News & Events

All News and Events at Nelson Poynter Memorial Library!

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The Soaring Cost of Textbooks – What’s the Answer?

From the Dean’s Blog: The Soaring Cost of Textbooks – What’s the Answer?

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Happening at the Library

Canvas Open Labs all week
Make Your Own Bookmark August 28 and 29
USFSP Digital Archive Features St. Petersburg Arts Alliance
From the Dean’s Blog: Welcome!

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Online Learning and Instructional Technology Professional Development

Canvas Open Labs all week!
Monday, August 18, 1pm-4pm
Tuesday, August 19, 1pm-4pm
Wednesday, August 20, 9am-12pm
Thursday, August 21, 9am-12pm
Friday, August 22, 9am-4pm

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From the Dean’s Blog: Resetting NetIDs

From the Dean’s Blog: Resetting NetIDs
Any students who need help resetting their NetIDs following a failure to answer their challenge questions directly must either call USFSP’s Campus Computing (3-help) or the Tampa IT helpdesk at 974-9000. Any questions about this should be directed to Berrie Watson

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At Poynter Corner Friday, July 18 — Da Vinci Symposium

Da Vinci Symposium
Friday, July 18 1:00pm

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World Cup @ the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library

World Cup @ the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library Watch the World Cup Live on the Library’s new 80″ LED monitor.

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New Milestone at the USFSP Digital Archive

Featured recent additions at the USFSP Digital Archive:
USFSP Vision 20/20 : an Update : June 2, 2014.[video]

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Congratulations to Tina Neville and Deborah Henry!

Tina and Deb have just had a new article published in the Journal of Academic Librarianship. The article is entitled “Evaluating Scholarly Book Publishers—A Case Study in the Field of Journalism” and is available online at
http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S0099133314000718

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The Latest at the USFSP Digital Archive

How to Search the USFSP Digital Archive
Captivate Your Audience with Prezi[pdf]
See what USFSP students think about their online courses.
In Pursuit of Politics: Education and Revolution in Eighteenth Century France.

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This Week at the Library: May 27

Online Learning Services Professional Development:
Create Videos using MyStudio Booth
Poll Everywhere
Exhibit: John C. Briggs Collection of Ichthyology and Natural History.
Display: Children’s Books and Movies to celebrate Asian American Heritage Month
New Library Collection: Faculty Research Lightning Talks

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In Pursuit of Politics: Education and Revolution in Eighteenth Century France

Video created as part of a Faculty Research Lightning Talk, Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, April 17, 2014. 6 minutes 29 seconds in duration.

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2014 USFSP Honors Program Thesis

Check out this year’s crop of Honors Program Theses in the archive:
Browse the archive

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My Studio Booth

My Studio Booth! Located outside the ID card office. Stop by today for a quick demo.

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New Library Collection!

In April 2013, as part of the University’s Research Month, the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library hosted a series of “Lightning Talks” for faculty to speak for 5 minutes about their research. This effort continued again in 2014 and has become a regular series.
Faculty Research Lightning Talks

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest! Yum! You bring the cookies. We’ll bring the milk (& other drinks). Thursday, May 15 2pm at the Library!

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This Week at the Library: Week of May 11

Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest!Yum! Thursday, May 15, 2pm
MY STUDIO BOOTH!
Canvas Introduction Tuesday May 13, 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM POY 218
Canvas Open Lab Monday through Thursday POY 234
The Next Generation of Accessible Materials: Born Accessible
Thursday May 15, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM EDT POY 218
Exhibit: John C. Briggs Collection of Ichthyology and Natural History
Exhibit: Suncoast Center Inc. Survivors Speak
Display: Children’s Books and Movies to celebrate Asian American Heritage Month

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Up Next: Online Learning and Instructional Technology Professional Development

Canvas Open Lab Thursday May 15, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM POY 234
The Next Generation of Accessible Materials: Born Accessible
Thursday May 15, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM EDT POY 218
Announcing MY STUDIO BOOTH

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Summer Break Hours for the Library

Semester Break Hours
Date Open Close
Saturday May 3 Closed Closed
Sunday May 4 Closed Closed
Monday May 5 8:00am 5:00pm
Tuesday May 6 8:00am 5:00pm
Wednesday May 7 8:00am 5:00pm
Thursday May 8 8:00am 5:00pm
Friday May 9 8:00am 5:00pm
Saturday May 10 Closed Closed
Sunday May 11 Closed Closed

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Research and Creativity at USFSP

A Presentation to Members of Research, Innovation, Engagement and Job Creation USF Board of Trustees April 24, 2014 by Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska.
USFSP Digital Archive record of the speech[pdf]

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USFSP Digital Archive featuring new student submission: Canton Rewind

CantonRewind.com will be the digital meeting place of nostalgia and news, of personal and universal, for the local area. See the full record for more information.

Library News & Events

NEWS and EVENTS
For questions, contact:
Kaya van Beynen
Phone: (727) 873-4626
Fax: (727) 873-4196
kayatown@mail.usf.edu