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Personalized service. A beautiful facility. Over 1 million electronic resources.

Personalized service. Beautiful views. Over 1 million electronic resources.
The Nelson Poynter Memorial Library is the cornerstone of the academic experience at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Committed to anticipating the needs of our community, our dedicated faculty and staff strive to be the gateway to the world’s information. We work hand-in-hand with students and faculty in their journey to find, evaluate, utilize, create, and preserve the knowledge they need to be successful.

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Recent News & Events

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Spring Library Workshops

If the Library Doesn’t Have it, How do I get it?
InterLibrary Loan & UBorrow
25 minutes. Wednesday 2/25 1:00pm and 4:00pm
Citations and the Bibliography Write Themselves
Refworks: 25 minutes Thursday 2/26 1:00pm and 4:00pm
Article Metrics Track Themselves: Scholarly Profiles 25 minutes Friday, 2/27, 1:00pm
POY 218

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Bull Bucks Printing3 printers available
12 cents per page black & white printing
22 cents per page for color printing
Coin and Cash Printing
20 cents per page for black & white printing
Wireless Printing is also available, but only through Bulls Bucks.

Developments for the Online Student Portal
In early 2014, Dr. Casey Frechette was asked to undertake a study that would lead to the development of a robust, interactive web presence for USFSP’s online students, consulting with all invested parties on campus and beyond. Here is a link to the full report.

Sunday March 1 Closed
Monday March 2 – Thursday March 5
Open 8am Close 7pm
Friday March 6
Open 8am Close 5pm
Saturday, March 7 Closed

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Oline Learning and Instructional Technology

Pilot Study Released. A pilot study was undertaken by the Library’s Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services department and a report was prepared by Karla Kmetz M.Ed., Chair, Distance Learning Accessibility Sub-Committee, in August 2013, and was shared with the Distance Learning Steering Committee in 2014. Here is a link to the full report.

Professional Development Opportunities Available
For information, please contact:
Mr. Otis Wilder

Phone: 727 873-4405