Often asked: How To Find Books In The Smathers Library?

What is the best resource to find all of the books and eBooks available from UF libraries?

Starting July 13, the best way to search for books and eBooks will be to use our new Primo search tool. This tool searches across many of our resources including our complete library catalog.

Is the UF library open to the public?

We welcome visitors, guests and researchers, and all campus libraries are open to the public during the defined hours. Our collections support the research needs of undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty in over 170 academic programs.

What is the name of the Main library at uf?

When the library now known as Library West first opened in 1967 it was named the Graduate Research Library and was only accessible to graduate students and faculty. That same year, the Main Library (now Smathers Library ) was named the College Library and designated for undergraduate use.

How many libraries does uf have?

The libraries of the University of Florida consist of nine libraries. Seven are in the system known as the George A. Smathers Libraries of the University of Florida and two (Health Sciences and Legal Information) are attached to their respective administrative units.

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How much does it cost each year to go to UF?

For the academic year 2020-2021, the undergraduate tuition & fees at University of Florida is $6,381 for Florida residents and $28,659 for out-of-state students. The undergraduate 2021-2022 estimated tuition & fees for UF is $6,381 for Florida residents and $28,659 for out-of-state students.

What time does UCF library close?

Monday-Thursday 8:00a. m. –10:00p. m. Friday 8:00am –5:00p.

What is the name of the Google like search box where you can search for academic journal articles on the library website?

Google Scholar @ UF Libraries.

How do I access course reserves UF?

If assistance or immediate clearance is needed, contact the HSC Library at (352) 273-8408 and ask for a Course Reserves staff member. Please note: It is strongly recommended that you use the UF VPN Client for accessing course reserves materials from an off-campus network.

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