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The UCF Libraries provide access to a wide range of print and online resources (books/ebooks, journals, and databases) and services. This guide is designed to help students begin locating Urban & Regional Planning resources. The primary location for print books is the Downtown Campus Library. Access to online resources is available on the Libraries web site.
The UCF Libraries provide thousands of online resources that are available to all students, faculty and staff affiliated with the University. For full access to online resources when you are off campus, be sure to use the MyAccount option located at the top right of the homepage at library.ucf.edu After accessing the MyAccount page, click the OpenAthens Login (under Off-Campus Access) to be redirected to the University’s NID log in page. Once you are logged in with your NID, you are ready to start locating online resources!