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Locating Materials in the USF Tampa Library
Transcript of Locating Materials in the USF Tampa Library
in the Library
Discover the physical layout
of the Tampa Library
TALK IT UP!
of the Library contains the Learning Commons, Information Technology Help Desk, Writing Center, Media Resources (including media rooms LIB125D and LIB125E),
and the Library Services Desk (Circulation, Reserves and Interlibrary Loan).
LOW TALKING / GROUP STUDY
contains instruction labs LIB201 and LIB209, Tutoring and Learning Services, and the Math Tutoring (SMART) Lab.
of the Library contains call number letters “A” through “K” of the Circulating Collection and instruction room LIB309.
of the Library contains
call number letters “L” through “N” of the circulating collection.
Also on the 4th floor is
(which includes the Grace Allen Room and USF Florida Studies Center), the Juvenile Collection, and the Classics Collection
of the Library contains the end of the Circulating Collection, call number letters “P” through “Z”.
SUPER QUIET STUDY AREA AVAILABLE
houses media such as
CDs and DVDs
, the Library Administration offices, Digital Collections and Services, and Information Technology.
SOUND LEVEL: QUIET STUDY
of the library houses
, print journals, microforms, the Federal and State Government Documents print collections, maps, and the Reference Collection as well as the technical service sections of the Library.
Look what Special Collections has to offer
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