Encyclopedia of Queer Studies in Education

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The Encyclopedia of Queer Studies in Education, edited by Kamden Strunk and Stephanie Anne Shelton, focuses on education and education research as it relates to queer studies. chapters include such topics as AIDs activism, Androgyny, Antidiscrimination Laws and Policies, Bisexuality, Campus Climate …Continue Reading

Course Guides that Curate Class Resources

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Along with subject guides to help students get started with research in their academic disciplines, librarians also can assist faculty by creating course-specific guides that curate the most relevant library resources for that particular course.  These guides can offer starting points for …Continue Reading

Understanding Our E-book Collections

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E-books for academic libraries come in a variety of platforms and formats, and that variety can be very confusing. For some publishers, there are restrictions on downloading and printing. For many of those publishers, users can download the entire book, but after …Continue Reading

Not Your Grandmother’s Library–Podcast with Dean Chavez

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From chronicling dinosaur footprints in Spain to the African American Experience in Florida, the USF Libraries offer a wealth of ever-growing digital collections, along with traditional resources, to inform and intrigue members of the USF community and beyond. In this podcast, Dean …Continue Reading

Diversifying Your Syllabi

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This post from Emily Mann, Assistant Librarian, and Theresa Burress, Associate Librarian & Assistant Director for Research and Instruction (both on the St. Petersburg Campus) discusses ways in which USF librarians support inclusive and equitable learning,  Photo from the Armwood Family papers, …Continue Reading