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Last Updated: Sep 8, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Instruction

  • Request a library instruction session for your class
    Faculty members who would like to arrange library instruction for a particular class should fill in the form above. A librarian should be in touch within 2 business days.
  • Request a course guide
    These guides provide quick and easy access to the resources that you want your students to use. They may also include citation assistance, information on plagiarism, etc. The guides have a single, user-friendly URL and can be added to your Canvas site.

    If you would like to have a library guide created specifically for your class, please contact Tina Neville (, 727-873-4081) or your library liaison.
  • Refer your students to a librarian for research help

USF Libraries Catalog

Use this search box to find books and videos within the USF Libraries system.  To limit to items at USFSP, click on the "USF LIBRARY-St. Petesrburg" link on the left side of the search screen.  Use the Interlibrary Loan information on this page to request books from another USF library.  Note: videos cannot be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan).

Find a Database

  • Databases by Subject  
    Use this link to find article databases by broad subject or discipline. Scroll down the list in the left menu to locate a discipline of interest, then click to see more options in the right sub-category list. Click on the green GO button (off to the right side of the screen) to see a list of specific databases.

    For the most comprehensive results, consult related disciplines in addition to your main subject area.
  • Databases by Title  
    If you have a specific database in mind, use this link to type in the name of the database or use the alphabetical links above the search box to browse databases names by title.

Is this journal available electronically?

  • Find e-Journal
    To see if we own an online version of an article, search for the journal title in the e-journals box, then follow the links to the correct date and issue.

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