Interlibrary Loan is a formal cooperative agreement among libraries to share material with, or provide photocopies to, other libraries. If you are unsuccessful in locating the research items needed in the library, you may then initiate an Interlibrary Loan request. If we do not have the item you need in our collection, we can request it be sent here from another library. We can deliver books from our library or photocopies of articles in our collection to distance students who can't come to the library in San Francisco.
Google can be useful to find statistics and government information such as regulations.
Limit your search to .edu sites by using Google's Advanced Search.
Google Scholar is a good place to search for author information, conference proceedings, pre-publication works, and other gray literature. You can also find other sources that cite a specific work.
To link to GGU library subscriptions from Google Scholar, you need to set the Library Links to GGU in Settings. This quick video will show you how.