Category: USF Libraries News

2021 Books Save Lives Award Event

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You are invited to attend the annual Books Save Lives Award Reception celebrating Janice Lynn Mather, author of Learning to Breathe.  The event will be Thursday, February 4th at 2 PM. It will be hosted virtually through Microsoft Teams. RSVP Ginny Puckett … Continue Reading

Alerting Services for Databases and Journals

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Alerting services, also known as current awareness services, are web delivery notifications you can use to keep up-to-date on the latest articles, journals, books, or even links to articles that are citing you. The USF Libraries has set up a guide to … Continue Reading

Teaching Students about Plagiarism

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The USF Libraries has content for faculty and their students about avoiding plagiarism. If you wish to embed that content into your course, here are some of the resources available to you.  First there is a content page on avoiding plagiarism here: … Continue Reading

Library Hours–Tampa Campus Spring 2021

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Library hours during Spring 2021 will be slightly more than those in the Fall of 2020.  They are 8 AM to 9 PM on week days Monday-Thursday, 8 AM-5PM on Fridays, closed on Saturdays, and open 1 PM-9PM on Sundays. Click here … Continue Reading

USF Libraries Revisioning Collection Management

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As part of the University’s strategic budget reduction process, the USF Libraries – Tampa campus is tasked with reducing recurring spending by $2,033,500, or 15.3 percent of the E&G base budget. To meet the requirements of the reduction, it was necessary to … Continue Reading

Library Hours for Tampa Campus Library

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The USF Tampa library will operate with limited hours during intercession and close when the campus is closed. To be sure of the hours of operation, visit the  library calendar. Image credit

Activism in the Archives: Researching LGBTQ and History

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When: Monday, October 19, 2020 from 4:30-5:30 PM Where: Online How: Use this link to log in: https://bit.ly/30izUyk Please join the USF Libraries LGBTQ+ Special Collections and the Office of Multicultural Affairs to honor LGBTQ+ History Month and explore LGBTQ+ history in Tampa … Continue Reading

New Online Workshop from USF Libraries about Historical Research

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As part of the new workshop series on information literacy, the USF Libraries has created “Find History.” Instructors with historical research assignments can assign this workshop to students for credit or extra credit. Students who complete the workshop earn a badge, which … Continue Reading

Home Sweet Homecoming

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This digital exhibit from the USF Libraries, curated by Andy Huse and Barbara Lewis, offers images and memories of USF students past and present.  Watch the unveiling of the exhibit on YouTube and then enjoy the memories and photos!

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