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Scanning Course Materials
UCF Libraries does not currently offer scanning for instructional purposes. If you need assistance with locating instructional materials and/or electronic access to instructional materials, please contact your subject librarian for assistance . UCF Libraries offers a variety of remote resources, including online databases, ebooks, streaming videos, and journals that may be used for instructional purposes.
Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Services (ILL/DDS) is available to distance learners/remote users who need a copy of an chapter from reserve. ILL/DDS will not scan the entire book or more than 1 chapter. ILL/DDS will NOT be requesting books from other institutions via interlibrary loan if the books are found in Reserve.
The operating hours for each library have been updated on our library hours page.
- Follow UCF’s COVID guidelines: wear face coverings, practice physical distancing, and wash hands frequently.
- Library hours are reduced to accommodate staggered or remote work schedules.
- Seating is identified as “do not sit” to achieve physical distancing. Please do not remove signs or rearrange furniture.
- Procedures for lending technology and course reserves are modified to reduce contamination.
- Some services are available virtually or by appointment only.
Books by Mail Service for John C. Hitt & Curriculum Materials Center (CMC):
Students, faculty and staff who are learning/teaching remotely may request home delivery of most library materials. This service is available for books located at the John C. Hitt Library and the Curriculum Materials Center at this time. The service will be extended to other UCF libraries in the near future.
- Some items may not be available, such as technology items, or books temporarily available online through HathiTrust.
- The library may need to limit the number of requested materials depending on volume of request.
- Go to the online catalog, identify the book item and click the “ILLiad Request” button.
- Log in with your NID; you may be initially be asked to enter your address and designate Books by Mail. If not, click on Change User Information and update your profile by adding the following information:
- Your address
- Delivery Location – Mail to Home, Pickup at Main Campus, Rosen Campus Library or Downtown Campus Library
- Click “Submit Request” at the bottom of the request form.
Community Card Holders: Items from the John C. Hitt Library can be requested through this form.
- Book returns are accepted in outdoor book drops (side of Main Entrance doors, Millican Hall parking lot, and the Curriculum Material Center book drop.
- As of August 24, 2020, LibTech returns will be handled at the new LibTech desk on the second floor (What used to be the old Circulation Desk) during new library operating hours.
- Books may be mailed directly to the library at the following address:
Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery Services
University of Central Florida
John C. Hitt Library
12701 Pegasus Drive, bldg. 2
Orlando, Fl 32816
- Contact Interlibrary Loan by phone 407-823-2383 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Library loan periods and overdue fines have returned to normal operation. Items can be renewed online, over the phone, or in person. Returns may be made to any UCF Library or library bookdrop location. Library hours can be found here and bookdrops are located at either entrance of the John C. Hitt Library, in the parking lot of Millican Hall (near the blue US mailbox), or outside the CMC Library (on the side of the Education Complex facing Garage I). Technology items must be returned to their respective service desks.
If you are not able to return to campus items may be returned via mail. You are responsible for any items until they are received by UCF Libraries. If mailing technology items, items should be carefully packaged to avoid damaged and insured to ensure safe delivery.
Please contact Circulation if you have any questions by email email@example.com or phone 407-823-2580.
View our guide to see how you can access existing and temporarily expanded library resources.
Get answers to your copyright questions for online teaching or research.
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All UCF Libraries locations (John C. Hitt Library, CMC, Rosen, & Downtown) currently have in person hours at each facility. These hours differ from standard semester hours and the specifics for each library can be found with the “view hours” link below.
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