Changes in interlibrary loan process for books

The USF Polytechnic Library is changing the way it’s processing interlibrary loans for books. Interlibrary loan is a collaborative process between libraries of all types, to give access to items not owned locally. This is a service reserved to USF registered students, staff and faculty.

Starting this week, we are now accepting requests for books [...]

GBLT resources for 2010

June is Pride Month and we are indeed very proud to publish the 2010 GBLT list of resources available at the USFP Library. It contains books, children’s books, electronic journals, databases and websites of interest.

Eresource Update: Wiley InterScience journal backfiles

Based on high use for the current issues, turnaways on the unsubscribed issues, and high journal impact factors, the USF Libraries have acquired specific Wiley InterScience journal backfiles as a one-time purchase. With the purchase of these journal backfiles, access now begins with volume one through the present.

The titles in the Wiley InterScience [...]

New resources at the USFP Library

Here are the latest arrivals for the month of May. As always, circulating books (including children’s) are located in the New Books shelves in the back of the room. Reference is shelved immediately in its proper stacks.

To note, we’ve continued receiving the 2010 award-winning, honor and notable Children’s books, including the Newbery award winner [...]

How to perform legal research

While USF Poly does not have a law school, it is sometimes necessary to perform legal research. It can be a complex field though but thankfully, there are resources to help.

The USFP Library has some books, like classic Wren and Wren’s The Legal Research Manual: A Game Plan for Legal Research and Analysis and e-book [...]