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Expand your searching skills!

Tired of getting puppy-sized search results when you really need enough resources to satisfy a great dane? check out this week’s Research Tips Thursday for tips on broadening your searches. Image by: Brent Thomas (CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0)

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Celebrate Diversity with UCF Libraries

Join UCF Libraries as we celebrate diverse voices in the Knight community. A series of events, virtual and in-person, are being offered during the month of October 2021. Register to attend with the links in the event titles.  Diversity in Comics – virtual discussion  October 12, 2:00-3:00pm  Join us as we review various forms of comics and […]

Research Computing and Data Workshops Series: Foundations of Data Management Workshops

The UCF Libraries presents a Fall 2021 Foundations of Data Management Library Workshop Series starting in September. These workshops are a part of the Research Computing and Data Workshop Series, which is being jointly presented by UCF Library, UCF Graduate and Research IT, and UCF Advanced Research Computing Center (ARCC). The UCF Libraries will hold […]

Researching Unfamiliar Topics

Big research project on the horizon? Not sure where to start?  Check out this week’s Research Tips Thursday for advice on how to quickly & efficiently research unfamiliar topics!

Take Advantage of Student Support Services!

Sometimes at a university like UCF, it can feel so big that you don’t know where to turn when you need a little extra support. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! There are tons of services freely available to UCF students. Whether you need help: refining your research question, understanding complex topics, or honing your […]

Exhibit: “Wish you were here: Creating memories of travel and tourism through postcards 1907-1915”

The Exhibit “Wish you were here: Creating memories of travel and tourism through postcards 1907-1915” displays examples of tourism related postcards from the Golden Age of Postcards, a craze when millions of penny postcards were printed, sold, and mailed. The exhibit was curated by Judy Kuhns and Stephen Ford of the Rosen Library and David […]

Featured Books

New Year, New Skills, New Ideas!

Welcome Back, Knights! Start your new year building new skills, exploring new ideas, and finding new ways to see the world around you! The UCF Libraries have pulled together a few suggestions to get you started! On our Back to School Featured Bookshelf, you will find titles that cover a range of topics including college […]

Back to the Library

It’s time to step into your 21st Century Library, Knights! UCF Libraries is very happy to officially welcome you to your modern library. With 57,000 additional square feet, there is even more space to study and collaborate with your classmates. The new phase of the 21st Century Library Project wrapped up during the pandemic so […]

UCF Libraries Graduate and Postdoctoral Researchers Orientation

Welcome all UCF graduate students and postdoctoral researchers!  You are invited to attend a UCF Libraries online orientation session to learn about essential resources and services available to you. The sessions offer a great starting point as you prepare for upcoming research projects and course assignments. Each session will provide an overview of our catalog, […]

Thumbnail for Beyond the Barrier: The X-1 Project Exhibit at the 4th floor gallery in the UCF Library from August through December of 2021

Exhibit: Beyond the Barrier: The X-1 Project

The exhibit “Beyond the Barrier: The X-1 Project” details the design and development of the X-1 program and contains numerous pilot reports and photographs. Materials in the collection document the X-1 program from start to finish and were collected and used by Louis C. Rotundo when writing his book “Into the Unknown, The X-1 Story.”  […]

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