Departments

Various support areas of the library are listed below, each contributing as a contact and support staff group for all current services and resources.

Access Services

Comprised of the Circulation, Reserves, and Interlibrary Loan departments of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, Access Services is the access point for materials within the library.

Collection Development and Technical Services

Welcome to the main page for Collection Development and Technical Services

Instructional Media Services

The primary responsibility of the Instructional Media Department is to provide services that support the teaching and research efforts of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. This includes the development and support of “state of the art” media resources, systems, networks, and equipment.

Library Administration

The Library Administration oversees the Library and all of its operations and coordinates services within the context of the Library’s and the University’s strategic vision.

Library Research and Instruction

The research and instruction librarians assist students and faculty with using the library’s print and online resources effectively and efficiently.

Special Collections and University Archives

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.

Systems and Digital Technology

The primary technology office of the USFSP Library, this area supports open use computing, technology enhanced student collaboration, the USFSP Digital Archive, and a myriad of related components to bring library services and resources to students, faculty, and staff.

USFSP Online Learning and Support Services

The USFSP Online Learning team of Instructional Designers serves as a resource for faculty members developing or renewing online and blended courses, working with instructors to transport current materials into digital format, develop new instructional materials and media, collaborate on instructional design elements, structure the course within Blackboard, and prepare for the Quality Matters review process.

Last edited on April 14, 2014