The SAGE Video Education Collection

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USF Libraries just signed a contract for the SAGE Video Education Collection in August. These videos offer content about teaching and learning topics ranging from early childhood education to educational leadership, discussing how to apply theory to practice. Much of the material … Continue Reading

USF History from Digital Dialogues

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If you’d like a brief history of USF, check out the recent Digital Dialogues post , “USF Curiosities: as far as the eye could see?” about the barren campus when USF opened its doors in the fall of 1960. The university consisted of … Continue Reading

Why Use Specialized Subject Article Databases?

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In a recent, short video tutorial, we compare large, comprehensive search tools like FindIt with subject specific, specialized databases, outlining the advantages that specialized tools have over large, multidisciplinary ones. Even though you get more hits using larger databases, bigger isn’t always … Continue Reading

Impact: Library Tools for Promotion and Tenure

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The USF Libraries has a guide,  Impact: Library Tools for Promotion and Tenure, for graduate students and faculty interested in determining journal quality and journal rankings, as well as tracking cited references to published work. If you need assistance with these tools, … Continue Reading

Historical Mexican Recipes with Free E-Books

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The University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries has been working to digitize the largest collection of historic Mexican cookbooks in the United States. The library is now releasing recipes from the collection in free e-books. The earliest book in the collection … Continue Reading

Changes for USF Libraries Upon Re-Opening

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Here are some coming changes for the libraries as they reopen: See below to review major points in this video. Hours for the USF Tampa Library have been adjusted for Fall 2020 term (generally 9 AM to 6 PM). Swipe in access … Continue Reading

Featured New E-Resource: Encyclopedia of Science Education

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This new title offers comprehensive reference overviews about science education from leading researchers around the globe. The audience for this title includes graduate students, researchers, and educators in science education and science education research.

Technology Support with LinkedIn Learning

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USF students and instructors who create a LinkedIn account have free access to all of the LinkedIn Learning catalog (previously Lynda.com).  This catalog consists of instructional content for software programs like Excel and Photoshop, concepts like copyright, and skills like career management … Continue Reading

Accurate American History Starter Pack

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To provide our USF community with authentic histories, particularly bringing to light the stories of marginalized populations, we bring you The Accurate American History Starter Pack. Although this list is not entirely comprehensive, it serves as a starter for those interested in discovering … Continue Reading

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