What Can I find Here?
This guide provides Georgia Southern studfents with information about Computer Science.
This guide contains academic information resources and services available at the Zach S. Henderson Library. For borrowing related academic databases and search engines, see the different tab windows.
At the cost of $22.75 million, Zach S. Henderson Library started its expansion/renovation project in summer 2004 and completed it in August 2008. This expansion added 101,000-square feet to the original building and included the first Automated Storage and Retrieval System in any library in the southeast.
Main Features of Zach S. Henderson Library:
- 236,552-square feet building
- Automated Storage and Retrieval System
- Touchscreens for Brief Library Information Retrieval
- 600,000 books and bounded periodicals
- 890,000 microfilms
- 750,000 U.S. Government Documents
- More than 46.000 Electronic Journals
- More than 300 computer workstations
- 1900 seats (4000 seats can be expanded) + 29 Group Study Rooms
- Zachs Brews Coffee Shop
- More information on that project is available from the webpage of About the Library.
1400 Southern Drive
Statesboro, GA 30458
Telephone: (912) 478-5115
What are Library Liaisons, and How Can They Help You in Your Quest for Information?
Library Liaisons are librarians who provide integrated services for faculty, staff, and students in all disciplines.
It is like having your own personal librarian to help you:
- plan a strategy to efficiently and effectively accomplish your search for information, or
- answer a question about the library's resources, services, and policies.
Best of all, you don't have to wait for class to schedule a personal research consultation with a Librarian! Feel free to contact your library liaison/subject specialist for assistance at any time.
To contact a Librarian for your subject area or for general questions about doing research, contact the Learning Commons Help Desk at 912-478-5645 or by email at: email@example.com For other questions abut the library, or to chat with or email us, please see the Ask a Librarian page.