Georgia Tech has received an $857,000 grant to create a digital library to be shared by colleges in the University System of Georgia, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Science matched the nearly $857,000 raised by the participating institutions to allow shared access to research and other scholarly work. When the project is finished, a user will be able to log onto one site and search databases from all participating colleges, organizers said. The participating colleges include Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, Georgia State, the Medical College of Georgia, Georgia Southern, Valdosta State, Albany State, College of Coastal Georgia, and North Georgia College and State University…

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