Change in opening hours for Summer 2011

Starting Tuesday July 5th, the Library and Open Use Lab will be open from 8AM to 8PM, Monday through Thursday. We will be closing earlier on those days.

This adjustment comes upon changing spending priorities for SGA in the new fiscal year (SGA was financing the extended hours after 8PM) and usage statistics. Extended hours may [...]

Library closed Monday for Independance Day

On Monday, July 4th, LTB 1115 will be closed to celebrate Independance Day. We will reopen Tuesday the 5th at 8:00 AM.

We’re wishing you all an happy 4th!

Pride Month resources

The list of resources offered by the USF Polytechnic Library for Pride Month 2011 is now available.

You can also come see our display in the Library. Those books can be checked out!

Website of interest: National Academies Press offers 4,000 PDFs reports freely

The National Academies – National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council -starting June 2nd 2011, permit the free download of PDFs of reports that are currently for sale on the National Academies Press (NAP) website. PDFs associated with future reports (except for those in the “Nutrient Requirements [...]

Website of interest: International Children's Digital Library (ICDL)

If you’re looking for children’s books in multiple languages, the International Children’s Digital Library will provide with numerous options, all in full-text and for free. There are multiple search parameters, including age range, genre, language, length and even cover colors.

The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) is a research project funded primarily by the National Science [...]

New resources at the USF Poly and FIPR Institute libraries

Here are the latest arrivals for the month of May. As always, Polytechnic circulating books are located in the New Books shelves in the back of the room. DVDs are shelved immediately to their proper stacks at the Front Desk.

To note, a donation of DVDs, used in class, by a student. Thank you!


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