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GALILEO Timeline

Screenshot of GALILEO from 2015 to the Present

GALILEO celebrated its 20th birthday on September 21, 2015. On September 15th, the Board of Regents board meeting will acknowledge GALILEO’s longevity and future with a presentation on GALILEO: Growing a Generation of Learners. Celebrations were held at the Georgia Library Media Association (GLMA) Summer Institute and at COMO. The GALILEO portal was upgraded with responsive design in November 2015 to make using the GALILEO website and many databases easy to use on mobile devices.


Items from 2015 to the Present

Chickens: 2015 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources
Chickens: 2015 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources

Autumn’s Freedom Box: 2016 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources
Autumn’s Freedom Box: 2016 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources

GALILEO phone lanyards were popular at GaETC 2015
GALILEO phone lanyards were popular at GaETC 2015

Mango Cupcakes From Newton County Library
Mango Cupcakes From Newton County Library

GALILEO Celebrates 20 Years
GALILEO Celebrates 20 Years

GALILEO Booth Display for COMO 2015
GALILEO Booth Display for COMO 2015


Apollo 11: One Small Step: 2016 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources
Apollo 11: One Small Step: 2016 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources

Agnes Scott College Celebrates GALILEO’s 20th Birthday
Agnes Scott College Celebrates GALILEO’s 20th Birthday

A cake to celebrate GALILEO’s 20th Birthday Cake at COMO 2015
A cake to celebrate GALILEO’s 20th Birthday Cake at COMO 2015

Merryll Penson Speaks as part of the GALILEO’s 20th Birthday celebration at COMO 2015
Merryll Penson Speaks as part of the GALILEO’s 20th Birthday celebration at COMO 2015

Atlantic Ocean Habitat: 2017 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources
Atlantic Ocean Habitat: 2017 GALILEO Staff Prize for Best Project Using GALILEO Resources

Newton County Library loves to promote Mango Languages
Newton County Library loves to promote Mango Languages


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