Free Resources to Celebrate Black History Month

In recognition of Black History Month, publisher Thomson Gale has launched a free Web site comprised of historical facts and figures, biographies, relevant Web links and lesson plans. This site is designed to help students, teachers and families celebrate the month. Access to lesson plans, biographies and quizzes are available. A list of titles that [...]

Service Interruption for CAMIO and RLG Cultural Materials Friday

CAMIO, RLG Cultural Materials, and our web page will be unavailable Friday January 26 from approximately 12 pm – 5 pm Eastern Time for system maintenance.

Job opening: Library Technical Assistant

The upcoming USF Lakeland Library has a job opening for a Library Technical Assistant.

Please see for more details.

The deadline to apply is February 1st 2007. Don’t forget to fill the USF Application for Employment with your resume and cover letter.

The new USF Lakeland Library

It is my great pleasure and honor to announce that the new USF Lakeland Library will open on Monday, January 29th 2007. Our new space is located in LTB 1115, on the first floor of the new Lakeland Technology Building.

For many years, the Polk Community College Library has housed the USF collections and offered services [...]

Martin Luther King, Jr Day

In observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr Day, the PCC/USF Library will be closed on Monday, January 15th. The library will reopen on Tuesday, the 16th at 8:00 AM.

Book award

USF Lakeland Associate Dean, Dr. Greg Paveza has received a 2006 American Journal of Nursing (AJN) Book of the Year Award for his co-edited Handbook of Geriatric Assessment (Joseph J. Gallo, Hillary R. Bogner, Terry Fulmer, and Gregory Paveza (Eds)).

The book is part of the USF collection at the PCC/USF Library. The call number [...]

Absence from campus

Monday, January 8th, I will be off campus for meetings. I will be back on Tuesday, January 9th.

If you need immediate assistance, you can contact the USF Tampa’s Ask-A-Librarian services or, for a short, factual question, use the PCC/USF Library.