Category: Videos

Journal Rankings and Impact Factors

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The USF Libraries has created a short tutorial on resources for looking up metrics that determine journal rankings for researchers.  If you need in-depth assistance, contact your liaison librarian. The tutorial features three main tools for determining journal rankings: InCites Journal Citation … Continue Reading

You Want a Confederate Monument? My Body is a Confederate Monument

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Monuments can be more than buildings or structures. Caroline Randall Williams—author of the powerful New York Times Opinion piece “You Want a Confederate Monument? My Body Is a Confederate Monument,” which grabbed international attention as a reckoning in the movement to dismantle … Continue Reading

The CDC’s New COVID-19 Guidance for Schools, Explained

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The CDC released updated guidance for schools on how to conduct in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and what precautions they should take to keep students and teachers safe. It says that states should prioritize teachers in their vaccine efforts, but it … Continue Reading

What is Fair Use?

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Feel free to share this video with teachers who may have questions about fair use.

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

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