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Win Prizes with the UCF Mobile App

In Spring of 2017, UCF is piloting location based notifications with the UCF Mobile app. These notifications will only be available if you enter a specific location on campus. This includes the John C. Hitt Library, Technology Commons, and Technology Product Center.

When you view a notification through the UCF Mobile app, you will be taken to a survey for your feedback. If you complete the survey, you will be entered to win a prize! Prizes include a set of Beats headphones, and an exclusive UCF Libraries Citronaut shirt.

The project concludes on March 30, 2017.

To participate: http://ucfmobile.ucf.edu/app/lbn/

We welcome your feedback as we evaluate this technology. Questions? Email carrie.moran@ucf.edu

 

WomanFest 2017 in ONE week

Just one week until WomanFest 2017! Smart women! Zines! Words! Bake Sale!

Tuesday, March 8th in John C. Hitt Library room 223

10:30-11:45 AAUW Panel on Women’s Leadership

12:00-1:15 Open Mic

1:30-2:45 Zine workshop with Dr. Leandra Preston-Sidler

Come for all of it, or just 10 minutes. Kathleen Hanna wants you to be here, so you can listen to Bikini Kill and Le Tigre all day.

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Knight Reads

New Knight Reads Titles

Knight Reads is our collection of popular fiction and non-fiction reading. There are Knight Reads collections in the John C. Hitt Library and in the Rosen Library.

Check out these titles we just added to the Knight Reads shelves in the John C. Hitt Library:

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If you’d like to suggest a title to add to Knight Reads, please email it to carrie.moran@ucf.edu

Research Life Cycle

New Video: Research Lifecycle

The UCF Libraries released a new video to guide viewers through the Research Lifecycle (RLC) model. The RLC was created by the UCF Libraries’ Scholarly Communication Task Force in order to:

  • Help understand the research process
  • Show the location and types of services available for researchers
  • Highlight missing support areas in order to establish new services on campus

For more information about our Research Lifecycle, see the Office of Scholarly Communication.

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