A Research Consultation is a one-on-one appointment with a librarian for extensive, in-depth research assistance.; If you need more help than can be provided at the Research and Information Services Desk or from the Ask A Librarian service, you may sign up for a Research Consultation appointment.
To sign up, choose one of the options below:
Through Interlibrary Loan (ILL), the UCF Libraries will borrow materials that it doesn’t own from other libraries. If you need a book or article that cannot be found in our library, you can borrow it through ILL.
Graduate Students are also eligible for Document Delivery Services, in which the UCF library pulls books and scans articles that are owned by the library. These services include the following:
UCF Students can use $1.00 Weekly Print Funds from Student Government followed by Knight Cash account via UCF Card & NID. Knight Cash can be loaded via kiosks or knightcash.ucf.edu .
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Location: John C. Hitt Library (2nd Floor - Fountain Entrance)
The LibTech area provides a variety of technology related services to library patrons. Explore what LibTech can offer you:
LibTech offers a wide variety of tech equipment and accessories to complement your academic studies.
View the current listing of available items.
LibTech offers the convince of tech support within the John C. Hitt library. View the Technology Help page for additional details.
The UCF Library houses a number of Study Rooms on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Floors. These rooms help provide workspace for all students, while also maintaining an atmosphere conducive to quiet study. Since there are a limited number of Study Rooms available to checkout, a four hour time limit is enforced.
Rooms can be reserved up to 7 days in advanced. To reserve a room, click on Study Rooms Reservation.