Non Georgia Tech affiliated visitors may use library facilities for research and educational purposes. To honor this commitment, community access workstations are located on the Library Grove Level. The following procedures govern the use of community access workstations in the Library by visitors:
Visitors have access to all resources, including the Catalog, databases, and eJournals, except where licenses prohibit walk-in visitor access. Access is for academic, non-commercial research purposes only.
Copies of articles, conference papers, and other material in the Georgia Tech Library's collections are available through Interlibrary Loan. Books are available for loan to other libraries only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-894-3989 for information on prices, ordering, and delivery options.
The Georgia Tech Library is committed to serving the lifelong research needs of our alumni and broader community of users. Visitors are welcome to use library facilities for scholarly research and educational purposes:
To conduct research. Activities could include, but are not limited to, the following:
To study, e.g. a student from another college (domestic or international) or a high school student
To participate in programs / events that are held in the Library buildings
Exceptions to the restricted visitor hours:
Expectations of library users who are not affiliated with Georgia Tech: Compliance with Campus Space Use Procedures
Institute visitors to the library are expected to be respectful and courteous to faculty, students, and staff members. Inappropriate behaviors involving excessive noise, loud conversations, and behavior that creates a distraction for others or an environment unconducive to academic study and research will result in termination of library access privileges.