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This Research Guide is designed to support your teaching. You can use it to book a library instruction class for your students (and be happier with the quality of their research papers) by e-mailing me to arrange a time. The link to my e-mail in the bottom left column.
Links to otherResearch Guides - which cover everything from proper citation formatting to the resources of UCF's Curriculum Materials Center - are here as well! Research Guides can be embedded in your Canvas courses, or the persistent URL to any Research Guide can be included in syllabi. These handy tools are prepared by UCF librarians and can be accessed without a log-in. You'll find the link for each Guide at the very bottom of the Guide.
In addition, Canvas classes with a research component can benefit from having a librarian embedded in the class, so please consider including me in your classes as an additional resource. Librarians are added as Teaching Assistants; contact me so we can discuss how I can support your students in this way.
Also, browse the bottom tab for New Books - All Disciplines to see what new titles are on the shelves here at Sanford/Lake Mary.
I look forward to working with each of you!
UCF Libraries Online Catalog
You can limit your search to titles located at the Sanford/Lake Mary campus for immediately available books, or you can search the university-wide catalog. When you find a title at another location you'd like to obtain, you can request delivery to the Sanford/Lake Mary campus - driving over to Orlando to pick it up isn't necessary!
UCF's Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery
In addition to coordinating delivery of books to this campus from any of the other UCF locations the Interlibrary loan/Document Deliverydepartment can also help when a needed database article is not linked to the full-text article -- that's the 'document delivery' part of this fantastic service. Click the link to learn more, and to create an account.