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  • GACE -- Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators
    The GACE assess the knowledge and skills of prospective Georgia public school educators and helps the Professional Standards Commission (PSC) meet its goal of ensuring that candidates have the knowledge and skills needed to perform the job of an educator in Georgia public schools. The GACE are aligned with state and national standards for educator preparation and with state standards for the P–12 student curriculum (Georgia Performance Standards). They are criterion-referenced, objective-based assessments. Test questions were reviewed and approved by committees of Georgia educators. The passing score for each test is established by the PSC and is based on the professional judgments and recommendations of Georgia educators.
  • Gainesville Times
    Website of the Gainesville Times.
    Gateway to the online research resources of Georgia's virtual library.
  • Garden, Landscape & Horticulture Index (EBSCOHost)
    Full text articles and citations on horticulture, botany, garden and landscape design & history, ecology, plant and garden conservation, garden management, and horticultural therapy; environmentally sustainable horticultural and design practices and is aimed at gardening enthusiasts, professionals, and students of horticulture and of garden and landscape design & history.
  • Georgia Administrative Rules and Regulations
    Georgia Administrative Rules and Regulations is a database of the rules and regulations governing the conduct of business in the state. The database may be searched by keyword and chapter, section, or rule numbers. Only selective chapters have been digitized.
  • Georgia Attorney General's Office
    The Georgia Attorney General's Office maintains a web site of information on its staff, history, mission, organization, etc. Also provided is the ability to search the opinions of the Attorney General (1994-1997).
  • Georgia Census Data
    The U.S. Census Bureau offers the most comprehensive demographic data for the United States. The site includes highly detailed information and statistics on the nation's population, housing, business and manufacturing activity, international trade, farming, and state and local governments. This link goes directly to Georgia's data from the most recent census.
  • Georgia Corporate Search
    Georgia Corporate Search lists all organizations or individuals licensed for business by the Georgia Secretary of State. Information provided for each license holder includes: address, chief executive officer, secretary, and chief financial officer.
  • Georgia Department of Archives & History
    The mission of the Georgia Department of Archives and History is to select and ensure the preservation and accessibility of government and other information constituting Georgia's recorded history. The Archives collects, manages, preserves, and makes available the official records of Georgia from 1732 to the present. In addition, it collects private manuscripts and photographs which complement existing archival holdings.
  • Georgia Department of Education
    Website of the Department of Education of the State of Georgia.
  • Georgia General Assembly Legislative Services
    Georgia Legislative Services provides access to both Georgia House and Senate bills. The database is searchable by keyword, bill number, code section, authors, co-signers, and committee sponsors. Also provided are the Governor's budget and committee meeting schedules.
  • Georgia Government Publications
    The Georgia Government Publications service makes available over 30,000 public documents of agencies within the Georgia state government published from 1994 to the present. Coverage encompasses audit reports, budget documents, monographs, newsletters, periodicals and serials from agencies including agriculture, arts, community affairs, courts, education, human resources, industry and trade, labor, legislature, natural resources and recreation.
  • Georgia Historic Books
    Georgia Historic Books contains full-text, fully searchable books related to Georgia's history and culture. Most are from the 19th to early 20th century and focus on Georgia history, biography, and literature. The books may deal with Georgia history, society, or culture as a subject, or they may have been selected for their importance to the cultural and intellectual development of the state.
  • Georgia Historic Newspapers
    Georgia Historic Newspapers is an outgrowth of the Georgia Newspaper Project managed by the University of Georgia Libraries. Since the early 1950s, the UGA Libraries have made a systematic effort to identify and obtain copies of every newspaper ever published in Georgia and to preserve these valuable historical resources on microfilm. This online service aims to present digitized versions of Georgia newspapers that are significant historically, such as The Cherokee Phoenix and The Colored Tribune.
  • Georgia Legislative Documents
    Georgia Legislative Documents provides access to the Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia for the years 1799-1999, with a few gaps. In the future, additional documents will be added to include: Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Georgia Journal of the Senate of the State of Georgia.
  • Georgia Official and Statistical Register (Georgia Blue Book)
    The Georgia Official and Statistical Register, published from 1923-1990 by the Georgia Department of Archives and History, is commonly known as the Georgia Blue Book. Considered an important reference work for historical research, the Register covers Georgia’s executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government, providing biographical sketches of elected and other state officials. Georgia members of U.S. Congress and federal judges are included, as are county officials and regents of the university system. The Blue Books contain election returns, provide basic reference data on Georgia counties, and cover Georgia miscellany, such as the state flag, state flower, state song, rosters of Georgia governors, and legal holidays.
  • Georgia Public Library Services
    Website of Georgia Public Library Services. Use this link to locate your local public library.
  • Georgia State Agencies, Councils and Commissions
    Georgia State Agencies, Councils and Commissions provides links to web sites maintained by many state agencies.
  • Georgia State University Electronic Theses and Dissertations
    Georgia State's Electronic Theses and Dissertations Database is a collection of original works by students of Georgia State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduate degrees. Some documents are available online; the record for an individual document is always viewable, and will indicate the availability of the document.
  • is the online connection to the State of Georgia. It provides to access information on the many services and programs available in Georgia. In additional to legislative and government agency information, there are links to resources for travel information about the state, local and regional government, and the governor's office.
    GeorgiaStandards.Org (GSO) is a free website providing information and resources necessary to help meet the educational needs of students. The goal of this web site is to provide information that will enhance and support teaching and learning in Georgia for the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) and the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS). All standards and resources are available for printing. They are over 1,200 videos demonstrating best practices for the classroom.
  • Global Road Warrior
    Global Road Warrior is an international resource for social, cultural, travel, and business information that covers over 175 countries. While aimed at the international business traveler, this service will be useful in multiple disciplines because its information can help foster inter-cultural understanding. GRW describes demographics, economic features and conditions, holidays, religions, etiquetts, and folkways, all aspects of travel, social and cultural features and conditions, and discusses how business is conducted. It features high-resolution maps and cultural reports on childhood, dating, the situation of women, marriage and funeral customs, and cultural faux pas.
  • Google Scholar through Ezproxy
    Google Scholar provides a simple way to search broadly for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and types of resources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Google Scholar helps you find relevant work across the world of scholarly research. If you're off-campus, Ezproxy will ask to you identify yourself as a Piedmont College student and then send you to Google Scholar. Since you're logged in, you should have access to full-text articles in the Library's online services.
  • GPO Access (FirstSearch)
    The U.S. Government Printing Office Monthly Catalog of Publications is a catalog of citations to documents published by the GPO since July 1976. The Catalog includes references to congressional committee reports and hearings, debates, documents from executive departments, and more, with links to the complete online texts.
  • GreenFILE (EBSCOHost)
    GreenFILE provides a collection of scholarly, government and general-interest titles and covers content about the environmental effects of individuals, corporations and local/national governments as well as what can be done at each level to minimize these effects.This tool offers indexing and abstracts for more than 760,000 records and open access full text for more than 11,000 records.
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