For E-Books and Other Learning Material in the Circulating Collection:

The USF Libraries provides access to millions of course readings in the form of print books, as well as electronic resources such as e-journal articles and e-books that can be accessed online.

Patrons also have access to audio/visual materials including digital images, videos, CDs, and DVDs. In addition, the USF Libraries offers access to unique primary research materials, which include Florida history and politics, American literature, medieval manuscripts, juvenile literature, rare books, and sheet music. The USF Libraries is committed to providing a well-balanced collection that serves as a resource for the academic needs of present and future students.

Simply search by title or author to see if the material you need is available.

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For Print Textbooks on Course Reserve

The Course Reserve Collection houses textbooks, videos, audio recordings, and other relevant materials required for USF students to complete their coursework.  These items are either acquired through the efforts of the TAP project, pulled from the USF Libraries circulating collection, or on loan from instructors.

Course Reserve materials are given shortened loan periods; usually they are available to be checked out for three hour intervals, although some items can be checked out for longer. Present your student ID at the 1st floor Library Services desk at either the USF Libraries Tampa campus or St. Petersburg campus libraries to utilize the materials in the collection.

To find out if your textbooks are available on Course Reserve, click here or search below:

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