Library Resources
Use library resources to make educational resources more affordable and accessible

The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University offer many tools and resources for  faculty, staff and students. Here is a list of (and links to) some of the resources we offer. If there are questions, feel free to Ask a Librarian.

Other Tools and Resources:

  • Accessibility Room/Library ADA resources: Information on a number of special services to ensure access to library collections and services for individuals with physical disabilities.
  • Copyright Assistance: Extensive information on copyright and fair use as it pertains to instruction, author’s rights and much more.
  • Library Instruction/Workshops: Schedules and registration for library orientation workshops, and contact information for instruction coordinators.
  • One Button Studio: One Button Studio (OBS) bundles all the attractions of a professional recording studio – cutting-edge camera equipment, lighting, audio, and green screen option – in a single setup that UF students can use to quickly and easily record videos.
  • EndNote: Tool to help you create your own personal database by importing references from online databases.
  • Research Data Management: A guide on resources available at the University of Florida and beyond on research data management. It includes information about tools for data management planning, data and file sharing, metadata and data standards, and data storage.


making education more affordable and accessible

Getting to Know Your Libraries' Resources

With offerings ranging from a professional recording studio to commonly used textbooks, the UF library system has a variety of resources to aid students and faculty.

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