Beginning this week, RefWorks, the web based citation manager, is changing its look.
While the interface will be new, all of your citations will still be available. RefWorks 2.0 will retain its power and functionality but with a new look and abilities that further enhance the user experience. Although you will be presented with the [...]
Diane Fulkerson, Poly’s Social Sciences & Education Librarian, was appointed Vice-Chair of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Information Literacy Standards Committee at the recent American Library Association Annual Conference.
This Committee oversees the development of discipline-specific information literacy standards in higher education. Information literacy is defined as a set of abilities requiring [...]
UBorrow allows you to request materials directly from participating libraries within Florida’s state university system. This unmediated borrowing service increases your access to the collections of the other universities in Florida and delivers more quickly than standard interlibrary loan.
How does it work?
If you’re searching the USF catalog for a title and the USF Library system [...]
LTB 1115 will be open following these hours starting Saturday, August 6:
• August 6 (Saturday): open
• August 8-12: 8AM-5PM
• August 13 (Saturday): open
• August 15-19: 8AM-5PM
• August 20 (Saturday): open
Regular opening hours will resume Monday, August 22 at 8:00 AM.
A part-time position (10 hr/week) is now open at the USF Polytechnic Library for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Duties: Assist the USF Polytechnic Library in providing services to its users (students, faculty, staff and community members). Duties include staffing the circulation desk, circulating books and other materials; answering and forwarding phone calls; answering directional questions [...]
Here are the latest arrivals for the month of July. This month, there are no new items at the FIPR Library.
As always, Polytechnic new arrivals are shelved in the New Books shelves in the Group Study area.
Did you know that we currently have a display on Aging Studies in the Library? Most of the books [...]