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The 21st Century Library has been designed and planned to support more than the explosive growth in enrollment. New learning and discovery technologies, collaborative and individual research and study, collections in a variety of formats with the breadth and depth to support new and expanding programs will be available to students and faculty in a welcoming, engaging and inspiring environment
- Tue, 17 Aug 2021 10:00:00 -0400
- Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:30:00 -0400
The UCF Libraries wish to welcome our international graduate students to a face-to-face library orientation on August 17, 2021, 10:00am – noon. Attendees will learn how the UCF Library System supports our international graduate students and their research. This two-hour event is designed for new and returning international graduate students. Participants will have the opportunity […]
On July13th the UCF Libraries switches to Primo, a new library system replacing the library catalog and QuickSearch. Primo is a next-generation integrated library system (ILS) that leverages cloud-based services and offers a responsive web and mobile design. Primo will improve access to materials and enhance the user experience for students, faculty, and staff. Specifically, […]
As an academic library, UCF Libraries is committed to not only teaching our community how to do their own research and providing scholarly resources but to broadening our own horizons and looking critically at our national past. After all, America is us, the people who live, work, dream, hope and endure on these shores. It is shaped by our ideals and grows as her people do into the future we want for ourselves and future generations. The American dream is not static; it is what we want it to be.
The John C. Hitt Study Rooms on the 1st and 4th floors are back for group use by UCF students, faculty and staff. If you are looking for a place to work on group projects or just a quiet place to study with friends, the group study rooms are the place to be. There are […]