Take the DLG’s Social Media Survey

The Digital Library of Georgia is conducting a social media survey, which is now available at


(Click on the link; it should bring you directly to the survey)

If you would like to be included in a raffle for a University of Georgia Press book as a reward for taking the survey, send an email to mastrovi@uga.edu with a brief message letting us know that you have participated.

A winner will be selected at random from all raffle participants and may select one of the following University of Georgia Press books:

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, by Chris Fuhrman
Who Runs Georgia? by Calvin Kytle and James A. MacKay
Major Butler’s Legacy: Five Generations of a Slaveholding Family, by Malcolm Bell, Jr.
Cornerstones of Georgia History: Documents That Formed the State, edited by Thomas A. Scott
The Selected Letters of Mary Moody Emerson, edited by Nancy Craig Simmons
To Redeem the Soul of America: The Southern Leadership Conference & Martin Luther King, Jr., by Adam Fairclough


Thank you for taking the survey and for keeping the Digital Library of Georgia updated on the ways that we can best reach you!

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4 Replies to “Take the DLG’s Social Media Survey”

  1. I enjoy the Digital Library of Georgia News Papers. I would like to see every historic paper digitized. Lots of valuable info there. The problem I currently have is I use an Androids tablet now but unable to install a drive for Djvu to work. It is capable of reading the Djvu files but you are unable to search and find the files for download. Is it possible to have these documents in PDF? Looking forward to any and all updates. Sadly if the State of Georgia wanted to help education they would digitize everything making it available to all Georgia Students and find money to keep the Archives funded.

  2. I am working as a consultant for the Georgian Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development in the transport sector. I would be interested in using a photograph from your site for a government report. I was able to download but can I use it in a government published report with the proper credit citation to your site or is there a fee?

    Thank you.

  3. Barry,
    We are working to convert the newspaper sites so the pages can be viewed as jpegs and pdfs. So far we have converted Atlanta, Athens, Savannah, North Georgia, and the Mercer Cluster. We will have South Georgia and the Southern Israelite converted this year for sure. Hope that helps!

  4. Horace,
    Getting permission to use the photograph depends on where it came from. We host photographs for other institutions. Check the record to find the institution that it came from to see who you need to get permission from. Let us know if you have any additional questions.

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