University of South Florida St. Petersburg Campus

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Library Resources

USF St. Petersburg Library Resources


see also... USF Tampa Library Research Tools

Find a Book

Locate a book held in the USF Libraries system.

Databases Search

Find the best library databases for your search.

Databases A-Z Listing

Locate a library database by name alphabetically.

E-journal Collection

Search the USF Libraries online journal collection by journal title.

Citations and Refworks

Use these tools to avoid plagiarism by learning how to properly document your sources.

Research Guides

Suggested library resources for a variety of majors and topics.

Library Modules and Tutorials

These short lessons feature interactive practice that can help you gain mastery of library research skills and the ethical use of information.

Digital Archive

The open access digital archive for the faculty, students, and staff of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg

Special Collections &
University Archive

Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) serves as the home for unique research collections and the institutional repository for the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.

Course Guides

Library research guides created specifically for USF St. Petersburg courses.

Student Computing Resources

Provides a listing of hardware, software, technology accessories, and computing areas of the library available for student use.

Digital Learning and Instructional Technology Services

The Library provides assistance for online course creation and delivery and AV support in campus classrooms.

Library Spaces

Lists the individual and collaborative spaces available within the USF St. Petersburg Library.

Instructional Technology Equipment

Description of process and guidelines for equipment used through Instructional Technology Services.

Accessibility Resources for Faculty

Incorporating accessibility into a course from the beginning will help to eliminate the need for the retroactive approach of accommodating students with disabilities who will take a course in the future. These resources for Faculty list resources and methods.

Accessibility Resources for Students

These resources for students include USF St. Petersburg campus resources, and also those found within Instructure Canvas, which received Gold Level certification for accessibility from the National Federation for the Blind.

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