We have a new display just in time for the Holidays. All books can be checked out.
This week, the Library is receiving a new public photocopier/scanner. Installation should take place Tuesday or Wednesday and it will most likely not be possible to make photocopies at that time, we apologize for the inconvenience.
The new photocopier/scanner will be able to make black and white or color copies. A fax will also now be available to users for faxes in the US.
We are continuing the longer weekday hours experiment in the Spring semester. So, starting January 10th, our schedule will be:
We will monitor utilization during the semester. Thank you again to SGA for the funding!
Due to work on the building A/C system, we have to open the door in the server room in the back of the Library, in the Group Study area. There is a fair amount of fan noise as a consequence.
We apologize for the noise and inconvenience.
The computers in the Library and Open Use Lab are currently being replaced by newer, faster models. We have already received new, bigger monitors. Not all of the machines are available yet. This includes the public access computer and the micro-form reader/scanner.
Please excuse the noise and the inconvenience. We think it will be worth it!
On par with the rest of the USF system, SGA and Student Affairs organized a full week of events for Homecoming. Among the events was an office decorating contest with the theme “Leaving a Legacy”. The Library was declared the happy winner of the contest! We used items from the library collections to illustrate the theme and a whole lot of school spirit!
You can see some pictures on the Library’s Flickr account.
Thank you to the whole Library staff, everyone helped decorate! Go Bulls!
On Monday, July 5th, LTB 1115 will be closed to celebrate Independance Day. We will reopen Tuesday the 6th at 8:00 AM. We wishing all an happy 4th!
Maintenance workers are investigating possible damage to the floor. Carpet tiles and raised floor tiles are being pulled near the Group Study area.
Please step carefully. We apologize for the disruption and we hope the work will end soon.