

Library Communities in Georgia: GLA Presentation
Library Communities in Georgia: GLA Presentation

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