GALILEO stands for GeorgiA LIbrary LEarning Online, an initiative of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. GALILEO offers Georgia residents the opportunity to access reliable sources of information (called databases). Different databases are available for public libraries and for school or university libraries. Access is free but requires a PINES library card and password/PIN.
All you need is your library card number and password. If you are a Bedford resident and do not have a library card, watch this video to learn how to sign up for a library card online. If you have a library card, but do not know your password, use the Forgot your Password? option on the My Account page. You may also call 472-2300 to reset your password.
Once your library card is all set, you may use it to login to numerous resources through the library website. Watch this video to learn how to access databases. Thank you to BCTV for producing this video.
Most of the library's online resources can be accessed outside of the library. For at-home access to these resources, the library's current GALILEO password or a library card number is required.
Gateway to over 200 databases. Find full-text articles, citations, and abstracts from thousands of magazines, newspapers, and journals. GALILEO also includes reference works, business directories, government publications, and literary resources. GALILEO password required for access outside of the library.
The gateway to over 200 databases. Find full-text articles, citations, and abstracts from thousands of magazines, newspapers, and journals. GALILEO also includes reference works, business directories, government publications, and literary resources. GALILEO password required for access outside of the library.
Full-text access to over 350 reference books that cover multiple subjects and disciplines. Access authoritative reference sources either individually by title or by keyword across the entire collection. GALILEO password required for access outside of the library.
Full-text access to 97 eBooks published by the Clearfield Company, a leading publisher of genealogical materials, with a focus on how-to materials and Native American genealogy. GALILEO password required for access outside of the library.
A collection of genealogical and historical sources, including census, Revolutionary War, and Freedman's Bank records, along with local and family histories and finding aids. GALILEO password required for access outside of the library.
Ancestry Library Edition - Research your ancestry and discover your unique family history! This resource includes billions of records from around the world, including census and vital records, immigration and passport records, periodicals and books, photos, and more. In-library access only.
Access Interlibrary Loan if you cannot find the item in our catalog. You will need a Saginaw Library Card Number and password. Services Funded in part by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission's Reimbursement Program.
One of the biggest benefits of having a public library card is access to a variety of databases and records online and from your home or office. These include the library editions of Ancestry, Findmypast, Fold3, MyHeritage, Newspapers.com and more.
Hauge Memorial Library subscribes to Ancestry Library Edition, Newspapers.com by Ancestry, and Fold 3 by Ancestry. You will need a login and password to access these resources. Please stop in or give us a call for more information!
Getting StartedTo get started, register for a free account either by being logged into smcl.org or from within a San Mateo County Libraries location using a library computer or using your own device on the library WiFi. Once registered, you will be able to enjoy your 72-hour access pass from anywhere by logging in with the same email and password entered during registration.
Browse full-image digital editions of over 3,000 newspapers and 4,000 magazines. Whether you want to catch up on national news with the Dallas Morning News or Philadelphia Inquirer, or read top magazine titles like Newsweek, Smithsonian and Vogue, PressReader has you covered. Change between full-image and article views seamlessly. The platform includes high-quality content from more than 120 countries in 60 languages. The interface can also be translated into 17 languages. You can view PressReader in your internet browser or on an app on your digital device. Requires 29041, 29731 or 29735 library card. 2b1af7f3a8