The Point Library has a variety of online resources available for use by students and faculty, including those listed below.
When trying to access online library resources from a Point University campus or location, you do not need to log in with your personal account. However, if you are accessing these resources outside a Point University location, you will need to use your username and password. If you are having trouble logging in, please email the IT Office and they will be able to assist you by providing you with your username and password.
If you have questions about or need assistance with the use of these electronic resources, please contact one of the library staff by email, call the Director of Library Resources at 706-385-1097, or contact the director of your Access/Online instructional site.
- Galileo: A collection of more than 200 databases including journals, newspapers and books. Some examples of these databases are:
- Academic Search Complete: Covers all major subjects with full text of thousands of journals.
- Education Research Complete: Indexing and full text of hundreds of journals.
- ERIC: Abstracts, index, books, linked full-text, education research/training.
- PsycInfo: American Psychological Association, from the 1880’s.
- PsycArticles: American Psychological Association publications in full test.
- Westlaw Campus Research: Law, Criminal Justice.
- ATLA Historical Monographs Series 1 & 2: Titles in these collections appear in InfoCentre, the library’s catalog.
- ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials: American Theological Library Association resources.
- eBooks on EBSCOhost: A collection of more than 148,000 electronic books across multiple disciplines.
- JSTOR: The Scholarly Journal Archive ranging from history, literature, music, business and science.
- Films on Demand: Streaming video of nearly 7,500 titles.
- Classical Music Library: Recordings for listening to classical music.
- Classical Scores Library: Full images of published musical scores
- Oxford Music Online
- Additional Resources