Ocala

Ocala Library Interior

About

UCF Ocala is located at College of Central Florida, Ocala Campus

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Getting a UCF ID Card

Obtain a UCF card from University Center, Bldg 20, UCF Office Room 201E, 352-854-2322 x1824.

Searching for books

Locate books at this campus by searching the online catalog.

Checking out books

To check out materials from the Ocala library, please obtain a CCF card from the Public Safety Office near Building 5. Be sure to take proof that you are a UCF student such as a UCF ID and fee invoice.

Hours

Staff

Subjects

  • Elementary Education
  • Psychology

Equipment

  • cash-to-card machine
  • copier
  • printer
  • color printer
  • scanner
  • public computer

Contact

In this Library Phone
Circulation 352-854-2322 x1344
Reference 352-854-2322 x1345

Address

  • UCF Ocala
  • 3001 S.W. College Road
  • Ocala, FL 34474-4415

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Accessibility Services

The LRC is wheelchair accessible with mechanically operated entrance/exit doors. Users with disabilities are encouraged to ask library staff members for assistance with library services. All staff working in public service areas of the library will accommodate any reasonable request from a patron with a disability. However, if more assistance is needed than can be provided on demand, an appointment for extended service should be arranged by contacting the Office of Access Services or the reference desk.

Audiovisual Materials

The library collection includes more than 76,000 print books, 180 serial subscriptions (magazines, journals, newspapers), over 6,000 DVDs and other A/V materials, tens of thousands of streaming videos, 100 databases with access to millions of articles (including full-text), and access to more than 40,000 eBooks.

Borrowing Materials

To check out materials from the Ocala library, please obtain a borrower card from the Public Safety Office near Building 5. Be sure to bring proof that you are a UCF student, such as a UCF ID and fee invoice. Students may check out up to 20 items with a photo ID, which ID must be in hand at check-out. Books may be checked out for up to three weeks and renewed online or in person for a second three-week period if no hold has been placed on an item. Videos and DVDs may be checked out for one week at a time and are non-renewable. Your Student ID is your library card.

Collections

The library collection includes more than 76,000 print books, 180 serial subscriptions (magazines, journals, newspapers), over 6,000 DVDs and other A/V materials, tens of thousands of streaming videos, 100 databases with access to millions of articles (including full-text), and access to more than 40,000 eBooks.

Computer Access

There are 48 computer stations located on the 2d floor of the library, 20 on the main floor, four in the group study rooms, and 24 additional computer stations located in the library classroom (Room 219) available whenever class is not in session. The Learning Support Center (Room 101) has 60 computer work stations for student, faculty, and staff use.

Printing/Copying/Scanning

Printing is available from every student computer and costs .10 cents per page. Students must purchase a copy card (Room 101) which can then be used for printing and copying. A one-dollar bill is required to purchase a copy card which then holds a value of one dollar. When the initial amount is exhausted, additional funds can be put onto the card using the same machine used to purchase the card.

Reserve Materials

Faculty place items on reserve at the library for student use. Most reserve items may be checked out for 2 hours of in-library use.  Reserve items are available at the Circulation Desk.

Study Rooms

There are 4 group study rooms on the 2nd floor of the Clifford B. Stearns Learning Resource Center (Building 3) equipped with desktop computers. A room can be reserved by signing up (in person) on the reservation schedule posted at the entrance to each room.

Technology Lending

Headphones are available for check-out at the Circulation Desk. Headphones or ear buds must be worn when using any programs that produce sound. Audio must be kept at a level that is not audible to others.

Kindle e-readers are available for a two week check-out period at the Ocala Campus Library.

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