Begin the new semester right by having a librarian come to your classroom for a 10-minute drop-in session so we can tell your students about library resources and services. We want to make sure they know how to find everything they need on campus and online. We can also schedule a longer lesson tailored around
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CF students, faculty and staff now have access to Mergent Intellect by FTSE Russell, a web-based resource of worldwide business information enabling users to generate insightful business intelligence. Included are data from 280 million private and public U.S. and international businesses, industry news, executive contacts, industry profiles, key business ratios, demographics and consumer lifestyle data,
CF will host a talk connecting travelers with nature from CF alum, hiker, award-winning author and creator of FloridaHikes.com, Sandra Friend, on Wednesday, April 10, at 12:30 and 2 p.m. in the Learning Commons of the Learning Resources Center. Tickets are not required and entry is free. Attend to win a copy of “50 Hikes in Central
More than 1,000 literary classics, 300 books on careers, 600 books from the Bloom’s literary criticism series, 100 sacred texts (including the 50 volume Sacred Books of the East), and 500 other titles in the humanities, social sciences, science, and current events from Facts on File and other publishers have just been added to the
The CF Library online catalog will be unavailable for use from Dec. 22-27 as the Florida Virtual Campus upgrades its system. Databases should remain accessible during this time. For more information, contact Teresa Faust at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 1399.
The Library’s online catalog/discovery tool has a new look and functionality. There are minor changes that will be discussed in library instruction and report on periodically. Action may be required by you if you have linked to articles, eBooks, streaming video, or databases in Canvas or other course material without using persistent links or permalinks.
Are your students researching social issues and current events? Do they require background information on their topic before searching databases for academic journal articles? If so, please check out the Oxford Research Encyclopedias database that we have trial access to through Oct. 15. Modules included in the trial include Linguistics, International Studies, Environmental Science, Climate
Come celebrate the Ocala Campus library during National Library Week April 8-14 at the Learning Resources Center, Building 3, first floor. Stop by for snacks and prizes. Check out any library material or ask a question to enter and win a $25 Visa gift card. Library Trivia contest is available for faculty and staff. To take
CF will host a talk about the integration of southern public libraries from Dr. Wayne Wiegand, retired Florida State University professor and writer, Wednesday, April 11, at 3 p.m. in the Webber Center. Tickets are not required and entry is free. Wiegand, who holds degrees from University of Wisconsin and Southern Illinois University, was honored as
Celebrate Fair Use Week Feb. 20-24 with the CF Library! Grab a snack and learn more about Fair Use and how copyright affects teaching and learning communities. Take our Copyright Quiz and enter to win a Google Play or iTunes gift card. Locations – Ocala Campus (Building 3, 1st floor), Citrus Campus (Building C2, Room
Unless noted, all workshops will be held in Building 3, Room 219, from 12:30-1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21 MLA Citation Style with Liz Minnerly Thursday, Sept. 22, 10-11 a.m., Building 3, Room 112 “Everything you wanted to know about the new MLA 8 but didn’t know to ask” with Liz Minnerly According to Amazon.com, the