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Matt DeSalvo is the UCF Libraries 2015 Employee of the Year! Matt is an End User Computing Specialist, part of the Libraries Information Technology and Digital Initiatives. Matt leads a team that helps library users at the John C. Hitt Library 3rd floor LibTech Desk. If you have checked out an iPad or other equipment, or have a question about using technology to get to library resources, Matt may have helped you. Matt received his award today, at the Libraries Annual Service Awards. Also honored: Libraries employees with 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of library service. Congratulations to everyone!
UCF Libraries “Publishing in the Academy”
Fall 2015 — Graduate Workshops
Students must register for workshops through the College of Graduate Studies website at
Literature Review Toolkit
This session will cover library research strategies to help differentiate sources and tools for conducting literature reviews and locating resources for projects. The discussion, demonstrations, and Q&A will focus on identifying subject databases, making use of review articles and citation tracking options, creating alerts to stay updated on publications, using Google Scholar options such as links to UCF databases and researcher profiles. An overview of library services for graduate students will also be provided. Please bring your laptop if you would like to set up options during the session.
Wed., 9/9 10:30-11:30 am Graduate Student Center
Tues., 10/6 12:30-1:30 pm Graduate Student Center
Wed., 10/14 2:00-3:00 pm Lib 235C
Fri., 11/6 12:30-1:30 pm Graduate Student Center
The UCF Libraries Special Collections & University Archives proudly presents Book Conservation of the William L. Bryant West Indies Collection. This exhibit surveys the process of conservation work performed on rare books of the Bryant Collection (more…)