Are you a Distance Learner?

The distance learning community includes students taking classes online or at one of our off-campus locations, such as the Newnan Center.  All distance education students are entitled to receive library support services from Ingram Library's Resource Sharing service.

Support for distance learners

Currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff can use their MyUWG credentials to access the library’s hundreds of databases and thousands of books, journals, and other resources. In order to support dissertation research, graduate students also retain access to our materials and services up to three consecutive semesters after their last enrolled semester.

Most journals and articles can be accessed through our databases, listed by database name and by subject. E-books can be searched through the catalog.

Book Delivery Services

Distance Learning students can request physical books be sent to them through the ILLiad system. If our library owns the item, we will mail it to you and include a postage-paid return label. If our library does not own the item, we will request it from another library through interlibrary loan and mail it to you.

Article Delivery Services

UWG students may request pdf copies of articles and chapters from books (including reference materials) owned by Ingram Library through ILLiad.

Log in to ILLiad to manage your requests


Learn more about getting access to the libraries in the University System of Georgia and at non-USG universities throughout the Atlanta Metro area. 

For help with getting materials delivered, contact

Report a problem accessing electronic materials.

Chat with staff or call us at (678) 839-6495 for help when the library is open.