Our Group Study Rooms booking interface has a new look! We have replaced the “availability grid” with a more intuitive search-based experience. Check it out! Continue reading New Group Study Rooms Booking Interface
Our new website is live! We’ve updated the look and feel, improved usability, and made changes so that library accounts now use preferred first names. Continue reading Library Website Redesign
Gleeson Library is in the process of a website redesign. Participate in a short study for a chance to win a prize! Continue reading Got 10 Minutes? Help Us Improve the Library Website!
Gleeson Library is in the process of a website redesign. Participate in a short study for a chance to win a prize! Continue reading Help Us Improve the Library Website!
The USF Library’s Systems Department has had a busy summer working on projects to improve services for students, faculty, and staff! Here are a few of our recent updates. New Systems Library Assistant The Systems Department has a new Library Assistant to help work on systems-related projects, troubleshooting, and technical documentation. Find out more about … Continue reading Systems Department Updates
American poet John Ashbery passed away on Sunday September 3, 2017 at age 90. In his acclaimed career, Ashbery published more than 20 volumes of poetry, most noted for their intricacy and controversy. He has won almost every major American poetry award, including the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the Yale Younger Poets Prize, … Continue reading Gleeson Library Remembers: John Ashbery
ILLiad Single Sign On has arrived! Beginning April 9, 2014, current ILLiad users and all new registrants will now use their USF Connect user name and password to easily access ILLiad. If you have any questions about Single Sign On, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. By: Joseph Campi Continue reading ILLiad Goes Single Sign On!!
Don’t bother scouring the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. Check out tweet2cite.com! Enter the tweet’s url (found by clicking on Details) and voilà! You get APA, MLA, and Wikipedia style. Continue reading How do you cite a tweet in APA format?
While many of the library’s databases offer mainstream coverage, Ethnic News Watch was “designed to provide the ‘other side of the story.’ ” With the latest bills being passed in Arizona, this database provides a place to find recent articles on issues regarding race and ethnicity in America. The database contains over 270 publications covering … Continue reading Database of the Week: Ethnic News Watch
The Oxford African American Studies Center, with Henry Louis Gates Jr. as Editor in Chief, is teeming with gripping photo essays, videos, maps, and articles. The search options make it easy to explore various sections including; biographies, images and multimedia, primary sources, and bibliographies. If you want to browse, I recommend looking through the Previous … Continue reading Database of the Week: Oxford African American Studies Center