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Off-Campus Access to GALILEO

In order to access GALILEO from off-campus, you will need the current GALILEO password. You can get the current GALILEO password by visiting the Circulation Desk on the 2nd floor of the James Pendergrast Memorial Library or online using your GIL account. The GALILEO password changes every semester so be sure to get the new password every semester.

 

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JSTOR access is provided by James Pendergrast Memorial Library inside the library. JSTOR is a digital library with access to more than 1,500 academic journals, books and primary sources on subjects like arts, business and economics, history, humanities, law, medicine and allied health, science and mathematics, and social sciences.

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